HISTORYin the making
Limassol’s Municipal Market is built by Greek prominent architect, Zacharias Vondas.
The market opens its gate with 70 outlets, 8 outbuildings and a coffee shop on the square.
Agora has become the permanent place for fishermen and farmers to display and sell their goods.
Buyers would frequent the Agora to buy meat, fish, fruits and vegetables for retail and household use.
Expansion to include housing begins.
Expansion is completed leaving Agora in its current form.
As a wave of modernity takes over the city and a period of decline begins for the Municipal Market.
As the old town evolves and the city expands, the Limassol Municipal market dwarfs into a small fish and meat market.
The Municipality gives the green light for the renovation of the city’s historic landmark.
The Prosperity Group is appointed to deliver this project based on its renowned history in renovations.
Agora is hailed to become the city’s one true market and community centre when it officially opens its doors at the end of the year.