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Baneasa mall bets on film and leisure boost

BUCHAREST-OTOPENI DN1 Romanian company Baneasa Developments, the owner of Baneasa Shopping City mall in northern Bucharest, will pour 22 million Euro in the expansion of the Baneasa commercial area

May 2010 - From the Print Edition

The 25,000 sqm expansion will include a multiplex cinema with 13 screens and 2,700 seats, an entertainment centre with bowling, pool, video games and a petrol station.
The entertainment centre will cover 4,000 sqm will require one million Euro in investments. This is set for an opening in Spring 2011 and will be located above the food court of Baneasa Shopping City.
The Baneasa project located in north Bucharest stretches over one million sqm and also includes a residential area and a business park.

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