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Project «Kvartaly 21/19» includes a school, 3 kindergartens, parkings and underground parkings, a multifunctional complex with shops, offices and a fitness center, and a green boulevard of total area over 3 hectares.

A great emphasis in the residential property design is placed on infrastructure: landscaping design, transport accessibility, environmental friendliness and architectural solutions, that jointly form comfortable conditions for living in urban environment..

Creating ideal space for living, which meets standards of A-class construction: safety, comfort, environmental friendliness and aesthetics.

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Cottage residential complex
Work performed: the purchase of land at auction of JSC "Centeratom", design, renovation, obtaining building permits, construction.
419000 м2
Residential complex
2021
Moscow, Ryazanskiy av. 6a
Residential complex
Cottage village construction
Work performed: construction of cottage settlement "Kapitan Land", sale of cottages and land plots, exploitation.
65000 м2
Cottage village
2015
Tula region, Matyushino village
Cottage village
Complex construction
Work performed: design and construction of apartment house with underground parking on our own land.
7050 м2
Residential building
2019
Moscow, Pavla Korchagina str., 7, b. 1
Residential building
Residential building reconstruction
Work performed: redevelopment of the hotel into a residential building, sale of apartments and nonresidential premises, exploitation.
11374 м2
Residential building
2013
Leninskiy ave., 87
Residential building
Office center reconstruction
Work performed: the redevelopment of industrial building into retail and office center with increase of area, exploitation, leasing.
4327 м2
Office building
2013
Voronezh, Voroshilova str., 16
Office building
Office building - territory development
Work performed: creation of the concept of territory development after closure of alcohol-free beverages factory, leasing.
34140 м2
Office building
2008
Moscow, Rusakovskaya str., 13
Office building
Residential building reconstruction
Work performed: Resettlement, reconstruction of emergency house with the increase in the area and the construction of the underground garage, exploitation.
13935 м2
Residential building
2006
Moscow, Gogolevskiy blvd, 29
Residential building
Office building redevelopment
Work performed: Redevelopment of the office building with the area of 3200 sq.m. into hotel and office center with underground parking.
43690 м2
Office building
2005
B.Pionerskaya str., 1/1
Office building
Reconstruction of emergency state residential building
Work performed: resettlement, reconstruction of emergency house with increase in the area and construction of the underground garage, exploitation.
3067 м2
Residential building
2002
Moscow, 3rd Obydenskiy lane, 2
Residential building
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Cottage residential complex
Moscow, Ryazanskiy av. 6a
Work performed: the purchase of land at auction of JSC "Centeratom", design, renovation, obtaining building permits, construction.
419000 м2
Residential complex
2021
Cottage village construction
Tula region, Matyushino village
Work performed: construction of cottage settlement "Kapitan Land", sale of cottages and land plots, exploitation.
65000 м2
Cottage village
2015
Complex construction
Moscow, Pavla Korchagina str., 7, b. 1
Work performed: design and construction of apartment house with underground parking on our own land.
7050 м2
Residential building
2019
Residential building reconstruction
Leninskiy ave., 87
Work performed: redevelopment of the hotel into a residential building, sale of apartments and nonresidential premises, exploitation.
11374 м2
Residential building
2013
Office center reconstruction
Voronezh, Voroshilova str., 16
Work performed: the redevelopment of industrial building into retail and office center with increase of area, exploitation, leasing.
4327 м2
Office building
2013
Office building - territory development
Moscow, Rusakovskaya str., 13
Work performed: creation of the concept of territory development after closure of alcohol-free beverages factory, leasing.
34140 м2
Office building
2008
Residential building reconstruction
Moscow, Gogolevskiy blvd, 29
Work performed: Resettlement, reconstruction of emergency house with the increase in the area and the construction of the underground garage, exploitation.
13935 м2
Residential building
2006
Office building redevelopment
B.Pionerskaya str., 1/1
Work performed: Redevelopment of the office building with the area of 3200 sq.m. into hotel and office center with underground parking.
43690 м2
Office building
2005
Reconstruction of emergency state residential building
Moscow, 3rd Obydenskiy lane, 2
Work performed: resettlement, reconstruction of emergency house with increase in the area and construction of the underground garage, exploitation.
3067 м2
Residential building
2002
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«Idea Group» LTD
Architecture bureau «Tsimailo,
Lyashenko and partners»
Metrium
AB «NP»
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Moscow subway
Domostroitelnaya company №1
VTB 24
Sberbank
Rosselkhozbank
Expobank
MFS
16
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«Sberbank - Residential property 3»
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Evolution of equity share construction institution
Andrey Kolochinskiy, managing partner of «VectorStroyFinance» exclusively told novostroev.ru how during the last 30 years the legislation has been changing in attempt to protect buyers of housing under construction.
Local real estate market started to form in this country relatively recently, when the concept of private property appeared and citizens acquired the rigt to make deals with real estate objects. At the moment, however, as of now, the need for amelioration of housing conditions was acute. Thus, by the end of 2000s a certain effective demand has formed which naturally created the supply.

