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October 19, 2021, 14:45

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New houses for the program participants will be built on Velozavodskaya and Vostochnaya streets.

Apartments in new buildings, which will be built on the site of those demolished in the Danilovsky district, will receive another 800 Muscovites, the head of the capital said. Department of Urban Development Policy Sergey Levkin.

“We are gradually launching the second wave of the renovation program in different districts, building new houses on the site of the demolished five-story buildings. The wave approach allows you to start relocating program participants in a short time and provide quality housing for as many people as possible. For example, in the Danilovsky District, the construction of new houses on Velozavodskaya and Vostochnaya Streets will allow starting the resettlement of about 800 residents, ”he said.

A total of 31 houses with an area of ​​almost 80 thousand square meters are planned to be resettled in the Danilovsky district of Moscow. “At the first stage of the renovation program, by the end of 2024, 13 houses will be resettled, at subsequent stages, by the end of 2032, another 18 buildings,” said Sergei Levkin.

Eight starting sites have been selected for the construction of new housing. Buildings with a capacity of 97 thousand square meters will be erected on them. Now in the area there is a relocation of residents of two houses on Malaya Tulskaya street (house 2/1, building 19 and house 9). They move to a new building at 5th Roshchinsky passage (building 1).

The renovation program was approved in the capital in 2017. It includes 5176 houses in which about a million Muscovites live. For today put into operation 155 houses are two million square meters of real estate. Another 300 buildings with an area of ​​5.4 million square meters are under design and construction.

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