Etalon Group gets sales underway for residential project in Moscow

Writer, Stock Market Wire
Wednesday, February 13, 2019 - 10:29

Etalon Group said Wednesday it had launched sales for the final stage of its residential project Normandy in Moscow.

The total net square acreage of this stage, which consists of two buildings of 10-21 storeys and underground parking for 296 cars, amounted to 34,400 sqm, including 28,400 sqm of apartments. The total net square acreage of the project is 123,000 sqm.

'A comfort-class residential project, Normandy will consist of five buildings with variable heights up to 24 storeys, underground parking, a pre-school for 125 children and commercial premises,' the company said.

Etalon Group said it plans to complete this phase and the entire project in 2020.


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