According to the bank website, the objective of this project is the urban regeneration of the city of Patras with the rehabilitation of the former Ladopoulos paper factory into a building complex to host the West of Greece Regional Authority and the Decentralized Regional Authority departments, the West Regional Authority offices, the Municipality of Patras offices, a nursery public school, the Patras Music School, the Technology Innovation and Technology Centre and other supportive infrastructure such as cafes and restaurants.
The site is owned by the Municipality of Patras.
Investment type not available at the time of the snapshot.
No contact information provided at the time of disclosure.
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