Kutuzovskiy prospekt, 2/1s1
1701.4 млн. р. id 7500
Legendary Hotel "Ukraine" We offer you a magnificent three-level penthouse of 507.8 sq.m in one of the unique towers. The luxurious finish is made in the Art Deco style. The decoration uses expensive natural materials, Italian marble, onyx, natural wood. All plumbing "Villeroy & Boch", windows "Schuco", screens "Cavallini", Canadian oak floors, furniture from "Roberto Cavalli", and "Versace". Technique – "Miele", "Liebherr", "Bang Olufsen". Chandeliers and lamps "Baccarat". Split system "Daikin"
Planned: first level - spacious hall, dressing room, large living room with fireplace, kitchen-dining room, master bedroom with its own bathroom and dressing room, guest bathroom. A guest bedroom with its own bathroom, a large open balcony with panoramic views of Moscow.
Second level - kitchen-living room, bathroom, laundry room.
The third level is a magnificent study with floor-to-ceiling windows in a circle and access to a private terrace.
Two parking spaces in the underground Parking.
The hotel "Ukraine" got its appearance thanks to a group of architects: Academician of architecture, President of the Academy of Architecture of the USSR Arkady Mordvinov, design engineer P. A. Krasilnikov, co-author on the project of residential buildings V. G. Kalish and co-author on the project of stylobate - Doctor of Architecture Vyacheslav Oltarzhevsky, who studied the construction of skyscrapers in New York and specialized in the design and construction of hotels.
The building is characterized by the following compositional solution: the central building with a tower with a spire is balanced by the solidity and strict geometry of the wings. Corner turrets and flowerpots stylized as sheaves of wheat ears emphasize the palace architecture of the building, and the spire gives it a sublime severity. In 2005, the facade of the building, declared a monument of history and culture, was completely restored. In March 2007, full-scale reconstruction works began, including: repair and restoration of valuable details of historical interiors, modernization of engineering systems and much more, including work on the adjacent territory.