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The three-story building will house four cinemas, each of which is designed for 56 spectators.

The reconstruction of the Vysota cinema has been completed in Kuzminki. The renovated building has been turned into a modern leisure space with a total area of ​​more than nine thousand square meters. The head told about it Department of urban planning policy of the city of Moscow Sergey Levkin…

“The three-story building will house four cinemas, each of which is designed for 56 spectators and provides places for people with limited mobility. An entertainment center is equipped for children with the possibility of organizing master classes and creative workshops, adults will be able to attend lectures, quizzes and other events, including within the framework of the Moscow Longevity program, ”he said.

Visitors to the center will be able to visit a supermarket, shops, kiosks with goods of daily demand. Catering establishments will also start working.

Modern cinema complex and cafe: what will be “Vysota”

According to Sergei Levkin, the investor has been working since the summer of 2018 as part of a large-scale program for the reconstruction of Soviet cinemas.


A total of 39 Soviet cinemas were included in the reconstruction program. Since the beginning of the year, the renovated buildings of cinemas “Elbrus” in Tsaritsyn, “Budapest” in Bibirev, “Neva” in Levoberezhnoye and “Rassvet” in Koptev, have been opened, reconstructed into multifunctional centers within walking distance. The Angara cinema on Chongarsky Boulevard also reopened last year.

This year, four buildings of former cinemas have already opened, rebuilt into multifunctional centers Reconstruction of the Elbrus cinema completed in Tsaritsyn Reconstruction of the cinema “Budapest” completed in Bibirev Post-constructivism monument: how the Rodina cinema will be restored

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