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MR Group received permission to build two iCity towers in Moscow

MR Group received permission to build two buildings of the iCity business center, which will be located near the Moscow-City metropolitan area. The iCity complex, the concept of which was developed by the JAHN architecture bureau, will appear as part of the City transportation hub. The business center 256 meters high will consist of two towers with 34 floors (Time Tower) and 61 (Space Tower) floors. The total area of ​​the complex with a helipad will be 175 thousand square meters, of which 7 thousand will be intended for retail and 3 thousand for public and transport areas. In the framework of the project underground parking for 1443 cars is intended.
According to Starkova, as previously announced, the company will invest about 20 billion rubles in the project.
As reported by “RIA Real Estate”
Posted on Leave a comment plans to move to “Moscow City” Group is negotiating with the structures of Oleg Malis and Alisher Usmanov to lease space for their headquarters in the Moscow City business center, the Vedomosti newspaper reported. According to the newspaper, we are talking about site number 20, where Malis and Usmanov are building a skyscraper of almost 180 thousand square meters, in which about 100 thousand “squares” of offices are planned, which wants to occupy. As noted in the article, if the deal takes place, it will become a record in the history of the Moscow office rental market. The annual rental cost of the potential new headquarters of the holding can reach up to 3.5 billion rubles. Now the company is about 30 thousand square meters in the Skylight business center on Leningradsky Prospekt. But due to the growth in the number of employees, the company is looking for a new office, to which it plans to move no later than 2023. It is reported by Rambler.
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Direct foreign investments in Moscow will amount to more than $ 260 billion

The volume of direct foreign investment in Moscow amounted to more than $ 260 billion, said Vladimir Yefimov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations. “According to the Bank of Russia, the volume of accumulated foreign direct investment in Moscow as of January 1, 2020 amounted to $ 260.2 billion, which is almost half of all foreign investment in the country,” Efimov said. According to him, the largest investments in the capital’s economy came from investors from Germany, France, Finland, Italy, Austria and the USA. “Most often, foreign business invests in companies that are engaged in financial and insurance activities, in trade, in the industry and high technologies, as well as in real estate,” the deputy mayor said. According to the press service of the economic complex of the capital, at the moment many foreign enterprises have already localized their production in Moscow, including the plant of the French Renault group, the plant of the German concern KSB, the French group of companies Orpea Group, the Swiss company Bartholet Maschinenbau AG. The head of the department of investment and industrial policy of the capital, Alexander Prokhorov, noted that foreign investors, along with Russian ones, enjoy concessions and preferences from the city. “Projects with the attraction of foreign investment contribute to the development of the city and provide Muscovites with jobs, therefore, to support new investment projects in industrial production, the city provides incentives for taxes on profits, property, land, as well as rent for land plots,” said Prokhorov. Reported by “RIA Real Estate”
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Future trends of the developer market in Russia

The most basic trend that can be traced today under the influence of the epidemic and economic factors is the fall of small developers. It has never been in the construction industry that 500 developers work in the region, and the top 10 of them accounted for 71%. Moreover, in the standard segment, three to five developers from the top ten already have 80% of the market share. Therefore, in terms of revenue, the market will fall in the second half of 2020 by 10–20%. In meters, the decline will be even greater, because part of the fall is offset by rising prices. They will increase even above inflation, because a more expensive supply is entering the market today. The market for new buildings will shrink in terms of the number of players. But for buyers, this is rather a plus, since the remaining developers will make a better product, including a modern comfortable infrastructure. The statistics of inquiries in INGRAD and the growing demand for our projects show that clients have become more demanding and more active, they need high-quality housing with a comfortable environment and a variety of relevant services. And we are doing our best to meet these requests. Read more on RBC:
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In Russia, the cost of summer rent of houses has grown

The highest rental rates rose in the Moscow, Ryazan, Kaluga, Vladimir and Yaroslavl regions. The average rental rate for summer cottages in Russia increased by 8.6% over the year, reaching 35 thousand rubles. per month. This was reported in a press release by analysts of the World of Apartments ad service. Not being able to travel abroad, many citizens decided to take a vacation at the dacha, and at the same time isolate themselves in the context of the coronavirus epidemic. Due to the high demand for suburban housing, owners began to raise prices, the report said. Most of all, the price of renting summer houses has grown in the Moscow region and in neighboring regions. The largest increase was recorded in the Kaluga, Vladimir, Yaroslavl and Ryazan regions. It is no secret that they are considered by many residents of the capital, for whom the more expensive summer cottages in the Moscow region were not affordable. The Tver region in general turned out to be the leader in the rise in prices in the country, having grown as much as 19%, the report says. Hiring rates in the Kaliningrad, Kursk and Samara regions, as well as in the Primorsky Territory, increased by 17% and 18% over the year. At the resorts – in the Crimea and Krasnodar Territory – prices have not risen much (2.5-3.6%). This indicator is associated with restrictive measures, analysts explained. Read more on RBC:
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Artificial intelligence calculates housing prices in Moscow in 10 years

Artificial intelligence predicted migration from some districts of Moscow to others about 750 billion rubles. the value of residential property for ten years. Analysts of the service for the selection of real estate for investment Shiva AI report this in the study (available to the editorial office). Today, only within the Moscow Ring Road in the Russian capital, housing stock with a total value of about 486 billion rubles is on open sale. The estimated cost of all apartments within the Moscow Ring Road is about 24 trillion rubles. The redistribution of prices will provoke an increase in the popularity of remote work, dictated by the coronavirus crisis, and the appearance of the first self-driving cars on the roads of the capital. Read more on RBC: