New Market with 52 Shops to be Built in Dubec

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Project worth 6 and a half million kunas will include 52 new shops that will primarily sell textile products.

At the meadow next to the Dubec terminal, covering six thousand square squares, a total of 52 shops will be built starting at the beginning of next year, reports on September 24, 2017.

For the project, as Večernji List writes, a total of six and a half million kunas will be allocated, and apart from the sales area itself, it will consist of a small square, a polyvalent area intended for concerts and other events, children’s playgrounds and terraces for catering facilities. The concept of the newest city market will be somewhat open, state the local authorities, describing it as a “self-standing canopy at the foot of which will be located a one-storey catering facility”. The centre of the market will be tiled (so that it could be used for other future purposes of the area) and it will feature a horticultural space.


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The city is looking for contractors to build the market, which will primarily feature shops selling textile products. “The market will also be equipped with basic urban elements,” states the tender. Part of the shop-owners that will open up their shops at the new Dubec market still work at Borongaj market for the time being. Their move to the east of the city was voted by the City Assembly in July last year, while the area of Borongaj, where the market is currently situated, plans to be repurposed and rearranged in order to facilitate access to the Maksimir Park for the citizens of Zagreb.

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