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Multifunctional complex within public transport hub Technopark"

multifunctional complex
transport hub

THE TOTAL SQUARE 53 980 sq m

ADDRESS Moscow, Andropova avenue, 10


About Project

The YE’S Technopark apart-hotel is a multifunctional apartment complex, which will be built by the Pioneer Group of Companies in the south of Moscow, one step away from the Technopark station.

The 25-storey building offers about 1000 apartments of five different formats. There are small studios with an area of ​​18.5 sq.m., improved studios, standard and improved one-bedroom apartments, as well as spacious two-room units ranging from 70 to 90 sq.m. All rooms are fully prepared for living: apartments are sold with finish fit-out, some units are equipped with all necessary furniture and household appliances.

A convenient, available and diverse infrastructure is one of the main advantages of the whole network of YE’S aparthotels. There will be a modern shopping gallery with shops on the first two floors for children and adults, a supermarket, trendy cafes and restaurants. On the third floor there will be a lobby, the actual co-working space, a fitness center, and office of the Management Company of the complex. 

The architectural concept of YE’S Technopark has been developed by the leading Russian bureau ABD architects with 28 years of experience in creating unique architectural and interior projects in Russia and the world.

The project will be built in 2021.

Anna Kofman,
Senior architect, ABD architects
When we were developing facade solutions, the main task for us was creating a modern building that does not stylistically conflict with the surrounding buildings, but at the same time dominates the main southern artery of Moscow.

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