GVSU "Center", whose board of directors is headed by the co-owner of the SMP Bank, Boris Rotenberg, was able to successfully exit the scandalous project for the construction of a residential complex "Tsaritsyno" in the south of Moscow. The holding received two sites of former Moscow bakeries, which was controlled by the developer of the object - the owner of the grain company "Nastyusha" Igor Pinkevych. Now the businessman is in custody because of deceived co-investors.
GVSU "Center" is considering the possibility of building two sites - about 4 hectares on Mira Avenue near the station of MSC "Rostokino" in the north-east of Moscow and about 2 hectares in the 2nd Paveletskiy passage in the south of Moscow. About this, "K" told two consultants in the real estate market. In the company itself for a week could not prepare a response to the query "b". In Moskomstroyinvest reported that no documents for consideration of the town planning and land commission rights holders of these two sites have not yet filed.
The chairman of the board of directors of Best-Novostroy Irina Dobrokhotova estimates the approximate value of the sites at 0.7-1 billion rubles. According to her calculations, on both sites it is possible to build up to 150 thousand square meters. m of housing. This volume will help to raise up to 27 billion rubles. taking into account the current average prices in the primary market of 180 thousand rubles. for 1 square. m, the expert believes. But, according to one of the sources, "Kommersant", GVSU is unlikely to build up both sites exclusively for housing, there may be commercial areas.
GVSU "Center" is the oldest general contractor company: initially the holding belonged to the Ministry of Defense, then it was corporatized. Now, according to SPARK-Interfax, 97% of GVSU shares belong to ZAO "Profinance". GVSU General Director Nikolai Kozeruk, who has joint development projects with MR Group, is headed by Boris Rotenberg, co-owner of the SMP Bank. Revenue in the first quarter of 2017 (more recent data is not available) amounted to 2.288 billion rubles.
The site on Mira Avenue is on the balance sheet of Yauza-Bread OJSC, the site in the 2nd Paveletskiy Proyezd belongs to OAO Moskvorechye. These assets originally belonged to Kombizharma CJSC (now in the bankruptcy stage), where, according to SPARK-Interfax, the owner is Alexander Kashelevsky. This company acted as a co-investor in the construction of a part of houses in the scandalously known residential complex Tsaritsyno in the south of Moscow, the developer of which was the owner of the grain company Nastyusha Igor Pinkevych. According to a Kommersant source familiar with the situation, Kombipharma was controlled by Mr. Pinkevitch. Now the businessman is under arrest after Moscow mayor's office could not agree on the completion of the LCD, where now more than 800 people are officially deceived by co-investors. The construction of "Tsaritsyno" began in 2006 and is still ongoing, now the project of Mosotdelstroy №1, which belongs to the City Hall, is currently completing the project.
According to SPARK-Interfax, in 2014, the GVSU "Center" concluded with the "Kombibarma" a co-investment agreement for the construction of 185 apartments in the Tsaritsyno housing estate with a total area of almost 10 thousand square meters. m. In the construction of these houses GVSU acted as a general contractor. The rights of claim for these apartments are now pledged to the GVSU "Center". In the same year, KombiPharma took out a loan from Promsvyazbank (at that time it belonged to brothers Dmitry and Alexei Ananiev) for 1.5 billion rubles. As a pledge, the borrower gave shares to Yauza-Bread OJSC and OAO Moskvorechye. This information is contained in the materials of the court, which is now considering the case of bankruptcy "Kombibarmy." It also indicates that in April 2017, Promsvyazbank assigned the right to claim for a loan to the GVSU "Center". At the same time, the holding company also transferred collateral property - Yauza-Bread and Moskvorechye.
The construction of the sites on Prospekt Mira and in the 2nd Paveletskiy Proyezd can begin after the problem with other creditors of KombiPharma has been resolved. As part of the bankruptcy procedure from this company, 49.5 million rubles. requires some JSC "New Horizons", owned by Alexander Ryzhenkov. We could not contact the company: the phone numbers specified in SPARK-Interfax were not answered.