Offers a splendid apartment with a total area of 92.50 sq. m. with private patio of 20 sq m. the complex Deluxe "Ordynka" in the historical center of the Capital. The planning solution includes a bedroom, a spacious living room, combined with a common space with a kitchen, a cozy patio. The apartments will be fully finished in loft style with the use of materials and equipment from the best manufacturers.
Seven buildings, three mansions and a manor house of the 18th century are combined into a complex, which is an organic combination of history and modern architecture. Reconstruction of the historical facade of the confectionery factory of the Moscow merchant I. D. Ivanov(later-the factory. Marat) and the noble estate of the 18th century, architect E. Yuditsky, one of the prominent masters of Moscow art Nouveau.
The interiors of the residential complex are decorated according to the author's design project, which combines luxury and understated elegance. The feeling of spaciousness of the entrance groups is achieved due to high ceilings and panoramic glazing. Soft beige-gray palette of natural stone effectively emphasizes the stylish decor elements. The spacious halls of the buildings provide comfortable Seating areas with sofa groups and a reception Desk. Project architect at the finish – Zana Tetere from Latvia.
The courtyard is fancifully decorated by landscape designers who used the reception of height differences, water bodies and sculptures, garden design in eclectic style.
The apartments have metal entrance doors with wooden trim.The glazing is made with the help of wooden Windows with aluminum profile, high level of noise insulation, protection from the sun and preservation of heat in the room. LCD buildings are serviced by HIGH-speed Thyssen elevators with designer cab trim.
Elite residential complex on Malaya Ordynka is equipped with automation and warning system against leaks, smoke, etc. Security system includes intercom, video surveillance, Concierge, qualified security personnel, modern fire protection service.
The distance to the Kremlin walls is only 1.7 km, the same distance to the Garden ring. The absence of a through passage protects the street from traffic, turning it into an oasis of peace and quiet in the heart of Moscow.