According to EBRD website, the project will support the financing of the first phase of the Hellinikon Development, which is aiming to regenerate the former Hellinikon Airport area located on the Athens coastal front, into a sustainable and fully integrated commercial, residential and tourist infrastructure.
LAMDA Development S.A., a holding company listed in the Main Market of the Athens Exchange. The company focuses in the development, investment and management of real estate. The company's development portfolio includes shopping malls, office buildings, residential complexes and a marina
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