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This is the second house inhabited under the renovation program in the Fili-Davydkovo area.

In the west of the capital, in the Fili-Davydkovo area, as part of the renovation program, the settlement of two buildings on Kastanaevskaya Street began. 178 families will move to new apartments.

“Residents of houses 10, 12 and 14 on Pivchenkova Street are starting to move to a new building on Kastanaevskaya Street (house 44a, buildings 2 and 3),” said the head of the capital

Department of Urban Development Policy Sergey Levkin

Sergei Levkin also recalled that the new building on Kastanaevskaya Street is the second house inhabited in Filyakh-Davydkovo under the renovation program and the 16th in the Western Administrative District of the capital.

“By the end of 2021, 645 families from 10 obsolete houses will begin to relocate to new buildings at the addresses: Kastanaevskaya street, house 44, buildings 1-3,” added Sergey Levkin.

The five-story buildings are subject to resettlement at the following addresses: Kastanaevskaya Street, Building 40, Buildings 1 and 2, Oleko Dundycha Street, Building 45, Buildings 1 and 2, Oleko Dundycha Street, Building 47, Pivchenkova Street, Building 1, Buildings 1 and 2, as well as street Pivchenkova, houses 10, 12 and 14.

In total, in Filyakh-Davydkovo, within the framework of the renovation program, 119 residential buildings with an area of ​​348.3 thousand square meters are subject to resettlement. They are home to 21.5 thousand people.

New building on Kastanaevskaya street will begin to populate before the end of the year Renovation program: residents of 47 houses in ZAO move to new apartments

The renovation program was approved in 2017. It provides for the resettlement of more than 350 thousand apartments. Around a million people will receive comfortable housing in modern neighborhoods.

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