On the eve of the appointment to the position of head of the supervisory board of the state corporation Tactical Missile Armament (occurred in 2016) ex-speaker of the State Duma Boris Gryzlov purchased a penthouse on Krestovsky Island in St. Petersburg worth up to 100 million rubles.
Despite the activities close to the civil service, Gryzlov is not obliged to report on incomes and real estate. The last declaration he published in 2010 as a speaker of the State Duma. Then he reflected the annual income of 3.7 million rubles. The state corporation Tactical Missile Arms, whose board of directors he headed, is not among the companies whose leaders must declare their incomes.
According to the interlocutors in the state corporation, it is planned that Gryzlov will direct efforts to develop the St. Petersburg assets: the concern "Marine underwater weapons - Gidropribor", the plant "Engine", the Research Institute of Marine Heat Engineering and the machine-building plant "Electrotyag".
The corporation could not promptly answer the questions.
According to the Rosreestr (an extract is at the disposal of the editorial office), since 2016 the property of Boris Gryzlov is a penthouse with an area of 170 m2 in an elite residential complex on Krestovsky Island with a terrace, not far from the metro station Krestovsky Island. The penthouse windows overlook the park and the green area. The territory is fenced.
The cadastral value of the property is about 50 million rubles, and the market, according to brokers, is 80-100 million rubles, depending on the "filling" of the premises. The penthouse is adjacent to another 400 m2 of space. There are no data on their owner in Rosreestr. Probably, so decorated terraces.
The neighboring penthouse in the building belongs, according to Rosreestr, to one of the notable Petersburg miliarders, the owner of a large construction business and an insurance company.
Among the neighbors of Boris Gryzlov, an elite new building of officials and politicians was no longer revealed. Almost all other apartments belong to business representatives. The cost of 1 m2 penthouse in this residential complex starts from 359 thousand rubles and reaches 425 thousand rubles, is estimated in the department of investment in property Becar Asset Management Group.
According to the NSP, Mr. Gryzlov purchased housing in the elite LCD MaXXImum on Kemskaya ul., 1, in the neighborhood with the metro station "Krestovsky Island". In a multi-elevated (8-9 floors) complex there are only two two-level penthouses with terraces with a total area of about 400 sq.m each. One of them belongs to Anton Novikov, who was the developer of the project. And the second penthouse was free, it seems, it was bought by Boris Gryzlov. According to realtors, the cost of apartments without repair (and such in the complex is almost half) is from 300 000 to 400 000 rubles per 1 sq.m.
LCD MaXXImum built in 2007, it has 129 apartments ranging from 80 to 400 "squares", in the underground parking - about 150 seats. Here, in particular, Mr. Novikov keeps a collection of Soviet retro cars. On the east side of the complex Anton Novikov built another garage for about 40 cars. It was officially put into operation in the summer of 2015, but in fact it still does not function.
The state corporation Tactical Missile Armament, which was headed last year by Boris Gryzlov, is one of the leaders in the development and production of precision weapons. The company unites more than 30 enterprises located throughout Russia, both in the capital region, and in St. Petersburg and in other cities.
In addition to this new post, Gryzlov continues to head the Supreme Council of the United Russia party. In addition, in late 2015, he was appointed to the post of plenipotentiary representative of Russia in the contact group for the settlement of the situation in Ukraine.
Earlier, from 2011 to 2016, he served as a permanent member of the Security Council of the Russian Federation. Until 2011 he was chairman of the State Duma of the fourth and fifth convocations, and before that he was the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.
Reporting is not required
It is interesting that now, despite the activities close to civil service, Boris Gryzlov is not obliged to report on real estate in property, his income and their sources. "Tactical missile armament" was not included in the number of state companies whose managers should publish such data.
The last time Boris Gryzlov announced the income statement in 2011 - for 2010, when he held the post of speaker of the State Duma. Then he reported on 3.7 million rubles of annual income, and a year earlier about 16 million rubles. The family of Boris Gryzlov is successfully engaged in business. His wife Ada and son Dmitry run one of the largest private universities in St. Petersburg, the National Open Institute of Russia (NOIR).