For a long time the market developed according to the rules of commercial construction companies, who financed constructions mostly with citizens’ funds. The attraction of funds was not regulated by any legislative instrument, developers concluded contractors at their own will, and they were not subject to necessary state registration. The lack of regulation became the reason for appearance of low-quality real estate objects, abuse and fraud from the part of dishonest companies. The option of double sale became the main problem.
The first legislative act, aimed at protecting interests of housing buyers was 214-Federal Law about participation in equity share construction, which was adopted in December 2004 and entered into force 3 months later. The law envisaged main terms, defined requirements to the form of equity share agreement and minimal requirements for developers. Thus, developers were obliged to provide documents, confirming rights for a land plot. And the most important - now every equity share agreement had to be registered in Rosreestr. The adoption of the law solved only the problem of double sales, but didn’t protect citizens from other risks - violation of construction deadlines, developer’s bankruptcy and etc. Thus, after a mass wave of unfinished constructions in 2008 legislators made a second attempt to improve the document in 2010. This time amendments were adopted that envisaged extra guarantees for participants of equity share construction - insurance of civil liability and bank surety.

The new scheme didn’t work out - it was extremely hard to get a bank’s guarantee, and insurance companies on practice were not able to make payments when insurance case happened. The law in new form didn’t envisage any demands for financial state of a developer, in fact, all risks still were on participants of equity share construction.
It attempt to make the mechanism perfect and to prevent the appearance of new wave of deceived shareholders, in 2017 legislators suggested a set of new amendments and replaced the ineffective insurance institute by newly created compensation fund, and made developers pay 1,2% from the price, stated in the equity share agreement. Requirements appeared for the experience and competence of developers (company is required to have no less than 3 years experience in construction of multi-apartment buildings with total area no less then 10,000 square meters in total), the amount of own funds of developer companies (10% of house construction price), the concept of targeted expenditure of funds was regulated (1 developer - 1 approval for construction), and a set of requirements, connected with reporting and transparency of company’s actions.

Taking into consideration stated the above requirements, no manoeuvres for fraud were left for developers - the new edition of the law doesn’t allow to spend at extra cent for what is located outside one legal person and one settlement account. But that too was not enough - not waiting till the second part of amendments entered into force, legislators suggested to fully renounce from the mechanism of equity share construction and to switch to project financing.

If we address to the experience of foreign countries, we will see that the universal model of investment into objects under construction doesn’t exist. The legislation system of every state has it’s own features and peculiarities. Different options are used, aimed at minimising financial risks of housing under construction buyers. Among them - escrow-accounts, bank guarantees, insurances and other. For example, in Spain and Poland escrow-accounts are widely spread, in France insurance mechanism works effectively, and bank guarantees are used too. In Great Britain in case of purchase of a real estate object on construction stage a buyer pays only 10% of the object’s price, and the rest - at the moment of commissioning of the object.

