MIL-OSI Russia: By the end of the year, 23 new buildings will be transferred for settlement under the renovation program

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October 18, 2021 11:31 am

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15 thousand Muscovites who live in 68 old houses will be able to move into new apartments.

In the fourth quarter of 2021, they plan to transfer 23 residential buildings built under the renovation program… They are located in nine administrative districts of the capital, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development Policy and Construction. Andrey Bochkarev…

“During this time, new housing will be provided to about 15 thousand Muscovites who now live in 68 old houses,” he said.

According to Andrey Bochkarev, just this year, new apartments will be able to start move 36 thousand Muscovites. This is significantly more than previously planned.

“In October, it is planned to start settling four houses in the districts of Golovinsky (CAO), Zyuzino (South-Western Administrative District), Vernadsky Prospect (ZAO) and Troitsk (TyNAO). Also, inspection orders for six new buildings in November will be received by program participants in the districts of Golyanovo (VAO), Ryazansky, Lyublino (SEAD) and Khoroshevo-Mnevniki (SZAO), “said the head

Department of urban planning policy of Moscow Sergey Levkin…

Another 13 houses, into which new residents will soon move in, are located in eight districts and 10 districts of the city: Beskudnikovsky (CAO), Losinoostrovsky, Maryina Roshcha (SVAO), Severnoye Izmailovo (VAO), Kuzminki (YuVAO), Tsaritsyno (YuAO), Zyuzino , Konkovo ​​(South-Western Administrative District), Filevsky Park (JSC) and Severnoye Tushino (SZAO).

The renovation program was approved in the capital in 2017. It includes 5176 houses in which about a million Muscovites live. To date, 155 houses have been commissioned – this is two million square meters real estate. Another 300 buildings with an area of ​​5.4 million square meters are under design and construction.

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