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A large Russian developer wants to start work in the Far East
PIK group of companies is looking for sites for housing in the Far East. During the fifth Eastern Economic Forum, one of the country's largest developers intends to sign 4 agreements with regional authorities. We are talking about sites in Vladivostok, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Khabarovsk and Chita.
As the Kommersant, referring to its sources, in these cities, the developer can launch projects with a total area of about 3 million square meters. m .. which is approximately 40% of the current volume of work of the company. In Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, a renovation program has begun, in which PIK can participate. The plans of the local authorities to demolish 400 thousand square meters. old housing and build thousand 700 sq.m. new buildings.
In Vladivostok, the company is interested in the development of federal lands on the island of Patrokol, which should soon be put up for auction and promising sites on the Saperny peninsula. Experts see significant difficulties in implementing these plans due to logistics. All PIK's production facilities are located in the central part of Russia, so in order to start work in the Far East, the construction giant will most likely have to build its own factories or buy existing ones.