Green Light Given for €250 Million Entertainment Hub in Athens

VORIA by Regency main view

The Environment and Energy Ministry has approved the environmental impact study for a new entertainment and hospitality hub in Maroussi, northern Athens, according to a decision published on Monday.

The ministry said Project Voria is a 250 million-euro investment by North Star Entertainment and is the first strategic investment to be implemented in Athens’ northern suburbs in many years.
The project entails the construction of a complex featuring a five-star luxury hotel, event and conference venues, a variety of dining and entertainment options, as well as a casino.
The ministry’s approval allows the licensing process for Project Voria to enter the final stage of securing building permits before the start of construction.

In 2021, a casino project was halted, which involved relocating the Parnitha casino to a property called the "Dilaveri estate" in Marousi. The property is owned by the Laskaridis family, who also own Hotel Grande Bretagne, King George, and Athens Capital-MGallery. The Parnitha casino is presently the only casino situated in Athens.

North Star Entertainment owns the Regency Casino Mont Parnes, also known as the Parnitha casino.

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