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Source: Moscow Government – Moscow Government –

In March, residents of 179 old houses received apartments under the renovation program. They are moving to new buildings located in 11 districts of the capital. This was announced by the Minister of the Moscow Government, head of the capital’s Department of City Property Maxim Gaman.

“Over the last month, 3.7 thousand citizens from 179 old houses became the owners of modern housing in 104 new buildings. Most residents signed contracts for apartments in the Mozhaisky district in the west of the capital – 467 people, as well as in Konkovo and Kotlovka in the southwest – 435 and 351 Muscovites, respectively,” said Maxim Gaman.

In addition, at the end of March, the resettlement of another 4.7 thousand Muscovites from 25 houses began. The city offered them housing in 11 new buildings. Now they are starting to inspect the apartments and begin to draw up documents.

“In March, two new buildings were put into operation in Izmailovo and Perov in the Eastern Administrative District. It is planned that settlement in these new houses will begin in the near future and will affect more than one thousand residents,” added the head of the capital’s Department of Urban Development Policy

Sergey Levkin.

The renovation program was approved by Sergei Sobyanin in 2017. It includes 5,175 houses, which are home to about a million citizens. According to the conditions, instead of outdated housing, Muscovites are provided with apartments in modern new buildings. The pace of implementation of the renovation program is planned double the size.

Moscow is one of the leaders among regions in terms of pace and volume of construction. In recent years, within the framework of the regional project “Housing” of the national project “Housing and urban environment” The volume of construction and commissioning of residential properties in the capital has doubled – from three million to five to seven million square meters per year. You can find out more about this and other national projects implemented in Moscow Here.

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