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Real estate offers

28 April 2021

Don’t miss the opportunity to invest in unique properties that will be a profitable investment for you and your family. Our partner Moscow Sotheby’s International Realty presents to your attention projects in Moscow, St. Petersburg and the Moscow region at the stage of closed pre-sales.

Only for clients Moscow Sotheby’s International Realty have the opportunity to purchase real estate at the most favorable price.

St. Petersburg

“Three Graces” – a project that has been waiting for 15 years

  • An architectural monument of tsarist Russia
  • Located in the historical area opposite the Tavrichesky Garden, surrounded by World Heritage Sites
  • 24 executive De Luxe residences with large bright windows, high ceilings and unique fittings
  • Restoration and recreation of historical stucco decoration, stoves and fireplaces
  • Premium infrastructure on the ground floor of the club house, porter service

Cost: from 600,000 rubles / sq.m.


  • Located in the historical Gagarinsky district
  • Complex of apartments, office spaces, shops and restaurants
  • Premium apartment with white box finishing
  • Wood burning fireplaces, private terraces and spacious private loggias in the apartments
  • Area: from 32 to 210 sq.m.
  • Completion: Q4 2023

Cost: from 440,000 rubles / sq.m.

Our experts will take care of all issues related to the acquisition of commercial real estate in Moscow, from the selection of a suitable option to the preparation of all the necessary documents and their execution.

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28 April 2021
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