The number of skyscrapers in the mass segment in Moscow increased throughout the year 09:02

During the year, the number of skyscrapers in the mass segment in Moscow increased by almost 35%. They write about it “News” With reference to Metrium analysts.

According to the publication, analysts chose objects with a maximum building height of 100 m, usually buildings of 30 floors and above. Housing offers in such buildings increased from 22 percent to 25 percent compared to last year.

It is stated that the complex in Pechatniki has become the highest complex in the mass market segment for the second year in a row. There the height of the building is 225 m, and for the square meter of housing you will have to pay 351.4 thousand rubles.

On average, for a square meter of housing in the mass segment of new high-rise buildings, the buyer will pay 347.1 thousand rubles, which is 3.3% more than last year.

Before that, Sergei Staroverov, Deputy General Director of Economics and Finance of the developer Setl Group reportedHe said that the housing market in Russia may be in deficit for the next 10 years.

Previously Mishustin in the name Avoid excessive optimism.

Source: Gazeta


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