The first line of the Minsk highway development will include high-rise buildings with aesthetically acceptable facade, an office building and recreational areas. Alexander Tereshkov, chief architect of Mogilev, announced details of the project at the last weeks extended sitting of Mogilev city executive committee.
In his words, Kazimirovka residential area will be developed till 2025. Its housing fund will make over 1 million square meters. The residential area will get several pre-school establishments and secondary schools with the total capacity of 2,000 and 7,000 places respectively. There will also be children’s and adults’ out-patient clinics to accept 550 patients every shift. The project also supposes construction of shopping centres, public catering establishments, bank offices, pharmacies.
Kazimirovka residential area will get high-rise buildings (10-16 floors) in Monskoye Shosse Street, Gryunvaldskaya Street. Its periphery will not be so high (4-5 floors).
At the moment Mogilevgrazhdanproekt and Mogilevstroiproekt have already finished working documentation of the area’s general development plan. The plans suppose two variants of the area’s central street design. The first one includes 3 tower-buildings of a high architectural and aesthetic level. They will appear to the right of the entrance to Mogilev. Ground floors of the buildings will have consumer services. The neighbouring areas will get recreational facilities. There will be an office centre opposite the tower-buildings. The centre will site shops, a hotel, catering services, banks.
The second variant of Kazimirovka area’s central street design supposes construction of high architectural and aesthetic level dwelling complexes with consumer services and recreational areas.
The first line of the Minsk highway will be developed through auctions and contests. Mogilev’s UKS has the right to construct buildings without taking part in the contest and auctions.