Articles by Tatyana Ryutina

Inteko Wins Tender to Create a New Suburb

Inteko, the construction giant owned by Mayor Yury Luzhkov's wife, Yelena Baturina, has won an open tender to build 955,000 square meters of housing next to Sheremetyevo Airport for an estimated $740 million.

Construction Hit by Loss of Lending Appetite

Construction companies, accustomed to doing business on credit, are becoming victims of the recent problems in the banking sector, research by Vedomosti indicates.

Moscow Region Chases Out the City's Builders

The Moscow region's government is trying to limit the appearance of certain types of apartment buildings, built by Moscow construction companies, in the region.

Battle On for Control of Moskva-City

City Hall may loose control over City, the company that manages the $12 billion Moskva-City project.

Delayed Shopping Mall Might Need a Redesign

Construction of a new shopping center on the spot of the famous Worker and Collective Farm Girl monument by the entrance to the All-Russian Exhibition Center, or VVTs, may begin in early 2004.

New Type of Town Planned on Collective Farm

Incom Realty has announced that it plans to build an entire town on the land it has purchased from the Rossia collective farm, 20 kilometers northwest of Moscow.

City Hall Allocates Land Sites for Skyscraper Ring

City Hall's slow-moving, $5 billion plan to build what it calls a ""New Ring"" of 60 skyscrapers around Moscow by 2015, between the Third Transport Ring and the Moscow Ring Road, or MKAD, took a step forward last week with the allocation of five new land sites.

City Plans to Relocate Factories From Center

City Hall is putting a stop to the ongoing uncontrolled conversion of industries in the city center.

A Plan to Make ZiL a Business Mecca

The Center for Investment Projects and Programs wants to remold the defunct ZiL truck plant in Moscow into a Mecca for small businesses.