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In total, within the framework of the renovation program, it is planned to resettle 119 residential buildings in the district, in which 21.5 thousand people live.

Residents of five houses in the Fili-Davydkovo district will begin resettlement under the renovation program by the end of 2021. About a thousand people will move to a new building on Kastanaevskaya Street (building 65). The buildings to be settled are located at the following addresses: Klochkova street, houses 2, 6 and 8, Kutuzovsky prospect, houses 78 and 86.

According to the head Department of urban planning policy of the city of Moscow Sergei Levkin, This is the second new building built by the city in Filyakh-Davydkovo to relocate the participants of the renovation program.

“Earlier, residents of five Khrushchevs located on Oleko Dundich and Kastanaevskaya Streets moved to house 22 on Malaya Filevskaya Street,” he recalled.

According to Sergei Levkin, three residential buildings have already been dismantled. In their place, houses will be built to continue the renovation program. In the Fili-Davydkovo area, 119 residential buildings are to be relocated, in which 21.5 thousand people live.

“At the same time, no later than 2024, it is planned to start resettlement of 4.2 thousand people from 20 houses in the specified area,” added Sergei Levkin.

The renovation program was approved in the capital in 2017, with about a million Muscovites participating. It provides for the resettlement of 5175 houses.

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