In order to form a multi-central city structure and to create a comfortable life environment and new centers of attraction in the suburbs, the city has to closely partner up with its investors.
This idea was expressed by Natalia Tischedorf, the manager of Romanov Property Holdings Fund, during her speech at Moscow Urban Forum 2015.
Natalia Tischedorf, the manager of Romanov Property Holdings Fund,delivered a speech in the framework of the business program of Moscow Urban Forum in the session “Multi-central city model: drivers of development” on October 16.
The session was opened by Marat Khusnullin, deputy Mayor of Moscow for city planning policies and construction. He pointed out that in many aspects of life quality and city environment Moscow outperformed London and New York. In the previous five years 41.5 mln sq.m. of real estate were commissioned in the Russian capital. Over 50% of these facilities were build in the new territories.
One of the main goals of modern Moscow development is to create a comfortable environment with the city dwellers not only in the center, but also in the suburbs. An important part of this process is the development of infrastructure (public space, parks, office buildings, and trade centers) in the new residential districts.
In order to form a multi-central city structure and to create a comfortable life environment and new centers of attraction in the suburbs, the city has to closely partner up with its investors, - said Natalia Tischedorf, Manager of Romanov Property Holdings Fund. She also pointed out, that for city planning projects to be efficient and essential for the city, both investors and developers had to understand their prospects and development thrust.
Among the participants of the discussion there were Yury Grigoryan, head of Project Meganom bureau; Lawrence Barth, professor of urbanism in the post-graduate program of London Architectural Association School; Vicente Guayart, founder of the Catalonia Advanced Architecture Institute, and many other experts.
RD Group was an official partner of the 5th Moscow Urban Forum this year. The business program of the forum included a press-conference of Romanov Property Holdings Fund at which the investment fund announced its partnership with the German company ECE - one of the leaders in the European trade property management market. RPHF purchased 50% of shares in ECE Russland, company specializing in rendering professional trade centers management services in the territory of Russia.