MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
18 March 2021, 15:29
It is planned to build a gallery of modern art, offices, shopping facilities and restaurants near the station.
Large-scale reconstruction continues on the territory of the Marc Chagall embankment and the Novinki backwater embankment. There will be water attractions, a floating spa complex, a garden with aquatic plants and a boat rental. This was announced by the chief architect of Moscow Sergey Kuznetsov.
“When planning the coastal area, the architects tried to make the most of the space for comfortable and varied recreation of children and adults. According to the presented project, on the Marc Chagall embankment, in the continuation of the already landscaped area of the embankment on the reconstructed territory of ZIL-Yug, a park zone with additional landscaping and many children, playgrounds, sports grounds, as well as places for cultural events will be organized, ”he explained is he.
He also stressed that the walking and cycling network will run along the entire territory. It will connect the Danilovsky and Nagatinsky Zaton districts. Artificial walking and running structures of different heights will appear on the embankment in the park area, and pavilions will be placed under them.
The building and the pier of the South River Station are being reconstructed. It is planned to build a gallery of contemporary art, offices, shopping facilities and restaurants nearby. The transport infrastructure will also change.
“It is planned to build two pedestrian bridges across the Novinki backwater, which will connect the former ZIL industrial zone, given over to residential development, with the territories of actively being built residential complexes on the opposite bank, a technopark and a theme park“ Dream Island ”. This will create a single urban space between the embankments of the Novinki backwater and will significantly simplify the pedestrian movement of residents around the district, ”added Dina Sattarova, director of the Scientific Research and Design Institute for Urban Planning of the City of Moscow.
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