Russia is the most attractive destination for investors among developing markets, while Moscow is the only attractive hub for potential investors. A city of early adopters, Moscow offers several opportunities for business and investing to enter Russian market, including unique 39 Neighbourhood Centres Network by ADG group.
The network of 39 Neighbourhood centres is the company’s most ambitious and most innovative project yet. 39 former cinemas located in densely populated districts of Moscow, where there is an urgent need for quality shopping centres, will be reconstructed into a new asset class of commerce real estate. The only trend setter in Russia, ADG group aims to qualitatively change the life of modern Moscow and provide enhanced cultural, shopping and entertainment facilities specific to the needs of city`s districts. Reconstruction started in spring 2017. The current investment is set to be nearly 57 bln rubles (990m USD). The total GBA of 39 objects is 480,000 sq. m. After complete Neighbourhood centres commissioning in 2019 ADG group will become the Moscow’s largest commercial real estate owner by number of objects.
ADG group will present 'Moscow on a plate' with Neighbourhood Centres project as a package of valuable investment opportunity, guidance to Russian market and local government support.
Don’t miss the keynotes of Grigory Pecherskiy, ADG group Managing Partner, at the following sessions:
- Opening session of Moscow city government "Explore Moscow — follow the champions!", March, 13 9:30—10:45 (the Government of Moscow stand)
Grigory Pecherskiy, ADG group Managing Partner, will speak on the development of Moscow infrastructure in the lead of FIFA World Cup 2018 and opportunities for business and investing. He will also present ADG group’s Neighbourhood Centres project. Among other speakers — Sergey Cheremin, Minister of the Government of Moscow, head of the Department for External Economic and International Relations, and Sergey Kuznetsov, Chief Architect of Moscow, to speak up about positive changes in Moscow investing climate and flagman projects on the city map.
- Opening conference of Russian program "New Urban Strategies of Russian Agglomerations: how to monetize urbanity?", March, 13 11:00—12:00 (Ruby Room, Palais des Festivals)
The Government of Moscow develops business and cultural atmosphere in the capital of Russia, while ADG group broadens it beyond city centre. Grigory Pecherskiy, ADG group Managing Partner, will present Neighbourhood Centres mega-project and explain, why this unique format is highly demanded by locals and profitable for foreign business and investing.
Also in the focus: Moscow as an example of postindustrial city transformation into modern region of unique planning and architecture, attractive for local and international investments, and Russian regions development. Sergey Cheremin, Minister of the Government of Moscow, head of the Department for External Economic and International Relations, is to attend the session.