SSD – Svetlyy Mir Zhizn Residential Complex – Saint Petersburg - Project Profile
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Seven Suns Development (SSD) announced plans to build the Svetlyy Mir Zhizn residential complex on an 113,400m2 area on the territory of the former "Samson" meat factory at the Moskovskoye shosse, 13, Moskovsky district, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
The project involves the construction of four buildings of 15 to 25 story, 2642 apartments, recreation areas, playgrounds, a shopping complex, and parking facilities for 1,000 vehicles, and the installation of elevators, security system and power facilities. The project will be developed in two phases.
The first phase includes the construction of two buildings of 15 to 25 story with 1,279 apartments, and the second phase includes the construction of two buildings of 23 to 25story with 1,363 apartments and a shopping complex.
An in-house division of SSD will undertake the construction activities.
Studio AMM has been appointed as the architect.
Documentation works are underway.
The Svetlyy Mir Zhizn residential complex project involves the construction of four residential buildings on 113,400m2 of area in Moskovsky district, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
The US$169 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 15 to 25 story buildings
2. Construction of 2,642 apartments
3. Construction of recreation areas
4. Construction of playgrounds
5. Construction of a shopping complex
6. Construction of parking facilities for 1,000 vehicles