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Part of the former industrial zone “Prozhektor” in Perov is being reorganized under the integrated territorial development program (CTD). The project will be implemented by the city operator. This was announced by the Minister of the Moscow Government, head of the capital’s Department of City Property Maxim Gaman.

“The site of the former industrial zone “Prozhektor” with a total area of 3.12 hectares is awaiting comprehensive development. An operator appointed by the city will build a modern quarter here within five years, where more than 106 thousand square meters of real estate will appear. As a result, about 1.2 thousand jobs will be created. Investments in the development of the site will amount to approximately 26 billion rubles, and the annual budget effect will be 472 million rubles,” said Maxim Gaman.

The territory is located in the east of the capital along Green Avenue, not far from the Perovo metro station. The operator of the CRT will be the state-owned enterprise of the city of Moscow “Civil Construction Administration”, subordinate to the capital Construction Department.

Maxim Gaman added that it is planned to build more than 74 thousand square meters of housing on the site to implement the renovation program and other urban needs. In addition, a public and business complex, premises for four court districts, as well as offices, bank branches, cafes, sports and other facilities with a total area of over 32 thousand square meters will be built here.

Solution Sergei Sobyanin accepted the integrated development of part of the former industrial zone “Prozhektor”.

“The construction of houses for participants in the renovation program on part of the former industrial zone “Prozhektor” will improve the living conditions of more than 1.5 thousand citizens. In total, under the renovation program, 42.5 thousand Muscovites will move to Perov, of which about 2.6 thousand people have already celebrated housewarming or are moving into modern apartments,” noted the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development Policy and Construction

Andrey Bochkarev.

As part of the KRT program, multifunctional city neighborhoods are being created, where roads, comfortable housing, public, business and sports facilities, as well as all the necessary infrastructure, are being designed on the site of former industrial zones and inefficiently used sites. Currently in Moscow there are 228 projects for the integrated development of territories with a total area of about 2.7 thousand hectares at various stages of implementation. They are being studied on behalf of Sergei Sobyanin.

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