On September 19, PSN Group held the PSN GLAMPING PARTY on the territory of the Polyanka/44 elite townhouse complex. The private event, organized under the PSN CLUB program, was attended by elite project clients, partners, and brokers, and friends of the company.

Special guests included project chief architect Aidan Potter, Gillespies landscape bureau partner Oliver Smith, designer Oleg Klodt, as well as the descendants of artist Lev Bruni, who lived in one of the townhouses in the 1930s.

Alim Geshev, President of PSN Group:

“The Polyanka/44 elite townhouse complex was a harbinger of PSN Group's development future. We understood the responsibility on our shoulders in launching an elite-class project on the market, and so we brought in a team of truly stellar professionals — British architect Aidan Potter, the outstanding landscape bureau Gillespies, and the famous designer Oleg Klodt — to create it. The project succeeded in preserving the historical heritage of Moscow, with the construction of compact new buildings in the heart of the city and a magnificent spacious garden.”

The highlight of the evening was the unveiling of the Koritsa (Cinnamon) townhouse. As noted by PSN Group Retail Sales Vice President Ekaterina Thain, the townhouse with a total area of 1,000 square meters is suitable for one family, or can be divided into four apartments.

Ekaterina Thain, Vice President, Retail Sales, PSN Group:

“The Cinnamon townhouse is a pearl not only of our project, but the whole of Moscow. We have created a unique blend of a restored building facade in the Russian Art Nouveau style with the coloristics of the National and Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park hotels in London. The townhouse is located in the very center of the complex, so it is not visible fr om the adjacent streets. The Cinnamon townhouse’s landscape is such that it has its own private territory, making it very intimate.”

The musical accompaniment was provided by the legendary jazz artist Igor Butman. Butman, one of Russia’s top jazz saxophonists, and his quartet played such works as “Caravan” (D. Ellington / J. Tizol), “Menina Moca” (L. Antonio), “Mount Harissa” (D. Ellington), and others. To the smooth sounds of jazz, guests could not only learn about the project, but relax in the private garden with its own fountain and stream, visit Konstantin Totibadze’s “Natural” exhibition (courtesy of the Vincent Art Gallery), spend time in the “vinyl lounge” with floating turntable and vintage records, try freshly rolled cigars from the historic factory favored by Winston Churchill himself, and consume warming beverages and delicious dishes. For children, a special PSN Children’s Club zone was set up, wh ere kids could draw their own pictures with a cartoonist, make personalized badges, and enjoy treats from the children's menu.

The Polyanka/44 project is a regular participant in professional real estate awards, and has won various prestigious international and Russian prizes, including in the European Property, Architectural Heritage, Urban, and WOW! awards.

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