Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin continues to take radical measures to improve the transport situation in the capital. According to RBC daily, the mayor stopped the construction of shopping complexes in the Central Administrative District of the capital.
In total, the construction of about 400 thousand square meters was frozen. m of real estate, which is approximately four mega malls in area. The city hall does not specify what kind of projects are in question. It is precisely known that a shopping complex near Pushkinskaya Square will not be built - the matter will be limited to parking and interchanges.
It is possible that construction will be “frozen” on the squares of Belorussky and Paveletsky train stations. Since a pit has already been dug in front of the Paveletsky station, an underground parking will most likely be built there.
It is worth noting that the preparation of documents for the construction of shopping complexes in the Central Administrative District was stopped by Yuri Luzhkov back in the 2008 year. Such a restriction should have been valid until the enforcement of land use and development rules in Moscow, which are still not prepared.