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January 17, 2022, 20:47


14 apartments will be given to people with limited mobility.

In the Vykhino-Zhulebino district in the south-east of Moscow, the construction of three houses being built under the renovation program for residents of five-story buildings is nearing completion.

“In Vykhino-Zhulebin at the address: Academician Skryabin Street, property 3/1, this year the first residential buildings in the area for resettlement will be put into operation under the renovation program. Monolithic work has already been completed, the facades and premises are being finished,” said the head

Moscow Construction Department Rafik Zagrutdinov.

Single-section buildings are built according to an individual project. The facades will be clad with ceramic bricks in beige and brown shades, which will contrast in a checkerboard pattern. They will install baskets for air conditioners. Houses will be truly smart – they will be equipped with an automated system for monitoring and consuming energy resources.

The buildings are designed for 902 apartments: 156 one-room, 601 two-room and 145 three-room apartments. 14 of them are provided for residents with limited mobility. The finished improved finishes in the new apartments will fully comply with the renovation standards approved by the Moscow Government Decree.

“In new buildings, there are 14 apartments for people with limited mobility: two one-room, nine two-room and three three-room apartments. They will increase the width of corridors and doorways, and install special plumbing. Residents will be able to move comfortably both around the apartment and in the entrance. Landings and elevator halls will also be adapted for people with limited mobility. The entrance to the building, the floor of the lobby and the elevator hall on the ground floor will be made on the same level with the ground: parents with strollers and people with limited mobility will be able to get into the entrance without assistance. Rough surface tiles at the entrance to a residential building will prevent slipping at any time of the year,” added Rafik Zagrutdinov.

On the first floors there will be technical rooms, storerooms and duty rooms. Modern elevators with a carrying capacity of 400 and a thousand kilograms will be installed in each house and equipped with visual and tactile information media. In the non-residential part of the buildings, beauty salons, sports clubs, children’s sections, cafes and shops will open in the future. The yard will be landscaped, bushes and trees will be planted, lawns will be laid out, children’s and sports grounds will be equipped, and underground parking will be made.

In total, according to Rafik Zagrutdinov, residents of 60 houses will receive new apartments under the renovation program in the district. Four launch pads have been selected, three of them – Academician Scriabin Street (property 3/1), Samarkand Boulevard (property 15), Fergana Passage (property 14) – are under construction.

“The renovation program in the Vykhino-Zhulebino area included 60 houses. Four launch sites have been selected for the resettlement of residents and the construction of new buildings, and work to find new sites continues,” Rafik Zagrutdinov also said.

The renovation program was approved in 2017. By the end of last year, it included 534 launch pads. About a million Muscovites will move into new apartments when 5,175 houses are resettled.

Construction of two buildings under the renovation program began in the Marfino district Red, beige and gray: a new building on Kastanaevskaya street will be tiled in three colors

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