New horizon: premium real estate in Moscow


Club houses, historic mansions, skyscrapers, houses with five-star hotel infrastructure and even villas — the variety of residential real estate formats in Moscow today can surprise even those who long used to the word “premium”

MOD residential complex

Architectural firm Kleinewelt Architekten has taken on a challenging task for developer MR Group: to reimagine classic modernism in the spirit of the modern concept of the “vertical city” and the high standards of premium real estate. Thus, a project was born, according to which a complex is being erected in Maryina Roshcha, consisting of three skyscrapers and two 9-storey club houses of complex geometric shape. Unique options include a jazz lounge with a library and facades made of natural stone.

Club house Kuznetsky Most 12 by Lalique

The developer KR Properties decided to return the former glory to the Passage, built by order of the merchant Popov, and chose the famous historical crystal manufactory Lalique as an ally. The basis of the project was the handmade concept: from the careful restoration of the facades overlooking the Kuznetsky Most and Pushechnaya Street, and the original decor to new interiors in Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles, in which the main role is played by Lalique works: furniture, art objects, light and, of course, crystal.

City Villas Caméo

Being here, it is hard to imagine that city life is literally a stone's throw away: the villas are located in the Tverskoy district, near the Mayakovskaya metro station. The secret is in privacy. Each of the 17 houses ranging from 230 to 445 sq. m has its own green areas: a courtyard at the entrance and a patio, hidden from prying eyes. The WALL bureau was responsible for the appearance of the villas, which managed to delicately adapt the architecture of Tuscany residences to Moscow realities, and the Stone Hedge developer was responsible for the whole concept.

Chistye Prudy Clubhouse

At the beginning of the year, Sminex began selling apartments in a club house hidden in a quiet Potapovsky Lane, just 50 meters from Muscovites' favorite boulevard of the same name. The company plans to restore the original architectural elements of the building from 1915 and install modern premium silent comfort systems in the house. Each of the 31 apartments, including four penthouses, has a unique layout, thought out to the smallest detail, and a feeling of absolute comfort appears already in the lobby, decorated with natural marble.

Club house “Tessinsky, 1”

The team of professionals brought in by the developer Insigma focused on bringing together the past and the present and creating a project that is equally consistent with the standards of modern architecture and the atmosphere of the historical location of Moscow. Sergei Skuratov recreated the original look of the 19th century facades from Tessinsky Lane, organically continuing them with new elements of the building. The house has 64 apartments and 7 two-level penthouses with views of the historic center, the towers of the Moscow Kremlin and a courtyard with landscape design by the London bureau Linda Bird.

Poklonnaya 9 apartment complex

Service worthy of a five-star hotel – in the case of this project by ANT Development, not just words. The first 7 floors of the tower will be occupied by the flagship hotel of the SO/network, the entire infrastructure of which will be available to residents of the new building on Kutuzovsky Prospekt next to Victory Park. Luxurious spa, restaurants, yoga room with hammocks, 24-hour concierge service and an infinity pool – along with interiors designed in an art deco style by designer Greg Keffer (Greg Keffer, Bureau of the Rockwell Group, & nbsp;) – sets a new level metropolitan life.

Residential complex Neva Towers

From the huge windows of the two towers, united by a stylobate with its own park and a panoramic pool at the level of the fifth floor, you can see all the skyscrapers of Moscow City at the same time. The image of New York with its classic skyscrapers became the starting point for the SPEECH bureau and the American architects HOK, who embodied the magic of stone and glass in a modern interpretation, and the interiors were entrusted to the HBA studio, known for its collaboration with the world's leading luxury hotels.

Teatralny Dom quarter

In order to preserve the unique charm of the historic quarter at the intersection of Povarskaya Street, Merzlyakovsky and Khlebny lanes, Hals-Development invited architect Pavel Andreev, who is famous for the reconstruction of the Bolshoi Theater and the Manege. The windows of 129 apartments up to 200 sq. meters go either to the inner garden, where about a thousand different plants, blooming alternately, change the appearance and mood of the landscape, or to the Arbat and quiet Moscow lanes.

Event quarter

“Clean spectacular lines combined with unprecedented view characteristics” – this is how its architect Philip Nikandrov formulates the concept of this complex of skyscrapers. The natural massifs of the Ramenki district echo with its own park, designed at a dizzying height of 172 m. At the level of 25–27 floors, there will be sky-bridges with running tracks. The idea of ​​a “vertical city” continues in every detail: from a two-story restaurant to modern engineering solutions, from a variety of apartment layouts (all with indispensable windows to floor) to a huge lobby with its own coworking space and a game zone for teenagers .

Residential complex “Real”

The architectural concept of all four buildings of variable height, which form two quarters in the greenest district of the capital Ramenka, belongs to the SPEECH bureau led by Sergei Tchoban. All apartments, from 35-meter one-room to 135-meter four-room apartments, boast high ceilings, large windows and walk-in closets. There are also unique lots, suggesting the possibility of installing a fireplace or having a private terrace. An equally obvious advantage of the complex is the walking infrastructure with workouts, barbecue places and its own botanical garden with a large-scale collection of plants.

The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Moscow

The first residential residences in Russia managed by the luxury chain Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group appeared on Sofiyskaya Embankment, directly opposite the Kremlin. Everything here corresponds to the thesis “position obliges”: Sergey Skuratov and Ilya Utkin are responsible for the architecture, referring to the Byzantine ornamental style, Pierre-Yves Rochon is responsible for the luxurious interiors of public spaces, and the Mandarin Oriental service is responsible for the fulfillment of any desires.

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