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The building area will be more than three thousand square meters.

A new cultural center with a theater living room and a ballet hall will be built in the settlement of Klenovsky. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow in the Moscow Government for Urban Development Policy and Construction Andrey Bochkarev.

“A new cultural center is planned to be built at the expense of the city budget in the village of Klenovo in the settlement of Klenovsky in the TyNAO. It will be a two-storey building with an area of ​​over three thousand square meters. It will house an auditorium with warehouses for scenery and props, wardrobe and artistic, an early development studio, a library, a buffet, ”he said.

In addition, the cultural center will have a club area with a choreography hall, art studio, arts and crafts studio, and a vocal class. There will also be an information technology class, sewing and carpentry workshops.

“An elevator will be installed in the building, the adjacent territory will be landscaped and landscaped, driveways and sidewalks, a platform with a crumb rubber coating, and a parking lot for 25 cars will be created,” added Andrei Bochkarev.

The building permit for the cultural center has already been issued.

“The validity of the building permit is until December 14, 2022. The issued permit will allow the developer to start work. After the developer submits a notice of the start of work, a schedule of inspections of the cultural center will be drawn up. Specialists of the Expertise Center will be involved in the inspections, who will carry out a complex of laboratory and instrumental studies on the quality of work. The committee will establish control over the observance of anti-epidemic requirements by the builders “, – said the chairman Mosgosstroynadzor Igor Voistratenko.

Moscow has a Targeted Investment Program, according to which, by the end of 2023, more 15 cultural objects, including five cultural centers, four museums and four theaters.

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