Yekaterinburg: 47,000+ m2 of New Buildings Commissioned in January

6 February 2020 (09:09)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, February 6, 2020. Housing developers had 12 new non-residential buildings (total area: 24,700 m2) commissioned in Yekaterinburg in January 2020, the town council’s press service reports.

The Urals’ capital now has a number of new industrial, administrative, and multi-purpose structures, shopping spaces, cafes/restaurants, and car maintenance facilities.

22,600 m2 of housing also got commissioned last month (up 12% on January 2019). This amounts to two apartment buildings and 17 one-family houses.

This means the total amount of non-residential and residential facilities commissioned in Yekaterinburg in January 2020 reached 47,300 m2.

Now under Yekaterinburg’s general development plan, more than 11.7m m2 of new housing should get put up by 2025 and another 18.4m m2 in 2025-2035.

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