August 24, 2018
Sergey Gordeev's company is creating a new public space on the square in front of Paveletskiy railway station
A new public space and a shopping and entertainment center will appear in Moscow in front of Paveletsky Railway Station.

Construction of Paveletskaya Plaza shopping and entertainment center and public space in front of Paveletskiy railway station will start in September. The total area of the project will be 80 thousand m2, leasable area 35 thousand m2. The project opening is planned for 2020.

The new center will be located in close proximity to the historical center of Moscow on Paveletskaya Square, in one of the most dynamic districts of the capital with developed infrastructure. About 350 thousand people live and work within a 10-minute transport accessibility radius from the shopping mall.

Special importance in the development of the concept of "Paveletskaya Plaza" will be given to catering facilities: about 25% of the leased area will be occupied by restaurants, cafes, food-courts, food-markets and supermarkets.

The architectural concept of the project is being developed by the well-known bureau 5+Design, whose projects have been successfully realized in China, Japan, UAE and other countries.

A special approach to the improvement of the ground area will be a distinctive feature of the project. It is planned to create a large recreational area for those who live and work in the immediate vicinity of the shopping center, as well as for the guests of the capital who come to Paveletsky Station. Paveletskaya Plaza shopping gallery will be directly connected to the subway stations, through which about 150 thousand people pass every day. It is planned to build three underground levels, including a parking lot for 500 cars. Atriums of the shopping center will become walking areas and comfortable places of rest for shoppers.

After completion of the new shopping mall and public space, the square will acquire a complete and modern look, which will favorably emphasize the architecture of the station itself.