Moscow. November 22. First Deputy Mayor of Moscow Vladimir Resin, was opened on Tuesday Imperia Tower skyscraper in the Moscow International Business Center "Moscow City".
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The "Moscow City" — one of the largest business centers in the world, bringing together in one system, multiple systems, "Federation", "Tower 2000", "Capital City", "Tower on the quay", "North Tower", "Eurasia", " Mercury, "" The Terminal, "" The Empire Tower ".
Vladimir Resin cut the red ribbon together with the head of the development company MosCityGroup (MCG) Paul Fuchs, and the chief architect, Alexander Kuzmin, the capital and other employees of the capital city administration and the construction sector.
"Now we are in a unique building. With a height of 50 floors of the building can be seen all the things that you want to see. The layout and location of the skyscraper attract visitors, residents, tenants, and all those who want to live and work here, "- said Vladimir Resin, speaking at a press conference on the opening of the complex.
In turn P.Fuks noted that the project would not be implemented without the support of the city authorities. Developer thanked Vladimir Resin, who, according to him, has provided full support to this project.
The chief architect of A.Kuzmin said that before the advent of Imperia Tower in the "Moscow City", in the territory were "barracks, abandoned industrial areas, the old dilapidated buildings."
Imperia Tower is a multifunctional high-rise complex with a total area of 200 thousand square meters. meters. In these areas are residential apartments, hotel rooms, retail and administrative space.
At the same time P.Fuks added that by mid-2013 will be put into operation the second phase of the complex Imperia Tower, which will include a small water park, and parking for more than 1,600 cars, cafes, restaurants, clinics, health centers and SPA.