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Resident SPV erected residential complex in the suburb of Vladivostok
The seaside company Renaissance Active, which is a resident of the free port of Vladivostok, has commissioned two apartment buildings overlooking the Amur Bay. About 1,8 billion rubles was invested in the Akademichesky residential complex in the suburbs of the Far Eastern capital.
The complex consists of 25-floor high-rises on 576 apartments, most of which are one-room. According to the press service of the Far East Development Corporation, this has become a feature of the residential complex, since in the suburbs of Vladivostok mostly offer large apartments, individual houses and townhouses. “Odnushki” turned out to be in demand - they already bought 290 of such apartments at Akademichesky. And the overwhelming majority of buyers are residents of Vladivostok.
According to Anatoly Nahtigal, general director of Renaissance Active LLC, the company has relied on high-quality environmentally friendly materials, modern security systems and life support. The advantage of its project, the resident also considers a good location, proximity to the sea and transport accessibility.