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KIEVSKAYA PLOSHCHAD RECEIVES PERMISSION TO CONSTRUCT THE NAGATINSKAYA MULTIFUNCTIONAL COMPLEX

11 November 2020

Mosgostroynadzor has issued a permit for construction and installation work for a multifunctional complex with floor space of about 230 000 square metres in the Nagorny region of the capital. As part of the commercial development carried out by the Kievskaya Ploshchad Group of Companies, a 16-storey multifunctional complex is being built, combining a transport interchange hub with business centre, shopping areas, cafes, restaurants, a cinema, entertainment area and fitness centre with swimming pool.

The Kievskaya Ploshchad group of companies, using its experience of building the Schelkovskiy multifunctional complex and other large-scale, socially significant projects, will create a multi-level transit passenger complex with a system of comfortable pedestrian interchanges, built on the "dry feet" principle. The future transport hub will combine the Nagatinskaya metro station on the Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya line with a railway platform and overground transport routes on Varshavskoye Shosse. Following the concept of a "city within the city", the complex will combine convenient passenger infrastructure and a variety of commercial real estate facilities.

Development of the Nagatinskaya complex project took into account the great complexity of the construction site and presence of the existing metro station directly under the site. The transport hub building will be a unique technical structure. The project will apply promising digital technologies, a combination of intelligent engineering solutions, automation and energy efficiency of the building. For the interior of the building, there are plans to use modern technological materials. The building will be decorated with a wave-shaped media facade whose LEDs will be fixed on a mesh made of metal cables. This design does not reduce visibility and will not prevent sunlight from getting inside the structure. On the 11th floor, there will be a unique operating roof overlooking Varshavskoye Shosse.

The ground floor will contain a multi-lit walking area with paving and benches where visitors can relax or wait out the bad weather. There will be a shopping centre covering seven floors. Offices with a total area of more than 45 000 square metres will occupy six floors of the building. Restaurants will occupy the operating roof of the Nagatinskaya complex. The entertainment area will include an eight-roomed cinema, fitness centre with swimming pool, as well as a banqueting hall.

The multifunctional centre will contain lots of facilities for people with disabilities, in particular ramps, markings, enlarged lifts and many other amenities.

 

By 2023, it is expected that more than 300 000 people per day will pass through the Nagatinskaya transport hub. 

God Nisanov, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Kievskaya Ploshchad Group of Companies:
"Kievskaya Ploshchad today focuses on the implementation of large-scale, socially significant projects for Moscow that match the dynamic pace of development of the metropolis.  During creation of the Schelkovskiy multifunctional complex project, where we have already managed to organise the operation of not only the bus station, but also a large shopping and entertainment complex much needed by the residents of the capital, Kievskaya Ploshchad has gained invaluable experience which will allow us to create such large-scale world-class projects in the future.

 

“Obtaining permits for the Nagatinskaya multifunctional complex means we can begin the construction and installation work. Nagatinskaya, which includes a transport hub built on the "dry feet" principle, will be one of the most modern transport terminals on the world stage. It will be a catalyst for the development of the surrounding area, significantly improve the transport situation in the area and make transferring between different modes of transport very user-friendly for the people of Moscow."

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