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Sputnik's new city will be built up with "Far Eastern quarters"
In Primorye, a new town, Sputnik, will be built up under the Far East Quarter program. The project involves providing developers with a preferential tax regime, land plots, state support for the creation of communal and social infrastructure, subject to a reduction in the cost of housing for residents of the Far East
According to the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, representatives of the ministry, the government of Primorye, KRDV and KRPK signed an agreement on the joint implementation of projects for the complex residential development "Far Eastern Quarter" within the framework of the existing Far Eastern ASEZ.
As noted by the deputy head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Gadzhimagomed Huseynov, Far Eastern mortgages, family mortgages, mortgages with state support have formed a stable volume of demand for modern and high-quality housing. To satisfy it, the Far Eastern Quarter program has been developed.
“This is a unique support measure for the regions of the Far East, the purpose of which is not only to increase the volume of housing commissioning, but also to reduce its cost, which is especially important for Primor residents, this measure will form the basis for the creation of Sputnik near Vladivostok,” Huseynov emphasized.
According to the deputy chairman of the regional government Mikhail Petrov, within the framework of the national project "Housing and Urban Environment" this year in the Primorsky Territory it is necessary to commission 825 thousand square meters. meters of housing and in 2022 to increase the volume of construction to one million square meters. meters.
On the possible appearance in the Primorsky Territory of the first in the Far East million-plus cities said the head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Alexei Chekunkov. Such a number of residents can be achieved by uniting Vladivostok, Artyom and building a new city in this agglomeration. They plan to call it Sputnik.