One way or another, every model was introduced with due regard for specificity of a country. Project financing and escrow-accounts are used abroad due to low per cent rates. In Russia the situation is different - high per cent rates and inflation speed, unstable ruble rate in correspondence with foreign currencies, lack of ability for long-term economic planning doesn’t allow to use these mechanisms on practice effectively.

It is not yet certain, on which conditions bank will issue loans to developers after the abolition of equity share construction. It is not likely that the regulators will be able to promote the decrease of per cent rates. Most likely, the discuses reform will lead to the price increase on the real estate market. The is another course of events option - market participants will start to look for grey schemes of funds attractions. One of the options might be mutual investment, legal at the moment. One shouldn’t forget about housing-construction cooperatives, which can become popular again and make even more harm. Better is the enemy of good. Won’t the new reform lead to the kickback to 90s?
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Andrey Kolochinskiy, managing partner of «VectorStroyFinance» told Stroitelnaya newspaper about perspectives of the switch to project financing and possible consequences of this initiative.
In the end of last year, authorities representatives partly announced new conditions and rules that will regulate the actions of developers after the abolition of the mechanism of equity share construction in our country. The initiative itself is backed by good intentions - to protect interests of housing buyers and to prevent the appearance of new wave of deceived shareholders. Moreover, the practice of project financing, planned for implementation, is widespread around the world and it is good to use the progressive experience. But, if the whole set of peculiarities is not taken into consideration, the market switch to new track can rather negatively affect the developers business. In terms of the switch to project financing the Central bank was charged with working this question through with other banks. What exactly was discussed, was not defined. Would be desirable if it was not only about technical side, but also about such important moments as crediting rates, inflation temps, Central bank’s strict requirements for project financing and quality of deposit. Moreover, the are certain demands for the correlation between own and borrowed funds of developers. Usually, the sum of own investments into a project can’t be less than 30% of total investments amount into a project.

Today, while using project financing a developer is able to repay per cents and partly the credit itself at the cost of money received from apartment sales. If a developer is deprived of ability to attract finances of shareholders into construction, it is not clear how he will repay borrowed funds to the bank. A single credit won’t be enough. Maybe the regulator will plan the scheme that will allow the deferring payment of per cents for the period of project realisation. In any case, the lack of ability to repay the credit prematurely and maintenance expenses during all period of a project realisation will increase the price of secondary housing that developers will be able to sell. The length of transitional period is also questionable. Three years is obviously not enough to understand how the new scheme works on practice and to draw conclusions, as the life cycle of major projects on average is longer than three years.

So what are the consequences of the abolition of equity share construction for the real estate market?
Firstly, small and partly medium companies will leave the market, not able to go through the underwriting procedure in a bank and to get a loan. And banks themselves will hardly be able to find the necessary amount of funds to fully replace funds, accumulated on equity share construction market, and to fully finance projects.
Secondly, housing in new commissioned buildings will become more expensive. Developers will be forced to include credit funds maintenance expenses into the final product price. For now there are too many unknowns in the equation, so it is quite hard to tell now how much the price will rise. In the current economic situation banks are not ready to provide low per cent credits for the construction of high-risk developers’ projects and their policy in this area will hardly change any time soon.

Another consequence of the discussed initiative in the excess of supply on new buildings market in Moscow in a short-term perspective. I will remind that the last year hit a record in the number of new projects in Moscow and in amount of square meters exposed on the primary market. Developers tried to speed up with the commissioning of new objects before amendments to 214-FL entered into force. There are no doubts that the remaining time, that can be spent working with the usual scheme of equity share construction, developers also use to start construction on new sites. But in future speed of new projects launch will decrease due to reasons mentioned above.

