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February 14, 2022, 07:07
The building was built in 1960. In Soviet times, there was a popular shop “House of Toys” here.
The overhaul of a nine-story neoclassical building on Kutuzovsky Prospekt has been completed. The building is located next to the hotel “Ukraine” on the front of the street and is visible to everyone who enters one of the largest highways of the capital.
During the overhaul, the facade of the house was put in order. Brickwork, which gives the building a laconic look, was cleared of dirt, restored the lost elements and treated with a special compound that protects the surface from moisture. The plaster layer was updated near the entrance groups. The plinth was laid out with clinker tiles. The specialists repaired the roof, including laying mineral wool insulation and replacing the soft roof.
The entrances of the house were renovated using modern materials, walls were plastered and painted, floor tiles were laid, railings and stair railings were replaced, and new window sills were installed. The specialists also updated the power supply networks, laid new cable channels, replaced floor panels and input distribution devices, installed differential switches and energy-saving lamps with motion sensors. During the overhaul, the garbage chute and elevator shaft covers were replaced, and the internal heating system was updated.
A house with elements of neoclassicism appeared on Kutuzovsky Prospekt in 1960. The conciseness of the facade is emphasized by the same type of window openings and balconies. The entrance groups located in the courtyard are decorated with portals. The crowning cornice of ceramic elements under the roof rests on a red brick frieze.
In Soviet times, the popular Dom Toy store operated on the ground floor of the building, and its address was familiar to all children and parents in Moscow. In addition, the famous historian, professor of Moscow State University Viktor Dalin lived here for many years.
Moscow overhaul programis one of the largest housing modernization projects in Russia and in the world. In total, by 2044, it is planned to repair more than 28,000 Moscow houses, and this is 355,000 engineering systems and structural elements of the building and more than 112,000 elevators. You can view the addresses of houses included in the program for 2022 on the interactive map.
The plans for 2021-2023 include a major overhaul of 4,437 houses in the capital, their total area is 34.2 million square meters. This year alone, 1.7 thousand buildings are included in the overhaul program.
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