A-100 Development is launching the sale of apartments and penthouses in the DEPO Quarter near Victory Square. A modern A-class residential complex with developed infrastructure is to appear in the center of Minsk.

The Depo Quarter was developed by the Moscow architect Sergey Skuratov, known for the creation of several modern residential complexes in the very center of Moscow. The main idea of the project is to fit modern housing and technology into the authentic look of the center of Minsk.

The quarter is a neighborhood of apartment buildings, from 5 to 7 stories high. The complex will stand on a stylobate, with an underground parking providing chargers for electric vehicles underneath. 

Gated courtyards, facades faced with clinker bricks — one of the most expensive finishing materials, panoramic windows with an amazing view — all of these will be presented in the upcoming project. The concept provides for linden alleys full of mature trees, which is important in the polluted city center.

In addition to the residential buildings, the quarter will open shops, restaurants, cafes, a fitness club and an educational center. A private kindergarten is also going to open its doors for the local families. A public space with a pedestrianized street and an artificial pond will be available for everyone.

At the start of sales, the cost of apartments in the Depo Quarter will be the most profitable. In practice after being commissioned, the A-100 Development apartments will increase in price by 30-50% in the secondary market.

Don’t miss the opportunity to book an apartment at favorable starting prices by phone +375 (44) 736 42 59 or short number 7738

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