Finnish construction group YIT negotiates the sale of its last meetings in Moscow. The main contender for these areas the market is called the Tyumen developer “Cranberries”. At this company four years ago there was a project in the Moscow region, but in the capital she is still there sites.That YIT arranges to sell its two sites in Moscow, said three sources of “Kommersant” in the real estate market. It is expected that the deal will include stretches in the 3rd Civil street, 1 (area of 1.1 ha) and Willow street 8 (0.8 ha). According to interlocutors “Kommersant”, now the assets there are two main contenders — Tyumen developer “Cranberries” and the suburban VSN Invest.Kommersant’s source familiar with the situation in “Cranberries”, confirmed that the company is discussing a deal on the sites. Invest in VSN neither deny the fact of negotiations. In YIT on request “b” did not answer. Interlocutors “” I know that both companies are negotiating with banks on obtaining project financing for the transaction. Select buyer YIT will be based on the highest bid price. Collectively for your site developer wants to receive about 2 billion rubles. One of the sources of “Kommersant” does not rule out that parts may be sold separately. According to “Kommersant”, VSN Invest is ready to pay for the site not more than 1.5 billion rubles. agree With that assessment and partner of Colliers International Vladimir Sergunin: according to him, given that plots are not obtained the approvals, their cost does not exceed 1.3–1.5 billion rubles. Sold now platform — the latest Moscow the assets in the portfolio of the Finnish YIT, knows the source of “Kommersant”. Initially, the group planned to develop them yourself. In 2017 YIT even started preparing the construction site on the street and announced there the appearance of the residential complex “Lint”. But in 2019, the developer has said the refusal of new projects in Moscow and the region, explaining that the solution to a complex situation on the local markets. Interest in the development in the regions, including St. Petersburg, Kazan, Yekaterinburg and Tyumen, the developer promised to keep.In the fall of 2019 YIT established a joint venture with the “Lingonberries” for the management of apartment buildings. Including through joint business interlocutors “” call “Cranberries” the main contender for the site. “Cranberries” was established in 2004 in Tyumen, its main owner is Alexey Krukovsky.In 2016, the company announced the launch of its first project in the Moscow region: the construction of about 100 thousand sq m near the suburban town of Vidnoye. According to the Uniform resource developers at the beginning of August 2020, under construction in “Cranberries” is 577 thousand sq. m. in VSN Invest experience in development much less. On the company’s website is listed while only one project with a total area of 67 t��S. sqm LCD Red.19 in the suburban Dzerzhinsk. The sole owner of the company “Sz BCH invest” (the parent company VSN) specified Yana Glazunov, she also owns a real estate Agency VSN Realty.Managing partner of “Metrium” Maria Litinetskaya believes that, despite the fact that land in the 3rd Civil street is located more than 2 km from metro, it is more attractive for development. Minus site on Willow street — in the vicinity of the depot “Sviblovo” and the eponymous industrial Park. According to “Metrium”, on the street, you can build about 18 thousand sq m of housing comfortclass, the cost of apartments there can begin from 180 thousand rubles. per 1 sq. m. Project on Willow street will be smaller, about 13 thousand sq m, and housing prices there will start with a 170-175 thousand RUB for 1 sq. m, says Ms. Litinetskaya.Elizaveta Makarova
YIT could not resist in Moscow The company gets rid of its sites
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