11 Aug 2020

Business Centers And Retail Spaces: How Industrial Zones in Korovin and Kapotnya Are Going to Change

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Three sites of industrial zones in North and South-East Moscow are awaiting a redevelopment. The investor will invest RUR 24.6 bn. The work will be carried out within projects od integrated area development.

The projects will create 7,000 new jobs.

IAD projects allow to transform unused spaces and to create a modern urban environment there.

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