According to the Bank's website, this project provides financing to Porto Franco, an urban regeneration project. This entails the development and operation of an integrated retail, office and hotel project over 150,000 sqm.
The Project will be developed on the site of a former military shipyard situated between the Historic Centre (Old Town) of Tallinn (a UNESCO World Heritage site) and the Old City Harbour (Port of Tallinn) in Estonia.
Porto Franco OU is a special purpose vehicle that was established for this project.
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