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In Random appears “Trading Park No.1”
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In Random appears “Trading Park No.1”

A new shopping complex will be erected in the suburbs. "Shopping Park No. 1" will appear in the Noginsky district of the Moscow region.

It will be located in the village of Random, within the boundaries of the Elektrostal housing estate. The total area of ​​the object will be 30,8 thousand square meters. meters. Rental space will occupy more than 23 thousand square meters. meters. Among the tenants of the trade park, international and federal retail chains will be represented.

The opening of the shopping complex is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2015.

A new shopping center will be built in the Moscow region. "Trade park No. 1" will appear in the Noginsk district of the Moscow ...
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