Polyanka / 44 is a complex of 8 elite mansions of historical and modern construction, created with the involvement of the world's best architectural and landscape offices. Each mansion has its own name ("Saffron", "Lotus", "Camellia", "Magnolia", "Orchid", "Hydrangea", "Muscat" and "Cinnamon"). Three of the eight elite mansions of the Polyanka / 44 complex were built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The author and ideological inspirer of the projects was Russian architect of German origin Gustav Gelrich. Gelrich's mansions were tenement houses known throughout the capital. They lived merchants, bourgeois and honorary citizens of the city. The project provides for a careful attitude to architecture and preservation of the original coloristic solution. At the same time, new modern layouts of apartments have been developed, as well as the replacement of communications and elevators. Particular attention was paid to the design of the lobby. In each historical mansion of the Polyanka / 44 project, the lobby is amazingly luxurious and magnificent. The decoration uses natural stone, wood, leather and silk. The complex includes apartments with one to six rooms, an area of ââ48 square meters. meters to 250 square meters. The ceilings have a height of 3.3 meters. Apartments are sold without finishing. Penthouses are also designed, located on the last level, which is now symbolically called the "seventh heaven." All have improved layouts, spacious terraces and panoramic glazing. Some will have views of the Kremlin and other sights of the capital. The complex is fenced around the perimeter and is guarded by its own security service. There is a throughput system. Concierges are on duty at the porches.
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