The residential complex on Gogolevsky Lane 8 is a premium project in the center of Moscow near the metro station Kropotkinskaya. The complex consists of two buildings with a height of 4 and 7 floors, designed in the style of constructivism. The houses were built in 1929-1931 according to the project of a group of architects led by M. Ginzburg. Previously, the buildings were connected by a bridge-passage and an underground passage built in the foundation of the dismantled church. The flat roof of the house was also exploited: there was a solarium terrace and walking areas. Later, two residential floors were built on the flat roof. Ginzburg's innovative ideas were noticed by Le Corbusier and used in many of his landmark works.
The housing stock of the project consists of 45 apartments. In the Gogolevsky 8 residential complex, you can buy an apartment with magnificent views of Gogolevsky Boulevard, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the courtyard of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. We offer spacious two-level and three-level apartments with an area of 33 sq. m. with high ceilings of 3.6 meters. The developer provides thoughtful planning solutions: functional vertical division of space, "hidden" mini-kitchens, built-in wardrobes under the stairs, ribbon glazing of wide windows up to 3.5 meters, two-way lighting. All information can be found on the official website of Gogol 8.
Infrastructure facilities are located on the first floor of the residential complex on Gogolevsky Lane 8: a beauty salon, a photo center, an atelier of household services, a restaurant of Bulgarian cuisine, travel agencies, a law firm. Numerous cafes and restaurants, historical and cultural attractions, prestigious schools and universities, the picturesque embankment of the Moskva River are located nearby.
If you are considering buying an apartment in the Gogolevsky 8 residential complex, call us. The staff of Intermark Real Estate will advise you and organize a guided tour.