Veranda Mall recorded 150,000 visitors in first opening weekend

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Veranda, the newest commercial center from Bucharest, Obor area, has attracted over 150,000 visitors in the opening weekend. The mall was opened on October 27,following an investment of EUR 60 million. „We dedicated very much to the delivery of a modern and complementary to the area. Over 150,000 visitors have already exceeded the expected target,” […]

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