A group of international businessmen are about to transform the Port of HaminaKotka into a shopping paradise for passengers cruising the Baltic Sea. The Kotka Old Port – a seemingly disproportionate commercial complex for a town of 55,000 residents – would feature a shopping centre, hotels, restaurants and cinemas. If realised in its entirety, the multi-phase development project is estimated to cost nearly 400 million euros.
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Kotka interested in gigantic outlet paradise
The shopping centre would be unique in Finland in housing over 200 shops offering last season's fashion at reduced prices.