on Petrovsky Boulevard 1, Square 1673 m'

Mansion on Petrovsky Boulevard 1

Lot 2035 | 0
Tverskoy
Tverskaya
Assignment: headquarters, bank, residential mansion, office / business center
1673 m2
3 floors and basement
bare-shell
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Mansion status:
Cultural heritage
17 633 490 $
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10 977 $ m2
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A three-storey mansion with an underground level on Petrovsky Boulevard in the Tverskoy district. The historic building was completely restored according to the restoration and converting project. Decorative elements have been carefully recreated on the facades with new finishes, the windows have been replaced with modern wooden ones featuring double-glazing. Inside, all floors and stairs are made of reinforced concrete. There are modern engineering systems, a centralised ventilation and air conditioning system. The fire detectors and security systems are provided. The courtyard includes secure ground parking. In the basement with vaulted ceilings and on the ground floor, you can design retail premises, place a restaurant or a bank, while the upper floors can be occupied by luxury apartments of different size.

The mansion is located at the intersection of lively Petrovka Street and Petrovsky Boulevard within walking distance from Strastnoy Boulevard and Tverskaya Street. The main facades of the building look at the Petrovsky Vorota Square, the Moscow City Duma building and the Vysotsky monument. It is surrounded by the Hermitage Garden, the Moscow City Duma Park, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the Mark Zakharov Lenkom Theater and the State Theater of Nations. There is direct access to the Boulevard Ring Road, while the Garden Ring Road is a 2-minute drive away. The nearest metro station 'Pushkinskaya' is a 5-minute walk away.

The classic mansion was built in the late 18th century on the site of former shops and a state-owned drinking house. In the 1820s, a two-story stone house with a basement belonged to the Moscow shopkeeper Tsyganov and was converted into retail premises and shops. In the 1830s, the mansion was expanded and enlarged in area, and the corner was rounded. In 1876, the ownership passed to the Moscow merchant Borisov. By that time, the third floor was overbuilt and a gate was arranged in the eastern part of the house.

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