Government heads of Slovenia and Hungary were presented the scale model of the largest Greenfield investment project in Slovenia by Trigránit and Emonika during the visit of Slovenian Republic’s Prime Minister Borut Pahor, who came on the invitation of his Hungarian counterpart Gordon Bajnai.
On this occasion trade development organizations of both countries, ITDH and JAPTI organized business forum and meeting which was addressed by the two PMs. In his address the Hungarian PM underlined: Emonika was a project significant from the point of view of bilateral relations. During the forum the Slovenian – Hungarian Business Council, co chaired by Peter Lörincze, Vice President for International Affairs of TriGránit also had a session and approved its work plan.
Emonika City Center will be developed in the heart of Ljubljana in the direct vicinity of train station in a Public Private Partnership; Joint Venture Agreement between TriGránit Development Corporation and Slovenian Railways. On completion the new, almost 200,000 square meters city centre will consist of a shopping and entertainment center with 60,000 square meters, a landmark business tower offering 23,000 square meters, a residential tower with 90 luxury apartments, an upscale hotel, a bus and underground railway station. Once Emonika is ready, the railway tracks will no longer divide the city and citizens will take possession of a new city center with the dynamic character of Ljubljana that combines residential, working, shopping and entertainment functions. The construction works will begin this autumn. The total investment is evaluated to €350 million.
TriGránit is one of the largest fully integrated real estate investment, development and management companies in Europe. It has operations in 8 countries in Central and Eastern Europe, a large portfolio of completed trophy assets, and a pipeline of major mixed-use developments for the coming years.