Moscow is the capital and the biggest metropolis of Russia with more than 17 million citizens. It is a prominent hub of science, culture, policy, and economy. It takes the 9th place as the most expensive global city and has one of the largest economies worldwide. Besides, Moscow has the lowest level of unemployment in the country. The leading city’s industries are textile, beverage, and metallurgy. In addition, there has recently been a rise in IT services, and machinery production sectors. Also, Moscow is among the key world helicopter producers as well as rocket engines and planes.
Moscow is the leading financial hub of Russia with the largest banking institutions, gas and electricity companies, media and technology enterprises like Gazprom, 1C, ABBYY, Beeline, Yandex, etc. Moscow city is linked with local and international destinations by five international airports. Apart from this, the city has three freight ports.
Numerous state programs have been launched in Moscow to develop the city’s environmental and life quality, to maintain economic growth and make appropriate investment conditions, to build up Moscow with business centres where companies will be able to rent serviced offices. A lot of attention is paid to the development of a stable-functioning and safe transport network. Simultaneously, the planning program requires preservation of the historical and architectural complexes simultaneously with the creation of proper conditions for the real-estate investment. The government intends to create competitive conditions for high-tech startups and industrial enterprises and to ease the access to financial funds.
The Central Business District is situated in the middle of the Garden Ring around the central part of the city. Also, it occupies the neighbourhood along the 1st Tverskaya- Yamskaya Street. The CBD includes the high concentration of Class A offices in Moscow city top business centers.. Besides, the tenants of the district are offered workplaces with competitive lease terms and optimal budgets. Among the leading uccupiers are international and national banking institutions, investment groups, consulting and law associations, oil enterprises, gas companies.
It is among leading international business districts on Presnenskaya embankment in a few steps to the White House administrative complex. This business hub boasts 15 high-rises, extensive parking areas and provides more than 130 dining options. Furthermore, office spaces occupy more than 70% of the total district space. Moscow City is properly connected with the main Moscow spots by three subway stations. In addition, the pedestrian bridge of Bagration links the Moscow city business centers with Kutuzovsky prospekt – one of the central Moscow streets. The bridge is a perfect observation spot to all skyscrapers of the district.