The former Oktyabrskoye pole industrial zone will accommodate a technopark, residential houses, two kindergartens, a school an out-patient care center. The project is implemented within the first Russia’s contract on complete area development.

Complete area development projects enable to give a new life to abandoned areas and to create a new urban environment which is comfortable for life and work.


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