The high-rise building of the Moscow Park business centre is situated close to the Presidential Palace, the Supreme Court, the Senate, and the Mazhilis Parliament building, and it stands next to the majestic Baiterek monument.
The Montferrand apartment complex got its name thanks to its proximity to one of the most well-known symbols of Saint Petersburg – St. Isaac’s Cathedral, designed by the architect Auguste de Montferrand.
The main goal when creating Museum Park was to integrate the area around the Polytechnic Museum into the urban space while taking into account the needs of the museum and its visitors, heavy traffic and pedestrian flows, and the municipal authorities’ requirements regarding the city’s streets and squares.
Northeastern Administrative District | Ostankinsky
The reconstruction of an object of cultural heritage – the restored pavilion/pedestal echoes the proportions of the original structure created in 1937 by Vera Mukhina and Boris Iofan for the World Exhibition in Paris.
The Lomonosov building is of varying heights and includes 10 lecture theatres seating between 100 and 550 people, a library with 200 reading places, a 700-seater auditorium, a large canteen and several snack bars.
Shuvalov Academic Building No. 1 is the first of its size to be built at Moscow State University in 50 years. The building, which varies in height from two to eight storeys, houses lecture theatres and seminar rooms for between 50 and 300 students.
South-Eastern Administrative District | Gagarinsky
The Tatiana residential complex is named in honour of the patron saint of Moscow State University and consists of two single-entrance, 23-storey residential buildings and an underground parking area for 112 cars. The complex has a total of 170 spacious apartments.
Granatnyy Pereulok, located not far from Patriarch’s Ponds, has become home to a unique building of varying heights (from 5 to 10 storeys) that could justifiably claim to be one of the best residential buildings in Moscow.
The Grand Park residential complex has its own extensive infrastructure, including modern and convenient underground parking, an enclosed courtyard with children’s playgrounds, four kindergartens, a school, a 15,000-seater ice rink, and a go-karting club. Shops, beauty salons and restaurants are housed on the ground floors of the complex.