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Project Description

Lakhta Center is a large scale project of the construction of a modern business center in Primorsky district of Saint Petersburg exercising a wide range of public functions with a developed public and transport infrastructure.

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The implementation of the project of a business bunch is caused by the necessity to construct a modern business area meeting world standards on a business environment.

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Gazprom neft business center will be built in Lakhta, in Primorsky district of Saint Petersburg, at the exit from the city between the Gulf of Finland and Primorskoye highway. Earlier at the site a sand yard was located.

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Lakhta Center architectural concept will be created based on the project which was previously designed to be constructed on Okhta promontory in Krasnogvardeysky district. The project will be significantly revised and adjusted to the new location and site layout.

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The construction of Gazprom neft business center will enable to resolve the issue of transport communication in the north-west of Petersburg. The project implies the development of new types of transport (light rail system and water communication), and the extension of the existing roads and road junctions which will enable the car drivers to drive in any direction by bypassing the center of the city.

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The ecologic situation in the area of the village Lakhta where the business complex is planned to be built, is one of the most favorable in the city. The application of environment-friendly technologies both at the stage of the construction and in the course of the operation of the complex will allow achieving harmony with the environment, creating maximum favorable conditions for the life and work of the citizens.

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Lakhta Center is a skyscraper which is accessible and convenient for all population groups, for children and adults, men and women, employees and visitors, mothers with prams and grandmothers with grandchildren, healthy people and the disabled.

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According to the international Power Egency (MEA) the power consumption in Russia exceeds the average level in the UN at 40%. Over 45% of the power consumed in Russia accounts for housing services and utilities.

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