Moscow City is a real cluster of business and modern technology in the very heart of Moscow, some four kilometers from the Kremlin. It organically combines residential areas with a unique view of the city, shopping areas, bird-eye observation decks, entertainment centers and numerous offices. Here the most significant conferences and meetings of heads of companies are held, multimillion-dollar transactions are concluded and cultural events take place. If you want to plunge into the megalopolis life of the future and see Moscow in a completely new way - Moscow City is waiting for you!
It is not difficult to get to the "business heart" of Moscow by private car or taxi - it's located almost in the very center of the city. If we consider the option of public transport, then the easiest and fastest way is to use the subway - in Moscow City there are several stations at once, they are located in different towers, so you can immediately get into not only the right quarter, but also the right building!
Traveling by ground public transport, you can focus on the following stops:
All these stops are very close to Moscow City.
The idea of a business center creation on Krasnopresnenskaya embankment was developed back in 1992 with the permission of Mayor Luzhkov. At that time, Moscow was already actively participating in the international market and the city needed new areas for business, as the available resources were simply not enough for the rapidly growing number of private companies.
The proposal for high-rise construction was made quite timely, although it met with a lot of criticism - not everyone liked the idea of diluting the architecture of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with tall boxes of glass and metal, especially considering that the construction site was allocated at a distance of four kilometers from the Kremlin.
Nevertheless, the place was cleared of twenty industrial enterprises and put into operation by digging a pit, which marked the beginning of Moscow City construction in the neighborhood of the Expocenter and the World Trade Center, which in those years were the tallest buildings in the district, and later they were lost in the background skyscrapers.
Full-scale construction began in 1998, and the Bagration (commercial and pedestrian bridge) and Tower 2000 were commissioned. Then, other high-rise buildings began to grow literally before our eyes - unique towers with diverse designs and unusual architectural solutions continue to be built today, creating ever new areas for living, working, relaxing, trading and entertaining.
This is perhaps the most technically complicated structure of the complex - three metro stations pass right through it, it has a parking for almost three thousand places, a shopping center, a concert hall and a cinema hall, an entertainment complex and a hostel.
A 34-story skyscraper on the right bank of the Moskva River opens a passage to the Bagration pedestrian bridge. In addition to offices, the building has retail space, underground parking and a restaurant.
The unique spiral building is inspired by the structure of the DNA chain and reaches a height of 54 floors. The building has a shopping center, restaurants, offices, access to the Bagration Bridge, a metro landing station and underground parking.
A universal office and entertainment complex combines residential apartments, office and retail space.
This complex is a symbol of Moscow and St. Petersburg, the two main cities of Russia. There are residential apartments, offices, a seventeen-story atrium, shops, a fitness center, conference rooms and restaurants. The buildings were commissioned in 2010.
This complex has three towers of various heights - from 17 to 59 floors. The entire complex was commissioned in 2008, and it has upscale offices, underground parking and retail space.
Passengers are transported from Vnukovo and Sheremetyevo airports to Moscow City by rail through this main interchange hub. The terminal has several underground levels with metro stations and public transport. Also in the building there are a hotel, offices, parking, retail space and consumer services. The building has been in operation since 2017.
The 309-meter-high office and recreation tower combines a fitness center, an entertainment complex, restaurants and shops - you can spend a whole day here, and still you will not get bored! The remaining area is divided into office premises, a hotel and a large parking lot. The building has been in operation since 2014.
Two high-rise towers on the same stylobate combine residential and office areas, restaurants, a full range of commercial and domestic premises, underground parking and many other options necessary for a comfortable stay and work. The tower was commissioned in 2018.
The futuristic tower combines the areas of residential and non-residential stock, as well as cultural, commercial and domestic objects - there are offices, residential apartments, trading floors, cafes and restaurants, underground parking. The building was commissioned in 2013 and is the third tallest not only in Moscow City, but also in Europe.
The multifunctional building consists of two towers on one stylobate and includes a residential complex with a height of 79 floors and an office tower, in which 28 floors are given for office space.
This is a complex of two high-rises - one is an administrative building, and the second is a parking 16 floors high for 3740 cars and a residential hotel complex with an area of 30,000 square meters. The main tower has 122.5 thousand square meters of residential and office space, as well as more than a thousand square meters of retail space.
This is one of the smallest towers of the complex, which nevertheless accommodates a huge number of offices, parking, an atrium 18 floors high with a dome, healthcare facilities, restaurants and cafes, a fitness center, a concert hall and many other institutions. The building was the third in a row in Moscow City - it was commissioned in 2008.
An amazing observation deck at a height of 56 floors offers a truly breathtaking view of the architecture of Moscow City. In addition to acquaintance with the history of Moscow architecture and an overview of the city panorama, you can see utopian projects of USSR architects, examine and touch unusual installations and just have fun! Excursions are held from 16:00 to 22:00 on Mondays and from 10:00 to 22:00 on other days.