The Novopeskovsky residential complex is located in one of the most prestigious districts of Moscow, Arbat, on the 1st Smolensky Lane, d 17. The house is surrounded by the main highways of the capital, the Garden Ring and Smolenskaya Street are no more than 300 meters away, Novy Arbat Street is 450 meters from the complex, and Smolenskaya the embankment is completely under the windows of the project. With heavy traffic on highways, residents can use the metro, the nearest station of which, Smolenskaya, is just 200 meters from the house.
Thanks to the successful territorial location of the Novopeskovsky residential complex, it became the center of the district's infrastructure. In addition to a large number of gymnasiums, shops, kindergartens and beauty salons, there are such well-known and elite facilities as the polyclinic of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, the Smolensky Passage shopping complex and the Laser Medicine Center. Almost all the buildings built in this area are historical monuments and are of architectural value. Embassies of foreign countries, administrative offices and large office centers are also located near the residential complex. The proximity to such important facilities ensures a high degree of security in the area.
Apartment residents in the Novopeskovsky residential complex can also use their own infrastructure. On the territory of the complex there is a beauty salon with a solarium, a fitness club, a cafe, a playground for sports games, a billiard room and much more. Underground parking is designed for 119 cars. On the territory of the complex there is a separate Parking for the transport of guests. There is a stylized barbecue area in the courtyard of the house. The territory is completely fenced, there is round-the-clock security and video surveillance, a concierge service.
It is possible to buy an apartment in the Novopeskovsky residential complex with two, three or four rooms, with an area from 131 to 305 sq. m. In total, 87 apartments with high 3-meter ceilings and panoramic wooden windows are provided in the 16-storey monolithic house. The house was commissioned in 2000. Natural stones, sculptural products and porcelain stoneware were used in the exterior decoration. The composition of the residential complex was based on the architecture of the 1950s. The common areas of the house are decorated in the same style. Modern communication and engineering systems have been installed. The house has an OTIS silent high-speed elevator, there is its own heating point. A fire alarm system and a smoke extraction system are provided.