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The Agora in Limassol, Cyprus an 100 Years Old Food Market Returns as a Multifunctional Space
For many of us, the food court is the first place to visit in a mall. In response The Properity Group brings a unique two million Euro project, the new Limassol Agora food market, coming to Limassol city in Cyprus by end of 2019.
The impressive 100 years old historic building of Limassol City will be reborn again and will bring history back to life.
The Prosperity Group in collaboration with well-known international consultants and experience in high profile projects in Holland, Germany and Israel will take full design and operation of the Limassol Market.
The indoor Market will offer various commercial small-to mid-sized retail spaces for vendors. There will be side-by-side shops selling fresh vegetables and fruits, meat and fish, plus regional specialties (delights, baked goods, confections, cheese, charcuterie, wine, beer, fruit, veggies, spices and anything a market-goer’s heart desires) along with a staggering variety of dining options, from a nice fancy rooftop lounge bar, to casual street food from all over the world.
The market will include also, office spaces for new start-up businesses and meeting rooms, as well as modern reading rooms in the form of Wi-Fi stations. The Agora will also offer an area where exhibitions can be hosted, a multifunctional lecture room, as well as large display screens..
Joanna Kyriacou, Sales & Marketing Executive mentioned that “Cyprus now has its own indoor food Market where we all can visit to shop, eat and get entertained at the same time. This is a first-time design concept and we couldn’t be more excited to a project of this magnitude to our island.”
Moreover, “visitors will experience the new fascinating quick-service restaurants along with the food retail stores, entertainment areas, exhibitions, playground and other festivities that will take place within market. We are very proud to work on such a very sensitive project that brings memories to old and challenges to the new generation.”
According to Kyriakou, “the emotional excitement of the older generation was moving, something that really touched my heart!”
For more info, their phone number is 700 700 70 and their website limassolagora.com