Mansion Leningradsky Prospekt 31-9
A one-story mansion on Leningradsky Prospekt in the Tverskoy District. The mansion is recognized as a cultural heritage site. Since 2003, the building has housed the Parisienne French restaurant. Seven-meter ceilings, exquisite silver stucco moldings, mirrored fireplaces retain the spirit of imperial luxury, which is carefully emphasized by modern interiors and baroque decor elements. The adjacent territory features an area for a cozy summer veranda. The mansion is suitable for a restaurant.
The building is located next to the Romen Theater, Openwork House, Dynamo Park and Leon Mantashev's stables. Surrounded by business centers and residential complexes, the mansion provides convenient access to Leningradsky prospect and TRR. The nearest metro station is Dynamo, which is a 15-minute walk away.
The mansion decorated with elegant tiles was built in 1882 and is known as the "Tsar's Pavilion of the XV All-Russian Trade, Industrial and Art Exhibition". The building was designed for the royal family by architects Weber and Kaminsky. The Tsar's pavilion was intended for the rest of the imperial couple of Alexander III during large festivities on Khodynka. In 1896, the pavilion hosted a dinner party in honor of the coronation of Nicholas II. The rest of the buildings of the exhibition ensemble have not survived.