We want to believe that the abolition of equity share construction won’t lead to mass bankruptcy of developers, to acute decrease in construction amounts in the long term and to a significant rise in prices, that it won’t lead to another stagnation that will take years to overcome. Though provisional analysis of the situation shows the opposite.
Andrey Kolochinskiy became the member of jury at Move Realty Awards 2018
Andrey Kolochinskiy, managing partner of «VectorStroyFinance» became the member of expert council of Move Realty Awards.
The expert council of Move Realty Awards continues to grow with professionals of real estate market. Andrey Kolochinskiy, managing partner of «VectorStroyFinance», joined the Awards. Andrey Kolochinskiy has a wide work experience in various segments of real estate market. His professional career in investment-developing industry started in 1996, when Andrey became the director general for «PromZhilye» LLC. Under his guidance the company successfully realised a set of projects of reconstruction of residential houses in emergency state in the centre of Moscow and entered the regional market with housing construction projects. Since 2014 Andrey Kolochinskiy is a managing partner of «VectorStroyFinance». Today the flagman project of «VectorStroyFinance» company is a mass-scale residential complex «Kvartaly 21/19», located in Ryazanskiy district of Moscow.

«I am happy to become the jury member of Move Realty Awards and to have the opportunity to evaluate the quality and concepts of successful developers projects of Moscow region. This is a very useful experience, unique opportunity to get acquainted with work of colleagues and competitors, to adopt interesting decisions and technologies», - comments Andrey Kolochinskiy, managing partner of «VectorStroyFinance». «VectorStroyFinance» representative along side with other members of expert council will choose winners in every nomination by means of closed voting in the second stage of nominees selection.

We remind that the primary evaluation started on 1st February 2018 - right after the end of the applications call. According to the results of the first stage, a short list with finalists will be formed.
Traditionally, the expert council of the Awards consists of top managers of developing companies, architectural bureaus, as well as committees, advertising agencies and services that specialise in real estate market. By the date the council is represented by 14 experts, among them - Alexey Shmonov (general director for move.ru portal), Anna Shvidunova (director of communications department of «City XXI»), Olga Guseva (deputy general sales director for UK «Dominanta», Alexander Samodurov (head of NAI BECAR APARTMENTS), Vsevolod Baev (director general Media 108), Olga Chudinova (director general for Institute of Contemporary Urbanistics), Dina Schwarzberg (director general for JSC «Sadovie Kvartaly»), Yuliy Borisov (managing partner of UNK PROJECT architectural bureau), Ekaterina Teyn (director for department of retail sales of PSN group), Ekaterina Zaporozhchenko (commercial director for GK DOCKLANDS DEVELOPMENT), Vorobiev Sergey (chairman of engineering committee RGUD), Patrikeev Sergey (director general for «Troyka Red» company) and Alexander Kiryushin (Marketcall sales department director).

Let us remind that Move Realty Awards was launched by federal portal Move.ru in 2014 and will take place for the fourth time in 2018. This year 240 applications from more then 100 developers from Moscow, Moscow region, Saint Petersburg and Saint Petersburg region were received. There are 32 nominations in the Awards which and ranked by the housing class and location.

The short list of Awards will be formed on 20th February. Until 1st March experts will carry out a closed voting. The winners will be announced on the Awards ceremony on 3rd April 2018.
Reputation is not measured in meters
Andrey Kolochinskiy, managing partner of «VectorStroyFinance» told in his interview to Restate.ru portal how the company managed to find such a large spot for real estate development, about peculiarities of the residential complex «Kvartaly 21/19», pricing policy and «things» of the residential complex.
In former industrial zone «Gryvoronovo» the company realises «Kvartaly 21/19» project. This is the first large project of the company, and the land plot for it was won on city tender. Was it hard to win the tender and to receive financing, not having experience of realisation of such major projects?
This plot for us is not a coincidence. Better say, it is the outcome of our development. To be honest, 7-8 years we wouldn’t even take big plots like this into consideration. But now we have accumulated enough experience and resources to realise projects of such scale.
We bought the land plot, where we are now constructing «Kvartaly 21/19» (it is a part of «Molnia» factory), in 2013 on the auction from «CentAtom». And we participated in the auction rather aggressively: from the starting 1,58 billion rubles the price grew up to 2,08 billion. We had our own inner threshold that we couldn’t surpass. But we didn’t reach it. And I should say that the conditions of this sale were rather loyal for us. We paid 500 million rubles for it, and then had an instalment for two years. This, actually, became one of the arguments for the purchase of the land plot.
Today we are not concerned by the scale of the project, but by the length of its realisation. We are constructing a micro-district which consists of five quarters. They will be commissioned consecutively, and the project’s exposition term is 6-7 years. We never had long projects like this before. But we decided to construct.
Funding partly consists of our own funds, shareholders’ funds plus borrow, credit funds. About 30% of own funds on the start of the project is the requirement of crediting organisations. Want it or not, you have to provide these 30%, sometimes even 40% of own funds in the project, or you just won’t get the funding. We might have invested less. But then - no chances to get a loan.

