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A three-storey mansion with an attic on Myasnitskaya Street in the Basmanny district. The mansion is surrounded by city estates, memorial apartments, theaters. The nearest metro stations are Sretensky Bulvar, Krasniye Vorota and Chistiye Prudy, which are a 5-minute walk away.
The mansion was built in 1810 by the architect D. A. Tyurin for the philanthropist Demidov. Since 1829, the building housed the Imperial Moscow Post Office. In 1850, the St. Petersburg architect A. K. Kavos was invited to Moscow, who reconstructed the mansion, since then the exterior of the building has not changed. Currently, the mansion is a monument of history and architecture, better known as the Old Moscow Post Office. The mansion with an office planning features a standard office finishing. There is a security point on the ground floor. Access to the building is carried out through turnstiles, there is a 24/7 security and a video surveillance system.
The mansion is suitable for headquarters, a representative office of a company or rental business.< / p>