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In the area of ​​Severnoye Izmailovo, the settlement of the house, built for the participants of the renovation program, has begun. 103 families will be the first to move into the new building on Konstantin Fedin Street (house 13), said the head of the capital Department of Urban Development Policy Sergey Levkin.

“Residents of the five-story building on 11th Parkovaya Street (building 53) received notifications of the beginning of resettlement in a new building on Konstantin Fedin Street (building 13). In total, the house, built for the participants of the renovation program, is planned to provide housing for almost 900 families. The resettlement will take place in several stages until the end of this year, ”he said.

Residents receive notifications of relocation by mail in their personal account on through the service “Assistance when moving in the framework of the renovation program”.

The house on Konstantin Fedin Street was built on the site of the dismantled five-story buildings. There are 1,090 apartments in a two-section building with variable number of storeys with improved finishing. Entrance groups are arranged on the ground floor.

“The information center is located in a one-storey detached building between the buildings. In the courtyard of the residential building there is a playground with a safe rubber coating and seating areas. The paving of sidewalks and footpaths has been completed. This is the fifth new building to be populated under the renovation program in the Eastern Administrative District, ”added Sergei Levkin.

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The housing renovation program was approved on August 1, 2017. It includes 5174 houses, which means that about one million Muscovites will be able to improve their living conditions.

In the Severnoye Izmailovo district, 179 houses were included in the renovation program, including five nine-story buildings that are uncomfortable for living. To ensure wave resettlement, 16 launch sites were selected.

Along with residential buildings in the district, it is planned to build new social infrastructure facilities: 13 schools and kindergartens, two art schools, a polyclinic, two sports and recreation centers, a social service center, a charitable foundation building, as well as administrative, business, retail and household and housing – communal facilities.

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