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February 18, 2022, 13:42
More than 400 families will move into them.
In the Ochakovo-Matveevskoye district, in 2022, two new buildings will be handed over for settlement under the renovation program. More than 400 families will start moving to new apartments, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for urban planning policy and construction Andrey Bochkarev.
“In Ochakovo-Matveevsky, since the beginning of the year, the developer has put into operation two houses under the renovation program: house 35b on Bolshaya Ochakovskaya Street and house 26a on Veernaya Street. They will be handed over for settlement in 2022, thanks to which more than 400 families from the nearest five-story buildings will be able to move into new apartments. The resettlement is planned to begin this summer,” the deputy mayor specified.
According to the leader Department of urban planning policy Sergei Levkin, more than 80 families from house 45, building 1 on the same street will move to a new building on Bolshaya Ochakovskaya Street. The new building on Veernaya Street is intended for 341 families who live in five-story buildings located on the same street (building 26, building 2 and building 28, building 2), as well as on Nikulinskaya street (building 22).
“Now seven launch sites have been selected in Ochakovo-Matveevsky. In addition to the commissioned houses on Bolshaya Ochakovskaya and Veernaya streets, house 11 on Matveevskaya street is being occupied, four more objects are being designed,” the head of the department added.
Residents of new buildings will be provided with all the necessary infrastructure. When designing houses, proximity to educational facilities, shops and clinics is taken into account.
“They will be available to newcomers in the same way as before the change of residence. The first floors are non-residential – cafes, sports clubs, sections for children can be opened here. In the house on Bolshaya Ochakovskaya Street, we have equipped two exploitable terraces that residents can use as recreation areas,” said Alexei Dobashin, CEO of the concern, which built two houses under the renovation program in Ochakovo-Matveevsky.
The Ochakovo-Matveevskoye area is well-equipped and has good transport accessibility. In 2018, the Ozernaya metro station was opened here, and in 2021, the Aminyevskaya station of the Big Circle Line, in the same year, after reconstruction, the Matveevskaya station of the Kiev direction of the Moscow Railway started working.
The renovation program was approved in August 2017, and 534 launch pads were selected for its implementation. About a million Muscovites will move into new apartments with improved finishes.
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