Located in the Moscow City International Business and Financial Centre (similar to London’s Canary Wharf) the Capital City complex comprises two mixed-use buildings: the Moscow Tower and the St. Petersburg Tower.
One of the largest mixed-use complexes in Europe, with a total area of 3,200,000 sq. feet, Capital City comprises a total of 141 stories of retail, office and residential space. The development also includes an impressive 2,200 parking spaces in Moscow City.
With floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views across the sprawling city, the Moscow Tower residences span floors 18 to 72, while the St. Petersburg Tower residences are located on floors 18 to 61.
The spacious apartment layouts were designed by Massimo Iosa Ghini and feature open-plan living, kitchen and dining spaces, spacious lobbies, ensuite bedrooms, walk-in wardrobes and office spaces. The apartments offer panoramic views of the Moskva River, the Moscow University, the Kremlin and the White House.
The two buildings connect on the first 19 floors, with office, retail and spa spaces throughout. The retail floors occupy an extensive, naturally lit atrium on the lower three floors.
In 2009, Capital City was nominated the Best Mixed-Use Complex at the CRE Awards.