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These territories will face complex development. A well-developed infrastructure for public production and social purposes will appear here.
On the site of the former industrial zones Sokolinaya Gora and Altufevskoe Highway, public and industrial infrastructure, residential buildings and social facilities will appear.
The decision to establish the boundaries of the integrated development of the territory (CRT) was made at the next meeting of the City Planning and Land Commission of the city of Moscow, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.
“On the territory of the former industrial zone Sokolinaya Gora, it is planned to redevelop two sites at once, two more are located on the site of the former industrial zone Altufevskoe Shosse. In total, these territories occupy over 70.7 hectares. Public industrial buildings, social and residential infrastructure facilities will appear on these sites. The total area of new buildings will be over one million square meters, and the implementation of projects will provide the city with more than 22 thousand new jobs, ”said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow.
In 2020, the city approved the implementation of 19 projects for the integrated development of territories, including the industrial zones Krasny Stroitel, Berezhkovskaya Naberezhnaya, Kapotnya, Vykhino, Knitazhnaya, Perovo, Teply Stan, Nikulinskaya, Kuntsevo, Sviblovo, Korovino (project two), Verkhniye Kotly.
“The total area of the plots being reorganized on the territory of the Sokolinaya Gora industrial zone is 49.8 hectares. The building area of these plots is more than 675 thousand square meters. Including the residential part and the adjacent non-residential buildings will have about 249 thousand square meters. Objects with a total area of 358.5 thousand square meters will appear on the territory of the former industrial zone Altufevskoe Shosse. Almost 263 thousand square meters here will fall on non-residential buildings, including social infrastructure, as well as public production facilities, and almost 96 thousand square meters – for residential buildings, ”said the head Department of Investment and Industrial Policy of the City of Moscow Alexander Prokhorov.
Earlier it was decided to reorganize another section of the former industrial zone Altufevskoe Shosse. The total expected private investment in this project will amount to 45 billion rubles. As a result, on an area of 29.17 hectares, housing will appear for more than five thousand people, as well as public and business and scientific and industrial facilities. This will allow the city to create 8.2 thousand jobs, and the annual expected budgetary effect from the project will amount to 2.7 billion rubles.
The former industrial zone Altufevskoe Shosse is being reorganized in the north-east of Moscow
Comprehensive development of territories makes it possible to bring unused, virtually abandoned urban areas into circulation. The first MCT agreement was signed this summer. The investor will invest 14 billion rubles and build facilities with a total area of almost 174 thousand square meters in the Oktyabrskoye Pole industrial zone and create more than 500 new jobs. The total area for construction is almost six hectares and, in addition to new housing, there will be two kindergartens, a school, a clinic and a technopark. The estimated budgetary effect from the project will be about 1.8 billion rubles. Its implementation period is designed for six years, but the investor plans to complete the construction by 2024.
In early November, Moscow hosted the country’s first auction for the right to conclude an MCT agreement, within the framework of which the Korovino industrial zone in the north of the capital will be reorganized.
In total, the implementation of such projects will allow the city to get about 500 thousand jobs and almost three trillion of budget revenues, and the total investment in the implementation of projects will be about seven trillion rubles.
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