Layout plan for $36 million Fish Market finalized in Vladivostok
In Vladivostok the authorities have approved the layout plan for the territory of the city’s Fish Market, according to the Agency for Fisheries of the Primorsky territory, reports Megafishnet.com.
Engineering surveys have also been completed and a draft of protected zones of cultural heritage objects has been prepared.
FAR LINE DV LLC, a resident of the Free port of Vladivostok, plans to complete the construction of the facility in 2024.
The first fish market in the Russian Far East will accommodate areas for the storage of live fish and seafood, the area for market trading, auction sites, and cafes. Investments into the project will amount to RUR 2.7 billion (ca. $36 million).
Earlier it was reported that the co-investors of the project are the South Korean holding Hanaro Holdings (specializing in the organization of auction fish trade) and the Japanese Kiyomura Corporation.
The initiator of the project is Aquatechnology LLC (Vladivostok), which owns its own vessels and a processing plant for catching and processing wild fish and marine culture products.
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