The second premium-class business center built in "White Square" began to fill up with tenants in 2013-2014. The project was started by development company Coalco, and then shares in White Gardens were sold to "VTB-Capital." This year, the business center was ultimately purchased by Roman Abramovich's company, Millhouse. The deal was estimated at $700-750 million — and only the "White Square" business center itself cost more, with which the business quarter near the Belarusskaya railway station began to grow (O1 Properties paid about $1 billion for the property). "White Gardens" is one of Moscow's few "green buildings," built from environmentally friendly materials and holding an international BREAM certificate. Each tier of the two buildings is connected by a transparent gallery arcade with spacious terraces and beautiful gardens. On the first floor, there is a lounge area with restaurants, cafes, shops and other services.
The new business center opened in the second quarter of 2014. The complex's technical equipment, according to the website of the "Radisson Royal Moscow" (formerly known as "Ukraine"), is "unprecedented" for the capital. Congress Park boasts a total area of 2,300 sq.m. including several multifunctional rooms, with the main hall spanning an area of over 1,600 sq.m. The complex can accommodate about 2,500 people. Throughout the territory, there is full WiFi-coverage with the ability to simultaneously connect up to 1,500 devices (speed of access goes up to 200 Mbit/s). There is also a four-level underground parking garage and five-star hotel within walking distance. Among the notable events that took place after the opening was the "Made in Russia" award ceremony organized by "Snob" magazine.
The Morrow Group development project, realized outside the Ring Road, is located on Kievskoye Shosse two kilometers from Moscow Ring Road, next to the Borovsky Shosse and Leninsky Prospekt. In early 2015, near the business center, which opened in 2014, a new metro station on the Sokolniki line is set to open, "Rumyantsevo." The business complex consists of 12 five-floor buildings built using energy-saving technologies. In addition to office space, there is a hotel, conference hall, a shopping arcade, fitness center, swimming pool and sports center. Wi-Fi is available on the entire territory of the business complex.
The oldest business center in Moscow on Krasnopresnenskaya Naberezhnaya, built in 1979, combines three office buildings, a conference center, the Crowne Plaza Moscow WTC hotel and the "International-2" apartment-hotel. In 2014, the WTC Congress Center hosted events such as the VTB International Investment Forum "Russia Calling," the president's annual press conference, the international business forum "The Competitiveness of Russian Business in International Markets" and the Second National Oil and Gas Forum. This year, the WTC Moscow became a partner for the program. In November 2014, the WTC was given the status of an accredited partner of Moscow's Exhibition and Convention Bureau.
The “Vodny,” or “Water,” multifunctional retail and office complex was opened in 2014 at the intersection of the Golovinsky Shosse and Kronshtadtsky Bulvar, within walking distance from the Bodny Stadion metro station. Previously, the industrial zone "Bratsevo” was located there. This is one of the first areas which the Moscow government decided to redevelop in 2011. The project has been handled by the MR Group. The structure of the complex includes a 26-floor office tower and a shopping center with over 120 shops, a cinema, cafés, restaurants, children's playgrounds and a parking facility. In the second phase of the project, in 2016, apartments covering 160,000 sq.m. will be built, capable of accommodating 3,500 people. Currently, the commercial and office complex accommodates 14,000 people. MR Group offers offices in the center not only for rent, but also for leasing (this offer is valid in the company's other new business centers as well – "Lotus" on Nakhimovsky Prospekt and “Savyolovsky City" at the intersection of the Dmitrovsky Shosse and the Third Ring Road).
This office center is located at the intersection of Leningradsky Prospekt and Khodynsky Bulvar near the Third Ring Road. The first phase of the class-B complex began in 1995, the second — class B + — in 2003, and the third, class A, in the second quarter of 2014. The area around the business center was improved with greenery, and trees were planted on the roof of the buildings. For pedestrians, the route from the "Dinamo" metro station takes about 15-20 minutes, so corporate buses are offered to take people from the metro to Arcus. This complex is conveniently located between the city center and Sheremetyevo Airport, in the district near the headquarters of Mercedes, Miele and Danone, and next door to cafes, restaurants, shopping centers, sports halls and a four-star hotel with conference facilities.