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15 November 2021, 14:55

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Residents were offered apartments with finishing in a new building on Karamyshevskaya embankment.

Another 100 families in the Khoroshevo-Mnevniki area were offered to move to new apartments under the renovation program, the head said Department of urban planning policy of the city of Moscow Sergey Levkin

On November 15, the resettlement of a five-story building on Demyan Bedny Street (building 22, building 3) began. Residents are invited to move to apartments with improved finishing in a new building on Karamyshevskaya embankment (building 22a). An information center has been opened on the ground floor of the building to assist with resettlement.

Sergey Levkin noted that in total in 2021, 240 people from three houses began to relocate in Khoroshevo-Mnevniki. 40 percent of residents have already given their consent to move to new apartments.

“Since the start of the program, the resettlement of residents of seven houses has been underway or completed in the district, of which two residential buildings have been completely resettled and dismantled using smart demolition technology,” he added.

In addition to the house on Karamyshevskaya embankment, apartments under the renovation program are provided in new buildings on Demyan Bedniy Street (building 22) and Mnevniki Street (building 6a).

The renovation program was approved in August 2017, it concerns about one million Muscovites and provides for the resettlement of 5176 houses. In different parts of the city now build and design more than five million square meters of housing. By the end of 2024, it is planned to build more than 300 houses.

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