April 2022 Real Estate Digest COLDY


Dear friends! The COLDY team has prepared for you a new issue of the Real Estate Digest, in which we have collected the main development news.

From the Digest you will learn:

  • Metrium analysts predict an increase in demand for apartments in such large cities as Moscow and St. Petersburg. Experts attribute this to the departure of large Western companies from Russia and the migration of the released workforce to locations where the employment situation is traditionally better. Read more in the material "Construction newspaper".
  • The trend is also supported by statistics. According to Rosreestr, in the first quarter of this year, the number of mortgage transactions in Moscow increased by 19%, while sales increased by 27%. Read more about this in the materials of RIA Real Estate.
  • The publication of RBC-Nedvizhimost is devoted to the prospects for eco-construction in the current conditions. In it, Dmitry Kryuchkov, Chairman of the Board of Directors of COLDY, notes how the current economic conditions will affect the industry and what measures the market needs.
  • The Sports.ru editors, together with world hockey champion Alexander Radulov, reviewed rare sports that can be practiced at the N’ICE LOFT sports park. This includes teqball and panna, as well as the increasingly popular form of 3v3 hockey.
  • In the author's article for Stroi.Mos.ru, COLDY Commercial Director Maxim Kavariants spoke about the main features of digital offices and dwelled in detail on the quality of the IT infrastructure.
  • The piggy bank of COLDY victories has replenished. Two portfolio projects won the Move Realty Awards at once. The TALLER A-class business space was recognized as the best commercial property, and the N’ICE LOFT MFC won in the Best Moscow Apartments nomination.
  • In April, the TALLER project implementation team held a ceremonial pouring of the first cube of concrete at the base of the ambitious construction site. Together with representatives of COLDY, representatives of the architectural bureau SPIC and the general contractor FODD took part.


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