Comfort-class residential quarter
The design crafted by Spanish architectural firm Ricardo Bofill Таllег de Arquitectura calls for a quarter-blocked layout for the residential area with distinctive zoning into public and private spaces.
Apartments and studios in the residential community in southeast Moscow are sold directly by the developer. New construction projects on Ryazansky Prospect.
- Address2 Ryazansky Prospekt
- StatusFor sale
- MetroRyazansky Prospekt, Nizhegorodskaya Street (2017)
- DistrictNizhegorodsky, Southeastern
- HighwayRyazansky Prospect
The SREDA residential complex is conveniently located within easy reach of downtown districts and major thoroughfares. The Third Ring Road is a 5-minute drive away; the Sadovoe Koltso can be reached in 15 minutes. The neighborhood will be one of the closest to the center of the capital. The Ryazansky Passenger Hub to be constructed in the Gorod shopping mall area will connect the future platforms of the Moscow Belt Railway, the platforms of the Kursk rail line, the Nizhegorodskaya Street station of the Moscow Metro’s Kozhukhovskaya line, Ryazansky Prospekt and the Third Ring Road, thus making the new large residential neighborhood readily accessible for public and private transportation.
Elaborate land planning, a choice of economy- and comfort-class apartments, and isolation from noisy urban arteries make this one of the most attractive residential property offers currently available. The area’s new infrastructure will cater to the needs of the new estate’s residents while being seamlessly integrated into the existing infrastructure of the adjacent areas.
Well-planned zoning, a selection of economy- and comfort-class properties, and separation from noisy thoroughfares make this residential quarter one of the most appealing choices for prospective buyers. The local infrastructure will cater to the needs of residents of the new community and blend in with the existing infrastructure of the adjacent areas.
SREDA — affordable housing
in a convenient downtown residential quarter with an ultramodern environment for work, recreation, and time sharing.
SREDA — ample opportunities for
intellectual, physical, and creative development.
SREDA — a convenient location,
optimal infrastructure, and favorable social environment.
SREDA — one of Moscow’s largest
SREDA FOR FRESH
Higher floor apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious balconies.
We want you to enjoy a truly fascinating view into your future.
We offer standard layout options, but we leave the creativity up to you. With many windows and no structural walls to take care of, you can add another room to your new flat if you wish. It is for you to decide whether to make it a children’s room, a study or a walk-in wardrobe.
We want your children to walk in the shade of trees, run in the parks, and play football on even, natural turf. Landscape gardening is a serious commitment for us at SREDA. We have already made arrangements to preserve of the existing lime and chestnut alleys. We are ready to help you create an environment with balanced proportions of nature and the city.
SREDA FOR FREEDOM
We have removed thresholds and steps at the entrances to hallways and first-floor elevator lobbies. No more lifting strollers or heavy suitcases to enter a hallway or an elevator. We have provided areas for temporarily storing household items on the ground floors and permanent storage rooms on the basement floors. Nor have we forgotten about car owners. The elevator will take you to any upper floor straight from the parking lot.
We have removed thresholds and steps at the entrances to hallways and first-floor elevator lobbies. No more lifting strollers or heavy suitcases to enter a hallway or an elevator.
We have provided areas for temporarily storing household items on the ground floors and permanent storage rooms on the basement floors. Nor have we forgotten about car owners. The elevator will take you to any upper floor straight from the parking lot.
We have designed an integrated system of bikeways, paths, welcoming tree-lined alleys, sports fields and playgrounds.
Double exits serve to separate the courtyard space from the street, creating a safe environment for walks, sports, and games.