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Greek Firm GEK TERNA Sole Shareholder in Ellinikon Casino Project

Greek company GEK TERNA now stands alone in the development of the integrated casino complex at Ellinikon after US-based investors MGE decided to withdraw from the process.

Plans for Greece’s First ‘Green’ Skyscraper Presented

Plans for Greece’s first ‘green’ skyscraper, to go up along the Athenian Riviera as part of The Ellinikon project, were recently presented by Lamda Development.

Hellinikon Project: Demand on the Rise for Homes on Athenian Riviera

A total of 9,000 homes with going rates as high as 25,000 euros/m2 will be constructed at Hellinikon along the Athenian Riviera, according to the head of Lamda Development that is undertaking the project.

Mega Athenian Riviera Hellinikon Project Clears Last Hurdle

Hellinikon, a highly anticipated, controversial and delayed project in Greece, set to breathe new life into the Athenian Riviera, is ready to begin.

Greece to Move Forward with Athenian Riviera Regeneration Project

The Greek government has revealed its plan for the regeneration of the 70km coastal zone extending from Faliro to Sounio on the Athenian Riviera.

Recovery Fund to Drive Greek Tourism into New Era

Greece’s tourism sector stands to gain significantly once its recovery plan is passed in Brussels, and funding is released and channeled into a number of landmark projects.

Greece’s Hellinikon Project, Casino Get Clearer Timeline

Works at Hellinikon, one of the largest investments on the Athenian Riviera in Greece, are set to begin in the coming months.

Parliament Approval Next Key Step for Greece’s Hellinikon Project

Τhe Hellinikon investment in Athens is moving closer to implementation after the Greek parliament ratified the contract transferring partial ownership of the area to Lamda Development.

Greek Tourism to Enter New Era with 11 Key Projects

Eleven major investments in cruise, marina, and airport infrastructure are expected to take Greek tourism to the next level after Covid-19.

FinMin Expects €8bn in Greek Tourism Revenue This Year

Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras is expecting Greece's tourism revenue to double this year predicting it will reach 8 billion euros compared to 4 billion in 2020.

Hellinikon Metropolitan Park Gets Green Light

Greece’s Central Council of Architecture has approved a landscaping study for the creation of a Metropolitan Park in the area of Hellinikon on the Athenian Riviera.

Hellinikon’s ‘INSPIRE Athens’ Project to Boost Int’l Tourism in Attica by 10%

INSPIRE Athens, Greece’s first integrated resort and casino to go up in Hellinikon, is expected to increase international tourism arrivals to Attica by 10%.

Hellinikon MoU Secures Greek Antiquities, Moves Project Forward

The Greek Culture Ministry and Lamda Development agreed to protect all antiquities at Hellinikon while ensuring works proceed according to schedule.

Two Luxury Hotels Announced for Hellinikon Project by Lamda and TEMES

Lamda Development and TEMES have entered a strategic agreement to develop two state-of-the-art luxury hotels as part of the Hellinikon project in Greece.

Mohegan’s Casino Project in Greece to Take 3 Years After Permit Issue

The first integrated resort and casino to be constructed in Greece, at the former Athens airport in Hellinikon, is expected to take three years to complete.

MGE – GEK TERNA Preferred Bidder for Hellinikon Casino Project in Greece

Greece’s gaming commission named Mohegan Gaming as the preferred bidder for the development of the country’s first integrated resort and casino in Hellinikon.

Microsoft Deal Paves Way for Major Investments in Greece

Greece is proceeding with major investments in the areas of tourism, energy and technology, with the recently announced Microsoft deal leading the way.

Minister: Greece Still Winning Investors’ Vote of Confidence

Greece is still winning over investors, despite the Covid-19 crisis, as landmark projects like Hellinikon enter materialization phase, according to Investments Minister Adonis Georgiadis.

Works at Hellinikon Kick Off as ‘Symbol of Growth & New Jobs’

Works on one of the largest projects in Greece, the Hellinikon mega complex, kicked off on Friday after years of delays.

Hellinikon Project One Step Closer to Materialization

The Hellinikon project, to go up at Athens’ former airport, is moving one step closer to becoming a reality after Greece’s Central Archaeological Council approved the demolition of 900 buildings on the premises.