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February 15, 2022, 09:02


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Modern sports centers, comfortable offices and a hotel will be built here.

The site of the former Vladykino industrial zone will be reorganized. A new industrial quarter with spacious offices, sports centers and a hotel will appear on an area of ​​seven hectares, said Deputy Moscow Mayor for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.

“The reorganization of Vladykin is part of the city’s program for the integrated development of the former industrial zones “Industrial Quarters”. We expect that the volume of private investments in the transformation of this territory will be about 23 billion rubles, and the annual revenues to the city budget will be about 900 million rubles. More than 2,000 jobs will be created for city residents,” the deputy mayor said.

The former industrial zone is located in the Otradnoye district. On the one hand, it is limited by Signalny passage, on the other hand, by the ways of the Moscow Central Ring (MCC). Now there are warehouses and offices. In the future, it is planned to build 220,000 square meters of real estate in the industrial zone.

“According to the draft decision, the entire area of ​​the industrial zone will be allocated for public and business buildings. For example, there will be sports centers and a hotel with an area of ​​more than 90,000 square meters. The future hotel has good transport accessibility — it will be located a 10-minute walk from the Vladykino MCC station,” said the head

Department of investment and industrial policy of the city of Moscow Alexander Prokhorov.

Project “Industrial Quarters”is a complex development of the former industrial zones of Moscow. It allows you to involve in circulation unused, actually abandoned urban areas. As a result of the project, more than 500 thousand jobs will appear, and almost three trillion rubles will go to the city budget. It is planned that the total investment in the program will exceed seven trillion rubles.

The first agreement under the Industrial Quarters project was signed in July 2020, it concerned the reorganization of the site of the Oktyabrskoye Pole industrial zone. And in early November of the same year, an auction was held in Moscow for the right to conclude an agreement on the integrated development of the territories of the Korovino industrial zone.

In early June 2021, at the XXIV St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, agreements were signed on the integrated development of the territory of the Kuntsevo industrial zone and the second section of the Korovino industrial zone, and in September of the same year, on the reorganization of the Altufevskoye Shosse industrial zone. In the future, high-tech industries, public and business spaces, residential complexes and related infrastructure – kindergartens, schools and clinics – will appear on the site of the former industrial zones.

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