Real Estate


No. 67, June-July 2010

In the Shadow of Moskva-City

  • June 16, 2010
The massive surface of the Presnensky district is used to having its face changed. In 1908, its local tributary was wrapped in an underground tube, only to see daylight as it flowed into Moscows principal river next to where the Russian government building now stands.

How to Hand Out Cash

  • June 16, 2010
Mortgages are on the rise. Many pre-crisis buyers who postponed planned purchases have now returned, and there is high demand for housing in Moscow. Theres a buzz felt about town.

Rentals in the Region

  • June 16, 2010
The seasonal recovery in demand for out-of-town properties continues in both the elite and business-class sectors of the suburban rental market and it is likely to last until mid-July.

Words, and Only Words

  • June 16, 2010
You maybe forgiven for thinking that any foreigner with a smattering of English could come to Russia and get by working in the residential property market.

Architectures Art of Regeneration

  • June 16, 2010
Moscows second Architecture Biennale ran at the end of May on Krymsky Val Ulitsa in the Central House of Artists. Although the venue itself had once been under threat of demolition to make way for Intekos proposed Apelsin housing complex, the predominant theme for this years event was the rebuilding of the existing.
No. 67, June-July 2010
No. 67, June-July 2010
Architecture's Art of Regeneration
Words, and Only Words
Rentals in the Region
In the Shadow of Moskva-City
How to Hand Out Cash