Moscow expects growth in foreign direct investment, which is 2013 and 2014 are forecast to reach $8 billion and $10 billion, respectively.
The investment forecast was reported by Bloomberg, which cited Sergei Cheremin, Head of Moscow’s Foreign Economic and International Relation.
“Investors are beginning to have faith in the stability of the Moscow market,” Cheremin asserted. He also noted that investors are interested in projects involving the construction of hotels and technoparks.
APARTMENTS AT ROMANOV ALLEY
One alternative to traditional hotels are business-class serviced apartments. This is exactly what is planned for the pedestrian street Romanov Alley, which is situated between Mokhovskaya Street and Romanov Pereulok. The project investor is the Luxembourg company Moscow Construction and Development and the builder is RD Group (part of RD Group).
According to the investor’s concept, Romanov Alley will harmoniously supplement the infrastructure of the Romanov Dvor business complex and will allow for the formation of the perfect work and leisure environment for the sophisticated business audience.
A PLACE FOR WORK AND LIFE
Top managers of major international companies working at Romanov Dvor will have the opportunity to live on the neighboring Romanov Alley in the European atmosphere to which they have grown accustomed. The ground-level premises of the buildings along the alley will host cafes and restaurants: it is expected that by the end of this year the French bakery Paul will open there as will Dolmama, a restaurant offering oriental and fusion cuisine.