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For residents of the district, children’s and sports grounds will be equipped, bicycle paths and bicycle rental centers will be made, as well as new trees and shrubs will be planted.

Comprehensive improvement of the Obruchevsky district is planned to be completed in the next two months. The work is carried out on an area of ​​more than 200 hectares. In quarters 37–38, with an area of ​​83.8 hectares, there will be a sports playground and four playgrounds, 66 small architectural forms and 62 lighting poles. In the course of landscaping, 25 trees and 3460 shrubs will be planted here.

On the territory of the 42nd quarter (31.1 hectares), a sports and three playgrounds will be equipped, 103 small architectural forms, 82 lighting poles and two staircases will be installed, 30 trees and a thousand shrubs will be planted.

Eight ground transport stops will be built near the Novatorskaya metro station under construction on the Big Circle Line. The sidewalks will be paved with tiles, 83 lighting poles and street lamps will be installed, over 2.3 hectares of lawn will be laid, 40 trees and 960 shrubs will be planted.

On both sides of Eldar Ryazanov Street, pedestrian paths will appear, laid along routes that will be convenient for local residents. The improvement will affect an area of ​​7.2 hectares.

In addition, Leninsky Prospekt will be transformed (from Kravchenko Street to the Moscow Ring Road). The area on which the work will be carried out will be 74.4 hectares. On the five-kilometer section, in addition to a high-quality roadway and convenient sidewalks, 21 land transport stops, 18 bike and scooter rental points, bicycle parking for 230 bicycles, 859 small architectural forms, 665 lighting poles, 12 navigation steles and 13 pylons will be installed. In the course of landscaping, the workers will break the lawn, plant over 500 trees and about seven thousand shrubs.

Currently, about 700 people are engaged in the improvement of the district. They have more than 130 pieces of equipment at their disposal.

The Obruchevsky District with an area of ​​over 600 hectares is located in the South-West Administrative District of Moscow (between Leninsky Prospekt and Profsoyuznaya Street). Its borders run along the streets of Academician Pilyugin, Garibaldi, Obruchev, Academician Volgin, Miklukho-Maclay, Academician Oparin and Ostrovityanov. The region is home to about 90 thousand people.

In 2011–2020, a number of public spaces with a total area of ​​over 30 hectares were landscaped in Obruchevsky. Among them are the boulevard on Garibaldi Street, the territory of the 42nd quarter (including the Comma pond on the Smorodinka River), the public garden in the 38th quarter, the territory from house 4, building 2 on Samora Machel street to house 5 on Ostrovityanova street with adjoining courtyards …

New building on Obrucheva street

As part of the renovation program, a three-section building of variable number of storeys (10-15 floors) with underground parking was built in the district. It is located at the address: Obrucheva Street, building 5. The new building was erected according to an individual project at the expense of extra-budgetary funds (the apartments were transferred to the city as part of an investment contract).

The facade is finished in beige, orange and brown porcelain stoneware. Loggias and balconies are glazed. A metal basket for an air conditioner is provided for each apartment.

The house has 204 apartments, including 41 one-room, 138 two-room and 25 three-room. Their living area is 12.1 thousand square meters. Improved decoration of apartments and common areas meets the requirements of the Moscow standard of the renovation program. The building has a barrier-free environment for the comfort of people with limited mobility.

In the underground parking for 99 cars, you can go down by elevators directly from your floor.

On the non-residential ground floor with a modern stained-glass glazing system, there are technical rooms and office areas.

Like other houses under the renovation program, the new building on Obruchev Street is equipped with smart household and apartment-based metering devices for cold and hot water supply, heat supply, electricity with the ability to automatically transfer data to city information systems. This will significantly reduce the cost of house maintenance and utility bills. To ensure safety in the house, modern automatic video surveillance systems, fire alarm systems and others are installed. In addition, there is a landscaped courtyard with a children’s and sports grounds.

You can get to the Kaluzhskaya metro station from the new building in about 20-25 minutes by walking along Obruchev Street or by taking a bus. Within walking distance are a shopping center, numerous schools, kindergartens, clinics, shops, catering and consumer services.

Starting from May 31, 2021, 141 families – 355 residents of two houses built in 1962 on Profsoyuznaya Street (house 60, buildings 1 and 2) will move to the house on Obruchev Street.

The Resettlement Information Center, where prospective newcomers receive the assistance they need, is located on the first floor of the new building. Currently, 121 families (86 percent) have agreed to resettlement, the rest are in the process of choosing a new housing.

In total, in the Obruchevsky district, the renovation program includes 17 houses, in which 3.5 thousand people live. A launch site with a capacity of 7.1 thousand square meters has been determined at the address: Garibaldi Street, house 18. A house has already been erected on it, which is planned to be transferred for settlement in September this year.

In addition, there are two investment sites on Obruchev Street (block 38a, buildings 8 and 9). On one of them, the house has already been built and handed over for settlement (Obrucheva Street, 5), the second new building is planned to be commissioned by the end of 2021.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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