Ilyinka, 3/8 is unmatched in Moscow. The project is set to redevelop the territory of the Warm Shopping ArcadeBuilt in the middle of the 19th century by architect Alexander Nikitin, the arcade was Moscow’s first heated shopping facility. in Moscow’s historical downtown, 300 meters away from the Kremlin, into a modern and comfortable environment while carefully restoring cultural heritage. INTECO signed an agreement with the
- Seven low-rise elite-class buildings of varied height, including three-storey historical buildings of the 19th century
- An underground car park
- A premium-class gym
- A beautified courtyard
Kleinwelt Architekten designed the architectural concept of new buildings. White stone walls, arched elements and brass and wooden ornaments will create a perfect ensemble with the historical quarters.
Public spaces will feature a neo-Russian interior. The entries to the complex will feature the exact replicas of zoomorphic reliefs from Yuriyev Polsky’s Saint George Cathedral. We signed an agreement with the Yuryev-Polsky Museum of History, Architecture and Art to use in the project the symbolic images of a griffin, lion, centaur, and a leopard.
Ilyinka, 3/8 is a unique project sitting in one of Moscow’s most ancient trading and political locations. We will be developing the area with utmost care and respect for historical heritage.Evgeny Semenov Senior Vice President — Executive Director
The Company initiated designing the architectural and urban development concept.
We obtained the approval from the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation (project of protection zones for cultural heritage sites located on Block No. 4, Moscow’s Central Administrative Area) and the Moscow government’s Draft Decree On Approval of the Requirements for Urban Planning Regulations in the Consolidated Protection Zone of Historical and Cultural Monuments No. 2 on Block No. 4, Moscow’s Central Administrative Area.
Kleinewelt Аrchitekten won the contract for developing an architectural and planning solution for the project.
The Committee of State Construction Supervision of the city of Moscow (Mosgosstroynadzor) issued a construction permit.