The Garden-Labyrinth residential complex is part of the architectural Quarter on the Patriarchs. This unique residential complex is located in the prestigious area of old Moscow – Patriarchal Ponds, at Bolshoy Kozikhinsky Lane, 14, page 2. The developer has successfully chosen the location of the project – the area is distinguished by excellent transport accessibility, the presence of a large number of cultural and historical monuments and developed infrastructure. A kilometer from the complex there is a Garden ring, a little further there is a convenient exit to Tverskaya Street. The nearest metro station, Tverskaya, is a 5-minute walk from the house.
Bulgakov Square is located directly opposite the residential complex Garden-Labyrinth, a little further away are the Patriarch's Ponds. Pushkin and Novopushkinsky squares are also within walking distance from the house. The infrastructure of the district is well developed – there are many strong educational and preschool institutions, elite boutiques, restaurants, beauty salons and fitness centers.
The cultural and historical infrastructure is represented by the Pushkin Theater, the Museum of Modern History, the Praktika Theater, the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, the Chekhov House Museum and other famous Moscow objects. The ecological situation in the area, given that it is the center of the capital, is quite good.
You can buy an apartment in the Garden Maze residential complex in the area range from 63 to 250 square meters. All 20 apartments presented in the house have designer interiors, are equipped with wooden double-glazed windows, Italian metal entrance doors and high 3.3 meter ceilings. The windows of the complex offer a beautiful view of Bulgakov Square and the historical buildings of old Moscow.
The project of the Garden-Labyrinth residential complex was designed by architects Shevchenko and Dubrovsky, and its construction was completed in 2004. The residential complex got its name due to the planted plants decorating the facade of the building along the entire height. It is noteworthy that the care and watering of flowers is carried out using a fully automated system. The residential complex is a reconstruction of a historic mansion, 5-7 floors high. Semicircular bay windows, majestic columns, panoramic windows and elements of traditional architecture allowed this house to fit perfectly into the general building of old Moscow.