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The development company 3S Development presented an alternative project for the development of the territory of the greenhouses of the Tauride Garden for 711 million rubles.

3S Development presented to RBC Petersburg its concept for the development of the territory of the greenhouse complex of the Tauride Garden greenhouses, created for Tandem Estate LLC. Unlike the Ginza Project holding, the author of the Orangery project, developers are betting on students, and their concept called PARNIK was rated 2.5 times cheaper & nbsp; at 711 million rubles.

“The work was presented to representatives of the team of Governor Georgy Poltavchenko last fall. The current interim governor, Alexander Beglov, is not yet familiar with the concept, ”said Evgeny Chistyakov, CEO of 3S Development. 3S Development Company is the author of the concept of redevelopment of the barracks complex of the 145th Novocherkassk Infantry Regiment and the building of the Central Design Bureau of Mechanical Engineering.

3S Development has already been commissioned by Tandem Estate LLC. On the account of partners the creation of the center of creative industries ARTPLAY Spb worth more than 3 billion rubles. and the development of the concept of revitalization of the Stables. According to SPARK, Tandem Estate LLC is owned by Luxembourg-based Numisma Invest S.A.R.L.

According to the alternative 3S Development project, a multifunctional cultural and educational platform and an inter-university center of professions of the future called PARNIK will appear on the site of the greenhouses. “About 300 thousand students are studying in St. Petersburg, but there is still no single inter-university center in the city where you can get acquainted with the professions of the future and study them,” says Evgeny Chistyakov.

Among the main residents, the creators of the park see more than 70 higher and secondary educational institutions, as well as more than 45 companies. According to the plan, the terrain will be 100 thousand people per year: students, teachers, residents and visitors of the city. It is planned to carry out more than 40 events per year.

After updating the territory, the built-up area (including greenhouse buildings, whose area now reaches 13 thousand square meters) will be 23.95 thousand square meters, said Yevgeny Chistyakov. According to 3S Development, the entire territory will be divided into three main blocks: cultural and educational spaces with an area of ​​8.1 thousand square meters, a presentation space with an area of ​​8.2 thousand square meters. m and, finally, a recreational eco-park with an area of ​​7.65 thousand square meters. All buildings in the territory will be under one roof. On the territory it is planned to create a parking area of ​​1.6 thousand square meters.

To implement the project, 711 million rubles will be needed, which is almost 2.5 times less than the cost of the Ginza Project. The creators of the PARNIK project expect to build the planned project in 4.5 years, and recoup the investment in 7-8 years.

Earlier, the press service of the vice-governor Yevgeny Yelin announced that the project would be implemented in the form of a public-private partnership. Under a concession agreement with Smolny, the investor will receive a 49-year lease plot, reconstruct it, and upon the expiration of the contract, transfer it to St. Petersburg.

Last week, Acting Governor of St. Petersburg Alexander Beglov signed a decree on concessions for public space in the place of greenhouses, wrote Subject of the contract & nbsp; - reconstruction and operation of an object of social and cultural purpose at the following addresses: Potemkinskaya St., 2, lit. D, F, I and Kirochnaya St., 50, lit. D.

Within two months, the applicant & nbsp; - the TatProject company, associated with the Ginza Project restaurant holding, must agree with the investment committee on the conditions of the future concession, indicates “Real Estate and Construction”. If at this stage she will have competitors, a competition will be announced. If not, the contract will be concluded with TatProekt without bidding.

New stations of the Krasnoselsko-Kalinin metro line will open no earlier than September 2023 & nbsp; - i.e. one year later than planned. As Fontanka was informed in the committee on the development of transport infrastructure of Smolny, the St. Petersburg Directorate of Transport Construction and OJSC Metrostroy have already concluded an additional agreement on the postponement.

As follows from the city budget and targeted investment programs of the committee, in particular for 2020, the directorate approved the construction costs of the Yugo-Zapadnaya and Putilovskaya stations in the amount of 6 billion rubles. (The committee requested 11 billion rubles.).

“It was decidedly impossible to increase funding, especially in the current situation in the company (as RBC Petersburg previously reported, the company currently has multimillion-dollar wages and salaries to the Federal Tax Service, and its general director has been detained in the embezzlement case - ed.). Our colleagues were not able to explain to us why Metrostroy will sharply increase the number of workers, equipment, where it will get working capital from, "& nbsp; - quotes the publication of Vice Governor Yevgeny Yelin.

Earlier it was reported that the Yugo-Zapadnaya and Putilovskaya stations will be commissioned by June 2022. The construction cost of the Yugo-Zapadnaya & nbsp; - Putilovskaya section is 37.7 billion rubles.

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