The Mostman is a premium-level clubhouse located at 7/14 Bolshaya Andronevskaya Street. The project of the complex was developed by BADR5, and the developer is Investproekt LLC. Exclusive rights to sell real estate in this residential complex belong to the agency Intermark Real Estate. The project is a 7-storey monolithic building consisting of two sections.
The Mostman LCD is made in a classic British style, which simultaneously combines prestige and elegance. To implement such a design idea, natural stone and forged grilles were used in the decoration of facades. Exclusive decorative elements are installed on panoramic windows with increased heat and noise insulation. Inside the residential complex will be finished with high-quality modern premium materials.
The complex provides office space, a children's studio, concierge service, storage rooms and underground Parking. You can buy an apartment in The Mostman residential complex with an area from 50 sq. m. to 215 sq. m. In total, 48 apartments are for sale here, the ceiling height of which is 3.3 meters. The layout of the premises is free, which allows you to realize the design ideas of the new owners. The project provides for its own territory, completely fenced around the perimeter. A garden will be laid out here, a playground made of environmentally friendly materials will be installed, and a recreation area will be organized. Part of the territory is under the roof, which allows the residents of the house to walk in the yard even in rainy weather.
The Taganka district, where The Mostman residential complex is located, is known for its rich history, unique architecture and well-developed infrastructure. The club house is surrounded by many restaurants, sports clubs, shops, parks and entertainment centers. Educational institutions, bank branches and household services are located within walking distance. Movie lovers will be able to visit the Illusion cinema, and fans of theatrical creativity will be able to visit the famous Taganka Theater. Nearby are the Museum of Culinary Art, Krutitsky farmstead, Art Institute and the Spaso-Andronnikov Monastery.