The Moskva river has the widest potential for construction of premises for various purposes. Riparian areas make up almost 10.5 thousand hectares or 10% of the total area of the city.
Some experts believe that Moscow is so densely built metropolis that the construction of fresh objects in its surroundings is a truly extraordinary task. City officials, however, see great potential for development.
"It is noteworthy that the coastal areas of the Moscow river is a major urban project, with a total area of almost 10.5 thousand hectares, or 10% of the whole territory of the town", - quotes "Interfax" the Deputy mayor of Moscow for urban planning policy and construction Marat Khusnullin. With all this, many of the coastal zone represent a abandoned desert spaces and former industrial sites in the area which is many times more advantageous commercial position of the objects.
"The development potential of the lands of the Moscow river and coastal areas is more than 30 million square meters of various real estate, in addition to 23.5 million sqm have already taken concrete decisions," said Marat Khusnullin. 15 million square meters have already confirmed projects raspenava and urban design sections.
Another rich for construction projects place in city Moscow new Moscow. It is envisaged that for 20 years will be built about 100 million square meters of real estate. "We recognized the territorial scheme for the development of New Moscow. The development potential of these lands just Grand," said Deputy mayor for urban policy and construction works.
With all this, during the construction work, the efforts of the city authorities will be focused on creating a comprehensive residential neighborhoods, the inhabitants of which will have everything you need within walking distance. "It is important to understand that it is not only housing, but also social facilities, sporting and various other. Our mission is to create a full-fledged urban environment and not sleeping residential areas", - said Marat Khusnullin.
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