FSK "Leader" will build a new residential quarter in the Moscow region Mytischi

The company of Vladimir Voronin in a hurry to build up the choking of the surplus of residential real estate near Moscow by new giant quarters.
FSK "Leader" will build a new residential quarter in the Moscow region Mytischi, investing in the construction of 19.6 billion rubles. Developers who build in the region, try to choose areas closer to the Moscow Ring Road: such apartments can be compared with the sleeping areas of the city. But the price of flats on different sides of the highway still differs by almost a third, and there are almost no places for construction right next to the MACD.

FGC "Leader" Vladimir Voronin will build the "Danish quarter" in Mytishchi district near Moscow, told "Kommersant" two realtors. The press service of the developer confirmed this. In the settlement of Nagornoe, on the outer side of the Moscow Ring Road, there will be a residential complex of five buildings with a total area of ​​361 thousand square meters. m, of which 220 thousand square meters. m - housing. The total area of ​​the site is 17.85 hectares. The first phase of construction is planned to be completed by 2021. President of FGC "Leader" Vladimir Voronin estimated the total investment in the project at 19.6 billion rubles.

According to the director of bnMAP.pro Sergei Lobzhanidze, the construction costs of the "Danish quarter" may be at least 11-12.1 billion rubles. for apartments and 0.8-1 billion rubles. on the related infrastructure. The General Director of Geo Development Maxim Leshchev estimated the plot without the relevant documentation permitting housing construction at 1.7 billion rubles. "Now developers prefer not to buy a site, but to pay a share to their owners built apartments," continues Mr. Leshchev. He adds that in this case, payments to the owner of the site in Nagorny can reach 4 billion rubles. throughout the life of the project. With a total investment of 17.1 billion rubles. its profitability will be about 20%, if the costs rise to 19 billion rubles. - 10%, said Sergei Lobzhanidze.
FSK "Leader" is building housing in Moscow and the Moscow region. Last year, the company surrendered 535 thousand square meters. m of housing. Taking into account the results of DSC-1, which entered the structure of the developer in 2016, the volume of commissioning amounted to 971 thousand square meters. m.

Near Moscow suburbs (up to 10 km from the Moscow Ring Road) remains attractive to developers in comparison with more remote areas in the region. "The proximity to the Moscow Ring Road with good transport accessibility makes it possible to compare the project with the similar one in the sleeping areas of Moscow," explains Mr. Lobzhanidze. According to the head of the analytical center TsIAN Alexei Popov, in the first half of 2018 in the near suburbs of the developers brought to the sale of about 80 buildings with a total area of ​​1.1 million square meters. m. "This indicator is identical to what was in January-June last year - 1.15 million square meters. m in 83 buildings, "- said the expert. In addition, developers have received permits for the construction of approximately 310 buildings with a total area of ​​3.4 million square meters. "Not all of them entered the market, but due to the limited validity period of permits, sales in projects will begin in the coming months," Mr. Popov said. According to him, this year the number of construction permits issued in the Moscow region was 1.8-2 times more than in the six months of last year. This is due to the final entry into force of amendments to the law on shared construction.

Now on the outside of the Moscow Ring Road in the active phase of implementation are 1.6 thousand lots in 45 buildings (of which 24 are built), an average of 111 thousand rubles. for 1 square. m (CIAN data as of the beginning of July). "But the difference in price is noticeable: on the inner side of the Moscow Ring Road apartments in new buildings are sold at 32% more expensive than on the outside of the ring road," points out Alexei Popov. The potential for the construction of the territories closest to Moscow along the Moscow Ring Road is almost exhausted: one third is occupied by forest tracts, Balashikha, Reutov, Kotelniki and Dzerzhinsky are close to the east. "The most convenient for construction sites in the 1990-2000s were occupied by commercial facilities," the expert cites an example, adding that in the immediate vicinity of the Moscow Ring Road there is only a place along the southern part where the strawberry fields of the Lenin State Farm and orchards of the Rosselkhozakademii.