Business Quarter Novospassky Dvor is located in the upcoming business area of Zamoskvorechye in the Southern Municipal District of Moscow.

  • Address
    7 Derbenevskaya Embankment
  • Area
    112 000 sqm
  • Function
    Office, Retail
  • Type
  • Status
    Vacant spaces available

Business Quarter Novospassky is one of the first industrial conversion projects in central Moscow and the largest of its kind.

Now 112,000 sqm of land afford office spaces to over 200 businesses with a combined manpower of around 15,000 employees.

In February 2008 Business Quarter Novospassky won the Premier Real Estate Awards as the Best Class B Office Complex in Russia & CIS.

Business Quarter Novospassky lies between Derbenevskaya Embankment and Derbenevskaya Street, a short walk from the Garden Ring Road and Paveletskaya Metro station. Red Square and the historic center of Moscow can be reached in 10-15 minutes.

With Paveletsky Railway Station close at hand, tenants will enjoy fast Aeroexpress train service to Domodedovo International Airport.

There is also a shuttle bus service to Paveletskaya and Proletarskaya Metro stations.The corporate transportation service is for tenants only.

Business Quarter Novospassky has a well-developed infrastructure. The list of on-site amenities includes:

Cafes, restaurants
Fitness center
Flower and gift store
Vending machines
Dry-cleaner's, footwear repair shop
Car service, car wash

The history of Business Quarter Novospassky dates back to 1823, when a small cotton-printing workshop was established on the site by the Swiss manufacturer Bucher. The original factory, employing about 500 workers, featured buildings of a wooden construction. Years later, his heirs having taken charge, new red-brick production buildings were erected by E. Zindel Cotton-Printing Manufacture Partnership.

In the years that followed, the enterprise grew until it was operating branches and warehouses not in Moscow, Narofominsk and Nizhny Novgorod alone, but also in Cinanfu, China, and the Uzbek cities of Tashkent, Kokand, and Khiva. E. Zindel had taken the factory to the leading position in Russia's cotton-printing industry. Known as E. Zindel In Moscow, the factory continued to operate until 1915. In Soviet times it was renamed to become the 1st Cotton-Printing Factory. In 1978, it changed its name once again, this time to Moskhlopprom Association's Cotton-Printing Factory.

In 2006, the production workshops were converted to office buildings, as part of the first reconstruction phase. Having been redeveloped, the factory's low-rise buildings with their original decorated brick faces and attics now create an inviting and comfortable artistic atmosphere. The developer's solicitous attitude to the legacy of the past has helped breathe new life into this unique 19th-century property.

In 2014, following the second reconstruction phase, the development was rebranded to Business Quarter Novospassky.

  • Офис, 476 м², 2 этаж
7/10 Derbenevskaya Embankment,
Moscow 115114, Russia
Business Quarter Novospassky

+7 (495) 775 7475

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