Porto Montenegro announced it is going to invest over 500 million Euros in further development and new projects on site over the next 10 years. ‘We are currently only building on 30 percent of a vast 24 hectares that once belonged to the Arsenal, a former Yugoslav naval base,’ said Danilo Kaležić, Senior PR and Marketing Manager at Porto Montenegro.
‘To date we have invested €500 million and I believe that in the next 10 years, we’ll invest additional €500 million to develop half of the remaining land. This is difficult to predict because the site study is still being adopted but we’re on the right track.’
Porto Montenegro continues to develop in all directions. The village has transformed from a summer destination to a year-round destination village and regional lifestyle-centric, multi-faceted business hub.
Alongside continued upgrades to the state-of-the-art Porto Montenegro Yacht Club, the village also takes on a new business dimension, offering co-working spaces and new office hubs. Among the additions will be the Ambulanta Club which will add a collection of new office facilities nearby the Arena and BlueRoom venues, bringing an exciting new dimension to competitive office rentals with laser clay shooting, archery and other gaming facilities in the vicinity.
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