Why exactly Gryvoronovo? The district has a difficult reputation, strong competitors nearby, for example, residential complex Sresa from PSN?
On the daily basis we analyse land plots. We analysed then, we analyse now. There are a lot of land plots, but there are very few that are really attractive. There are absolutely pointless plots with bad documentation, bad neighbourhood. You always choose lesser of the two evils. By the combination of factors this plot was the best for us. Yes, there are competitors, yes, this is industrial zone. But, in fact, this was a simple mechanic factory. There is no pollution, re-cultivation is now required.
The spot, actually, at that moment in 2015, was not popular at all. But the district is developing, and during four years the attitude towards South-Eastern district has changed. Subway is being developed, Ryazanskiy prospect gets wider. Also we construct here, «PSN Group» constructs here, and the district is transforming.

You entered the market with a new project on the peak of crisis, in 2015. It was difficult?
It was more sad than difficult. The market reformatted very rapidly at that point and we had to adjust to it. We couldn’t change anything: we had a land plot, initial permissive documentation, money invested, we had to develop. At that moment we just reviewed out attitude to the project solution. The idea to construct first buildings in panel technology appeared for that reason. Because it is a) faster and b) allows to cover new class of customers. It was clear that panel housing construction in these crisis conditions is in high demand. It is fast and relatively cheap. And, it seems, we were not mistaken. We decided to make two first lines panel - this is about 2/3 of the project, to sell faster, to construct faster and to commission.
Moreover, we change apartment planning. Of course, it is almost impossible to do in panel houses, but we change apartment planning in monolithic buildings. At that point there was a tendency for area decrease. We made more studios and one-room apartments.

How many square meters of housing and non-residential spaces is planned to construct in terms of the project? How are sales going?
The total amount, the total ground area is about 420 thousand square meter. About 40% of that is non-residential function. The rest is housing.
I won’t talk about sales in apartments or in money. But the sales speed increases. In comparison with the last year it grew by 10-15%. It had to grow - the readiness of the project increases. But I want to note that it is not connected with amelioration of the situation on the market.

Now almost in every new building there are still unsold apartment left after the commissioning. How are you doing here?
We don’t have the goal to realise all apartments on construction stage. It is just not rational. Everyone understand that realisation on construction stage for a developer is cheaper, then sales of ready housing. That’s why no developer if, of course, he doesn’t have a breach in funding, doesn’t have a goal to realise everything on DDU stage. And we think alike. By the moment of physical commissioning of a house, about 60% of apartments are sold. In panel housing this per cent will be bigger, because it is constructed fast.

