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September 3, 2021, 12:08

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It remains for them to conclude an agreement and receive the keys to a new home.

70 percent of residents of house 69 on Svoboda Street, which is being resettled under the renovation program, have decided on apartments in a nearby new building and are preparing to move. The resettlement procedure began on 14 August.

“413 people (158 families) live in the house to be settled on Svoboda Street. Already 70 percent – 290 people (111 families) – have decided on new, equivalent apartments to move to a neighboring new building. In the near future, these Muscovites will be invited to conclude contracts. Another 123 people (47 families) living in the five-story building continue to inspect the housing offered to them, “said the Minister of the Moscow Government, head of the Department of City Property

Maxim Gaman

The new building is located at 67a Svobody Street and is located in the same courtyard, so residents will be able to use the infrastructure they are used to. Within walking distance there are shops, social facilities, the Severnoye Tushino park and the Skhodnenskaya metro station. The yard was equipped with a playground and sports grounds, as well as a recreation area.

In the north-west of Moscow, 10 houses are being resettled, in which 2176 people (822 families) live. 1224 people (463 families) signed contracts for equivalent apartments. Two old houses have already been dismantled.

“In the North-West Administrative District, 431 houses with a total living area of ​​1.43 million square meters are to be relocated and demolished within the framework of the renovation program. 86.8 thousand citizens live here. For the organization of wave relocation, 29 launch sites were selected. At the moment, seven new buildings have already been commissioned, and 21 more houses are being built or designed, “said the head of the Department of Urban Development Policy of the city of Moscow.

Sergey Levkin

The renovation program was approved in August 2017. About a million Muscovites will receive apartments with improved finishes. A total of 5175 houses will be resettled.

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