The CITYDEL business centre is situated on the first line of the Garden Ring in the Russian capital’s central business district, no. 9, Zemlyanoy Val Street. It is an unmistakeable complex, enjoying easy access to the Boulevard Ring and Moscow’s historic centre. CITYDEL is currently the largest functioning business centre to be found on the first line of the Garden Ring.
The building’s architecture is a shining example of contemporary Class A commercial property. The panoramic glazing of sections of the façade, the high ceilings, and the presence of an atrium all combine to flood the offices with natural daylight. The entrance contains a triple-height foyer, endowing the public access areas with extra room. From the offices overlooking the atrium there opens a view of an internal space, which in 2017, will house a unique installation of trees “hanging in the air” by way of an original means of suspension.
What sets the CITYDEL apart are its well-designed office premises, its superior technical standards, and the quality of its construction. Here, there are offices of from 300 to 8,000 m² in a state of completion and ready to lease. The building consists of 13 storeys; the area of a typical storey is 5,000 m².
The CITYDEL BC boasts spacious entrance halls and communal areas, high-speed KONE elevators, centralized ventilation and climate-control systems, security, access control, fire safety and CCTV systems, fibre-optic communications and much more.
For the use of tenants and visitors to the CITYDEL BC are the World Class gym, complete with swimming pool, as well as a shopping arcade. Open for business are several cafes and restaurants, a premium supermarket, and a nail bar. There is underground parking for 288 vehicles and secure ground-level parking for visitors, be they to the CITYDEL BC or to the restaurants and supermarket.
Access to public and private transport is another of the CITYDEL’s advantages, situated as it is 300 metres (2 minutes’ walk) from Kurskaya metro station on the Koltsevaya (Circle) Line of the capital’s underground system.