Moscow authorities put up for auction the complex of buildings, including 33 facilities located on the Moscow river embankment near the Kremlin, near new Park “Zaryadye”. We are talking about the complex of buildings located at the following address: Kitaygorodsky proezd, 9/5.
As they say in the message a press-services of the Department of Moscow on competition policy, which is the organizer of the auction, the investor will have to preserve the historical appearance of all objects, and the area of the buildings — 11 hectares — will be open to visitors.
According to the Moscow authorities developed the concept, the investor must be sure to restore the building, to reconstruct and integrate with the territory of Zaryadye Park. In the end, the authorities want to see in the renovated buildings of the hotel, apartments and retail. Thus, it is emphasized in the message, to increase the area can only be due to the construction of the atrium and use of the attic space without changing the dimensions of the buildings.
The head of city property Department, Maxim Gaman, explaining the reasons for the sale of the complex, emphasized that it is unique to capital, “composition and scope, and significance”. “Of course, it is important to effectively use these objects. It was therefore decided to attract private investment, including for the restoration of monuments. In turn, the city gets new infrastructure and improved public space, open to visitors,” — are reported words of the official.
The complex of buildings put up for auction with a starting price of RUB 8.6 billion Auction scheduled for October 27.
The main building is an architectural monument of XVIII–XX centuries. In the pre-revolutionary period the building housed the orphanage where he studied orphans, foundlings and homeless children. From 1938 to 2013 in the building based Military Academy of the strategic Missile forces (RVSN). Of Peter The Great. Subsequently, the military College was transferred from the historical center of Moscow in the Moscow suburb of Balashikha. The area of the buildings is still used behind closed doors.