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October 14, 2021 09:02 am

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Its area is over 6.5 thousand square meters. For children, a music hall and two gymnasiums, rooms for group studies and play rooms will be equipped.

On Yasenevaya Street, the main work on the construction of a kindergarten for 345 children has been fully completed. It is planned to be commissioned in the near future and open before the end of this year. This was announced by the head Department of urban planning policy of the city of Moscow Sergey Levkin… According to him, after commissioning, the developer intends to transfer the object to the ownership of the city.

“The total area of ​​the building is just over 6.5 thousand square meters. In the three-storey building with one underground floor, in addition to the group and play rooms, there will be a music hall and two gymnasiums, which, if necessary, will be combined into one. In addition, there are premises for various circles here, ”said Sergei Levkin.

On the territory of the institution, playgrounds and sports grounds with a crumb rubber coating will be equipped.

The kindergarten was built in a residential area with six houses. Also, a school for 825 places and a fitness center are being built here. They are planned to be commissioned in 2022.

“The area has a well-developed infrastructure, within walking distance there are kindergartens, schools, clinics, shopping centers. Nearby are the Tsaritsyno Museum-Reserve, the Yugo-Vostochny and Biryulevsky forest parks, and the Shmelevsky Ruchei park. It can be stated that a comfortable and comfortable urban environment already exists here, ”added Sergei Levkin.

Over the past 10 years, 447 educational buildings have been built in Moscow, including 321 kindergartens and 126 schools. More than 90 buildings will be built at the expense of the city budget in 2021-2023, the same will be built by investors.

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