Barkley Corporation may refuse to build a residential quarter on the territory of the Ferein pharmaceutical plant on Nagatinskaya Street, a familiar source from a company’s top managers, and a mayor’s office official, told the owner’s developer Leonid Kazints. The complex in Nagatin-Sadovniki was to become the largest in the company's portfolio, known as the developer of the “golden mile” on Ostozhenka and building mostly small elite projects. Several years ago, Barkley changed its strategy and began to launch large, but not as high-status projects, such as Barkley Honey Valley (150,000 sq. M) in new Moscow. The company also planned to build a transport interchange hub (TPU) of 300,000 square meters. m in Khimki and, as told Kazinets, looking for partners.
She bought the right to lease 14 hectares at Ferein for this project to Barkly in the fall of 2017. She planned to build a 450,000 sq. M. m, including housing, commercial real estate and social infrastructure. But the deal has not yet been closed: the developer has not agreed on a price with the structure of the owner of Ferein, Vladimir Bryntsalov, the Vedomosti interlocutors explain. His company "Hunt-Holding" rented this site from Moscow in 2004 for 49 years.
A Barkley spokesman declined to comment. Requests to Hunt-Holding and owning the Bryntsalov-A plant remained unanswered. Contact with Bryntsalov failed.
The complex on Nagatinskaya Street was to become the largest in the Barkley portfolio. She, together with Hunt-Holding, developed the project for planning the territory adjacent to the plant. On the 58 hectares between the Warsaw highway, the production area number 2 and the Moscow River can be built 650 918 square meters. m, including 408,054 square meters. meters of housing, it follows from the protocol of the town-planning and land commission (SLC). In the presentation of the project layout, developed by Master’s Plan for the order of “Hunt-Holding” and “Barkley”, even a larger area is indicated - 886,058 square meters. m