Chamber Gurevich in the center of Moscow re-auctioned for half the cost


MOSCOW, April 9. /TASS/. The estate of the late XVII – XVIII centuries in Potapovsky pereulok Moscow, known as the Chamber Gurevych again exposed on the auctions with decrease in the starting prices of 50%, the new owner will be able to use the historic building as an apartment house. About it on Monday reports a press-service of the Department of Moscow on competition policy.

“A future investor, who became the auction winner will have the opportunity to purchase an historic building in the heart of Moscow at a discounted price – 307,6 million rubles”, – said the head of the Department Gennady Degtev.

He said that in 2016 the initial price of the building was 601,3 million rubles, but then the project was not implemented. The revaluation of the object, the experts took into account that the depreciation of the building is 56% after a fire in 2009. The new owner of the building will have to carry out a complex restoration works to obtain permission for the project.

The Director of the Department on work with developers Savills Alexander Sinilova said that the most profitable for the investor could be the use of the estate as an apartment house. “Today in Moscow, as in any other world capital, there is strong demand for apartment houses (apartments to rent for a period of 1 day), but quality supply is virtually nonexistent. This niche is not actually busy, and such buildings as the house in Potapovsky lane, ideal for a functional use,” says Sinilova.

Urban HOMESTEAD built in the late XVII-XVIII centuries, XIX-XX centuries Here in 1845-1859 he is Board pastor L. Annese. At the end of the XVIII century, the owner of the estate merchant Michael Kolosov expanded the main house, then the house was built in 1845 In the second half of the XIX century industrialist and patron Vasily Kokorev had a major reconstruction of the structure, increased the size and changed the facade. Later, the manor owners lived confectionery factory “Partnership of A. I. Abrikosov sons”.

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