The Pravda business-class urban quarter will be built at the site of what used to be the premises...
Pravda Business Park
The Pravda Urban Culture Center is a new industrial conversion project by PSN Group.The Pravda Urban Culture Center boasts a rich history: it used to house the largest Soviet publishing house. The Pravda Urban Culture Center will soon become a new magnet for creative initiatives, active lifestyle, and advanced digital and social projects.
- Address24 Pravdy Street
- Area147 349 sqm
- PriceOn request
The Pravda Urban Culture Center is a new industrial conversion project by PSN Group. The first project of its kind, Novospasskiy, was completed by PSN Group in 2008 and has since become one of the most popular business centers in its class. The Pravda Urban Culture Center boasts a rich history: it used to house the largest Soviet publishing house. One of the city's largest media, creative, and sports clusters has spread out over a floor area of 29,000 sqm. The tenants include: VGTRK, M-Production, EMG, Big Wall rock-climbing center, Moscow Curling Club, karting tracks, dance schools, city's best photo studios Crossphoto, rehearsal and sound recording studios, print shops, and ad agencies. The Pravda Urban Culture Center will soon become a new magnet for creative initiatives, active lifestyle, and advanced digital and social projects. The Pravda Urban Culture Center is within walking distance of two Metro stations: 7 minutes on foot from Savelovskaya Metro and 15 minutes on foot from Belorusskaya Metro. The Pravda Center is conveniently situation near major thoroughfares: the Third Ring Road and Leningradskoe Highway. The Pravda project is managed by PSN Group.
The Pravda business park is within walking distance of two Metro stations: 10 minutes on foot from Savelovskaya Metro and 15-20 minutes on foot from Belorusskaya Metro.
The property is situated close to Dmitrovskoe Shosse and the Third Ring Road for convenient access both to the city center and Sheremetyevo International Airport.
There is also an Aeroexpress train service to the airport from Belorussky Railway Station.
The complex grounds are home to the following infrastructure facilities:
Coffee shop, bar
ATMs, payment terminals
Clothing showrooms and stores
Car wash and repair shop
A flagship enterprise and the pride of the Soviet printing industry in the not-so-distant past, the facility was founded in 1934 as PRAVDA Newspaper's integrated printing works.
In times of old, the area had been favored by coachmen, attracted by its many stables.
For many it had been quite a surprise to have the central newspaper Pravda so far from central Moscow. The Yamskoe Pole neighborhood — or simply Yama to the locals — had been part of Greater Moscow not more than 150 years ago, albeit just the very start of Greater Moscow.
The coachmen (or yamschiks) of the period were not like the taxi cab drivers of today: in pre-telegraph times they amounted to the Empire's main communication network and the one and only information channel (same as today's nationwide media but smelling of hay).
The yamschiks drew their subsistence from the fields; the wind was playing with the tops of carrot, turnip and potato crops.
Moscow 115114, Russia
Business Quarter Novospassky
Monday – Friday
10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
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