SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), February 3 (SeeNews) - Bosnian retailer Belamionix plans to open a shopping mall, hotel, filling station, and warehouse in Sarajevo next year - a project worth a total of 21 million marka ($11.9 million/10.7 million euro), local media reported.
The shopping mall will have three floors and spread over 30,000 square metres on a plot of land in Sarajevo that Brcko-based Belamionix has purchased, news portal Biznisinfo.ba reported on Saturday.
The land was owned by construction company GP Bosna, which is in bankruptcy proceedings.
Belamionix employs some 1,000 people, operating 17 supermarkets, 12 filling stations, and 6 car washes, according to company data.
Brcko is a city and administrative seat of the Brcko District, a self-governing administrative unit in northeastern Bosnia.
(1 euro = 195583 marka)