The former territory of the Moscow stud farm No. 1 in the Odintsovo district, with an area of 84.8 hectares, will be received by Ulyanovsk LLC Integral, which offered about 1 billion rubles for the plots put up for auction, Vedomosti writes.
Interestingly, according to the Chekko portal, Ulyanovsk businessman Damir Abdrakhmanov became the owner of Integral only in 2021. The authorized capital of the company is 10 thousand rubles and for all 7 years of its existence it showed zero revenue.
The developer himself now owns another 12 companies, and 10 of them are either recently established or have shown zero reporting in recent years. In 2022, only Ruska-Nedvizhimost LLC and UK Shopping Center LLC managed to earn money, and even then not much – 18 million rubles and 6.3 million rubles, respectively. So the source of 1 billion rubles for the purchase of land near Moscow from Mr. Abdrakhmanov offhand is not visible.
However, according to the Unified Resource of Developers, Novaya Zhizn currently has 55.5 thousand square meters under construction. meters of housing – both in the Ulyanovsk (New Life microdistrict), and in Moscow – the premium-class complex “Shabolovsky Residence Hall” and “Izmailovsky Park”.
According to the publication, the plots bought on Rublyovka once belonged to the United Industrial Corporation of the owner of Mezhprombank Sergey Pugachev, who now lives in France. And then they were pledged on a VTB loan and subsequently transferred to the bank.
Part of the territory of the former stud farm No. 1 is already being built up by a number of developers. As for the 84 hectares bought by Novaya Zhizn, the most logical thing is to build a complex of townhouses there. The area of the plots allows you to place a project there for approximately 420,000 square meters. m of housing. Experts estimate investments in construction at 34 billion rubles, and revenue from the sale of houses at 70 billion rubles.
Damir Abdrakhmanov himself admitted in an interview with 73online that construction is a super risky business. “This is a business full of risk. And the biggest risk is always demand. Something will happen and he will fall. If it falls twice, we will get a decrease in revenue by half. And we owe money to the bank…” he said a year ago.
Speaking about Moscow projects, he noted the house on Shabolovka – an 8-storey building with 90 apartments, with parking, Jura marble facades, half-ceiling windows and aluminum double-glazed windows. The cost of apartments in the house is 700 thousand rubles per square meter.
According to Abdrakhmanov, in Ulyanovsk, in fact, there is no premium-class housing, because there is no such stratification into rich and poor as in the capital. For regional buyers, the ratio of price and comfort is now in the first place – for example, apartments with a finished finish. “People want them to move in right away and have no problems with repairs,” the developer noted.