Kommersant.ru published an extensive report on the opening of the third phase of the Class A business center Romanov Dvor in the center of Moscow.
The publication notes that the third phase of the Romanov Dvor office center is a unique example of new construction fitting in harmoniously with the established architectural setting of the center of Moscow. This building of 8000 sqm is located 500 meters from the walls of the Moscow Kremlin and marks the completion of the comprehensive development of Quarter 41, situated between Mokhovaya Street and Romanov Pereulok.
The participants of the opening ceremony included Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development and Construction Marat Khusnullin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of RD Group Gagik Adibekyan and businessman Ruben Vardanyan.
“Romanov Dvor is not simply a business center. It is a new public space for Moscow – a center of attraction for city residents and tourists, tenants of the business complex as well as students and everyone else who wants to take a break from the pace of big city life,” Kommersant.ru quotes Gagik Adibekyan.
Marat Khusnullin, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Urban Development and Construction: “The new building of the Romanov Dvor complex creates a legacy for the city. RD Group rebuilt existing architectural monuments and integrated the modern business complex into the historical urban environment.”
The third phase of the Romanov Dvor business center was built in compliance with the most advanced technical and engineering requirements and in consideration of BREEAM green building standards.
The developer of the Romanov Dvor business complex is the international holding RD Group. The architectural concept was created by Popov & Architects. Construction was carried out by RD Group (part of RD Group) and the facility management is provided by RD Management (part of RD Group).