The former industrial zone “Krasny Stroitel” will find a new life, will become an environment of comfort. Work on the reorganization of an area of almost 35 hectares will take place within the framework of the Industrial Quarters program.
The draft of the corresponding decision was approved at a meeting of the City Planning and Land Commission of the city of Moscow. This was stated by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.
On the one hand, Varshavskoe shosse adjoins the territory, and on the other – the second line of the MCD. Now there are warehouses, garages, and auto parts stores.
“The area of the territory of the former industrial zone“ Krasny Stroitel ”, subject to integrated development, is almost 35 hectares. In the future, kindergartens, schools, clinics, as well as production facilities, which will create 4,600 new jobs, will appear here, ” said Vladimir Efimov.
The vice-mayor also noted that the investor will invest almost 100 billion rubles in the development of the territory, and the annual revenues to the city budget will eventually exceed 7 billion rubles.
In addition, according to Alexander Prokhorov, head of the Moscow City Investment and Industrial Policy Department, it is planned to build more than 400,000 square meters of real estate for various purposes in this former factory zone in the south of the Russian capital. “Modern production facilities will be located on an area of almost 35 thousand square meters. m. Social and public facilities will occupy more than 180 thousand square meters. m. Plus, the investor will build almost 190 thousand square meters. m of housing “, – said Prokhorov.
In general, thanks to the integrated development of territories (CDT) of the former industrial zones of Moscow, the city will receive about 500 thousand jobs and almost 3 trillion rubles of budget revenues. And the total investment will amount to over 7 trillion rubles. The Industrial Quarters project makes it possible to bring unused, virtually abandoned urban spaces into circulation.
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