A futuristic three-tower complex with a shared rooftop terrace and glass corridor joining the trio of buildings is to be built in Moscow.
The 35 floors of the new structures will include offices, entertainment facilities, apartments, and underground parking for 2,000 cars.
Situated close to Moscow City business center, two metro stations, and the Central Circle rail line, the complex will be part of Park Pobedy’s transport changing hub aimed at reducing traffic in the Russian capital.
The three towers will be built by Tashir property developers and will be similar to Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands.
They’re set to be completed by 2023.
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