Irina Rogacheva, Head of Residential Sales at Capital Group, says, “We make every effort to create a “city within a city” in all of our mixed-use buildings, making everything a person needs for life, work and leisure available in one place. We reckoned that people save up to three hours of their personal time every day by having amenities in the building where they live. This allows residents of our facilities to effectively manage their time. The Oko Complex, currently under construction, will be not only a city within a city, but also embody a new level of quality when it comes to on-site amenities. A good example is the boutique hotel Delano Moscow, from the global hotel operator Morgans Hotel Group, which is a prominent component of our new project.
About the study
The ranking looked at 26 premium residential complexes in Moscow, 13 of which are still under construction, from the point of view of how well they were provided with social infrastructure, retail, sporting opportunities and entertainment, including nearby establishments, taking into account the privacy, closed-ness and compactness of each complex. The results of the study were indexed, which made it possible to compile 2 rankings—one for functioning complexes and the other for complexes under construction. Second place in the ranking of functioning mixed-use complexes went to Imperia Tower, and third place went to the Imperial House luxury residential complex, also by Capital Group. The study by Knight Frank revealed another curious detail as well, namely, that the average person can stay in a mixed-use complex for two weeks to a year using only on-site amenities.