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The building was built in 1899-1901 according to the project of Fyodor Shekhtel.

On the city ​​auction exposed non-residential premises with an area of ​​about 223 square meters in the building of the trading house of the partnership M.S. Kuznetsova, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.

The building is known as the House of Mercury or the House of Porcelain. It is located at Myasnitskaya Street, 8/2, Building 1. It is a federal cultural heritage site.

“Since the beginning of the year, the city has sold at auction two non-residential premises with a total area of ​​about 400 square meters in buildings with a protective status. Now investors are offered a space of 223.5 square meters on the first floor of the famous House with Mercury of the late 19th – early 20th centuries on Myasnitskaya Street. The object has a free functional purpose, so the future owner will be able to open an office, shop or cafe here, ”said the deputy mayor.

The initial cost of the object is almost 55.5 million rubles (about 243.7 thousand rubles per square meter). Applications for participation in the auction are accepted until August 6, the auction itself is scheduled for August 17.

“The proposed space has a separate entrance and is equipped with all the necessary communications. All work carried out in it will be carried out under the supervision of specialists from the Moscow City Heritage Site. Since the beginning of the year, the city has sold 117 non-residential premises in the center of Moscow at auction, the average competition was 4.3 participants per lot, “added the head Moscow City Department for Competition Policy Ivan Shcherbakov.

The building was built in 1899-1901 by the famous Moscow architect Fyodor Shekhtel for the owner of one of the largest porcelain and faience factories in the Russian Empire in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Matvey Kuznetsov, who opened the famous House of Porcelain on the ground floor. In addition to the sale of products made from this material, exhibitions of artists were organized in the store. The building was completed twice, the last time – in 1930 – the fourth and fifth floors were added.

Documentation and characteristics of objects that can be bought from the city are published on the Moscow investment portal in the section “Selling for business”.

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