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In total, it is planned to build 562 thousand square meters of real estate, including more than 450 thousand square meters of housing.
Residential buildings, schools and administrative buildings will be built on the site of the former industrial zone “Western Port”. The territory planning project was approved by Sergei Sobyanin.
According to the document, it is planned to build more than half a million square meters of real estate on the site of the former industrial zone bounded by Bagrationovskiy proezd, Barclay Street and Promyshlenniy proezd.
Head of the capital Department of Urban Development Policy Sergey Levkinclarified that the total area of the site is 23.19 hectares.
“In total, it is planned to build 562 thousand square meters of real estate here, of which housing will amount to more than 450 thousand square meters. In addition to two high-rise residential complexes, a multifunctional public center will appear here, as well as two buildings of an educational organization for 375 places (school – 250, preschool institution – 125) and 350 places (school – 225, preschool institution – 225) places, respectively, and administrative buildings. In addition, built-in premises for preschool groups for 180 pupils will be located in a separate public-residential complex, ”said Sergei Levkin.
The timing of the project has not yet been determined.
The reorganization of old abandoned industrial zones is one of the important strategic projects for Moscow. Until recently, they occupied a huge territory – 18.8 thousand hectares, only one fifth of the industrial zones housed operating enterprises. Today, more than 40 percent of new real estate is being built within the boundaries of former industrial and industrial areas. An integrated approach to the involvement of these sites in an active city life makes it possible to form a new comfortable landscape for the capital.
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