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LIFE-Botanical Garden Development Progresses

Pioneer Development
Pioneer Development

The ultra-innovative residential space LIFE-Botanical Garden has just opened its new sales office with expansion plans to the Northeast of Moscow. The complex's showroom is now open  next to the North hall of the metro station "Botanical Garden", and directly opposite the newly built LCD. 

The master plan LCD LIFE-Botanical Garden was designed by Japanese architectural firm Nikken Sekkei. A line of credit provided by Sberbank CIB in the amount of 12 billion rubles will be used for constructing 9 monolithic apartment buildings replete with spacious terraces and high quality furnishings. The project, focused on sustainability and low environmental impact, is to have its own complex infrastructure including: heated underground Parking, guest Parking, shops and a service company, a kindergarten for 240 children and a school for 550 pupils. According to the developers, future residents will also have landscaped courtyards with walking areas, children's playgrounds, and many more amenities.

LIFE-Botanical Garden
The LIFE-Botanical Garden planning model

Construction of a new residential quarter began in May of this year, and is slated to be completed in stages up until the end of 2018. The developers of these new residential spaces will utilize technologies of Japanese residential construction, in order to maximize convenience, while at the same time providing ultimate comfort to residents. The first phases are already under construction, with two 24 story towers (buildings K1, K2). One feature of these units will be balconies with panoramic views. 

The just opened sales office reflects the full concept of the new residential district according to Pioneer. It's proximity of the Tsytsin Main Moscow Botanical Garden of the Academy of Sciences is no accident, as this idea of life in a "green corner" of an urban landscape is central to the concept. The Japanese architectural firm Nikken Sekkei, – decorated the glass facades of the sales office with enlarged photographs of fern, ginkgo and other plant species leaves, and the offices have a living green wall, a flowerbed, indoor trees and a round meeting rooms made completely of natural stone.

For more information readers should visit or contact Pioneer Group, the developers of the project via link or phone at: +7 (495) 987-35-35