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Architectural concrete for Moscow residential complex

Since 2012, the Kommunarka development situated south-west of the Russian Capital has been part of the “New Moscow” district. It is located almost 8 kilometers away from the MKAD, the Moscow orbital highway. The development of this new district aims to attract a larger number of citizens so that they move out of the overcrowded city center. Furthermore, the difficult situation on the residential market in the center of the Russian capital should be eased by providing state-of-the-art, attractive apartments in the surroundings.

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