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In March 2015, RDI, a leading developer in the Moscow area, is launching a third phase of the Yuzhnaya Dolina  architectural suburb into the market. Planned by well-known designers exclusively for RDI, it offers buyers a wide range of one-, two- and three-room flats with an area from 30 to 70 square metres, suitable for any taste and budget.

From the very beginning, the authors of the project – Totan Kuzembayev, Yuli Borisov, Vadim Grekov, anton Mosin and Andris Trusins, planned it as a piece of human architecture placing man and his every-day needs, both material and cultural, amid harmonious living environment. Says Dmitry Vlasov, RDI Commercial Director, “Our basic idea is to get away from standards and conventional thinking. We do not just design and build houses, but also breathe life into them. To achieve this, we receive assistance from Bar Architects, a leading US firm known for its innovative modern architecture projects. Taking pride in their designs are cities in Japan, China, Israel and America. We have done our utmost to combine in one project a comfortable life in a megacity with suburban stillness.”

Yuzhnaya Dolina is a site with a total area of 11.2 hectares in which construction of 35 three- and four-story houses is under way. Apart from dwelling houses, the project envisages  parking lots for local inhabitants and their guests, children’s and sports grounds and educational institutions including a kindergarten for 120 children with a swimming pool to be opened in the second half of next year.

A properly worked out concept, wide range of flats, developed infrastructure and the most reliable deal closing scheme complying with Federal Law 214 make the project unique and ensure a high demand for flats. The initial cost is just 2.6 million roubles. Buyers may also use mortgage schemes offered by the Russian Savings Bank and VTB 24. An alternative to this are several methods of payment by instalments. RDI plans to complete the third phase of construction by the end of 2017. Altogether, the project envisages five phases to be fully implemented by 2021.