Real Estate


No. 69, October 2010

The Neverending Arbat

  • October 13, 2010
You are my Fatherland, one can never walk you all the way to the end goes Bulat Okudzhavas famous song dedicated to the Arbat. To the best-known bard in the Soviet Union, Arbat was more than just a street it was, in his own words, his calling and his religion.

Ostozhenka: Unusual in Every Way

  • October 13, 2010
Just next door from the multi-cultural, cross-class and eclectic Arbat, Ostozhenka could be a world away, or anywhere in the world, for that matter. Its been some 10 years since developer RGI International broke ground on the first project of what has later become known as the Golden Mile of Moscow. Market prices for apartments in its most famous buildings on Korobeinikov, Butikovsky and Molochny lanes have since increased roughly tenfold.

What's Going on in Goa?

  • October 13, 2010
Goa is a very small state in a very large country, and thousands of Russians and Brits call it home between November and March. Recent media reports describing local government allegedly squeezing out Russians in some sort of orchestrated campaign have done little to change that.

Moscow Not Ready for Suburbia

  • October 13, 2010
As developers build more high-rise apartment housing in areas over 50 kilometers from the Moscow Ring Road MKAD, transportation problems will only get worse, preventing a widespread exodus to the Moscow suburbs.
No. 69, October 2010
No. 69, October 2010
The Neverending Arbat
Ostozhenka: Unusual in Every Way
What's Going on in Goa?
Moscow Not Ready for Suburbia