Today Moscow city authorities pay a lot of attention to the creation of infrastructure and work places while developing industrial zones. What requirements were set to your project? How did it lower its profitability?
We construct three kindergartens, a school, parking, shopping-office complex and plus spaces on the first floor for free usage. And beautification, that is also impossible not to take into consideration.
Taking into account land plot - one third, without the land plot - about a quarter of expenses in the project can be spent on infrastructure. I would also include networks there, because that’s also infrastructure. Heat supply and electricity supply, in the first place. All these expenses consume up to 1/3 of the project. But we planned everything envisaged by normatives and we will construct everything. And not only because we have to. But because it stimulates sales, one way or another. Customers are prepared now, they can’t be mislead. You can’t create 400,000 of ground area and show them one kindergarten for 100 places in the corner. They know normatives and city requirements better than us sometimes, they will quickly count the availability and will go buy from our competitors.
Frankly speaking, Ryazanskiy district territory is not the most attractive and you will have to change the life quality and people’s attitude towards the district, what measures do you take?
The «thing" of our project is a pedestrian boulevard of 900 meters length. We decided to allocated 3 hectares area for the realisation of this idea. The boulevard will be divided in zones for different age categories of residents. Quiet corners with benches, louder spaces for teenagers, skate parks, workout spots and spaces for kids with swings, hammocks and etc.
Alongside the boulevard grown up trees will be planted. Of course, it makes the cost price higher, but we made the decision to renounce from young seedlings, because they don’t always settle in.
Except for the aesthetic function, the boulevard has an important practical meaning, because it provide comfortable access to new metro station «Stakhanovskaya» which will be open the next year. We will construct the boulevard consecutively, in the process of commissioning of our quarters. When it will be fully ready, we will hand it to the city.
We do have uneasy task to change the perception of people and their attitude towards life on the south-east of Moscow.
I think that due to our actions and our neighbours’ actions the appearance of the district will change soon. We started from small steps - on the territory of the residential complex old buildings remained that could not be demolished, but their appearance spoilt the whole picture. We invited an artist - the only one in Russia who works in muralism technique. And he beautified those buildings. A mural delicting Crimean landscape and children who write letters to each other appears on one of them. Now residents of first houses can admire this painting.

Earlier you mentioned that the company considers the possibility to buy the remaining part of «Molnia» factory of 9 hectares for its developing in terms of the project. How do negotiations go? Are there any decisions concerning the plot purchases and its future destiny?
This plot was already purchased by another investor. We didn’t participate in the tender, though we wanted to. We introduced initiative to the city, we ask if they see the development of the second part of «Molnia» factory as a residential area, but having received no convincing answer, we decided to not participated.
We just don’t see the territory development with non-residential function. Not because we don’t know how to do it. But it’s not profitable on this market, it contradicts to our four-year work experience on this territory.
Of course, the work places balance has to be supported. Buy in this case we are happy to participate in the program of wark places development and to finance a part of techno park construction on the territory of the neighbouring «VNIIMETMASH». We were either not heard or haven’t stated our position actively enough, but happened what happened - the plot was purchased by another investor. We don’t know their plans concerning the development of this territory yet. But in any case, they will do something there, and we welcome it. Any development of territories around our project is a plus.
Among company’s projects a multi-apartment residential house on the own land plot of Pavel Korchagin street is stated. How the company acquired this land plot?
Yes, we have this one. It is not a big project - a club house in North-Eastern district. We bought this land plot recently, about four years ago, from the Fund of assistance to the development of housing construction (RZHS). We bought on auction with almost double price increase - for 120 million rubles. Today we already have a GPZU, we received a permission for construction. But it is a very small project in comparison with «Kvartaly 21/19» - only one house. Business class club house for 87 apartments. About 6500 square meters of ground area. On the background of «Kvartaly 21/19» our any previous construction looks insignificant. Even our garage in «Kvartaly 21/19» is bigger than this separate house.

Moscow city authorities play to put on auction several more big land plots in industrial zones for development. Will you take part in the auctions? What locations are the most interesting for the company and why?
Yes, of course. We set strict criteria for land plots. Of course, location is in the first place. It doesn’t have to be very developed. The very case with South-Eastern district showed that the attitude towards the location of the plot may change. But it has to be transport-accessible or accessible in perspective.
The area of the land plot is important. Maybe now we might consider a bit less area. Not because we are afraid of big projects, but to reduce the exposition period. It is very hard to make forecasts as of now. The economic situation is quite unstable and it is not yet clear how the legislative innovations will transform the market. Take renovation program, for example.
I wouldn’t call it deferred risks, but it is 100% deferred changes in conjuncture of Moscow city market. So we would consider a bit smaller plots. But not too small still. Because we enjoy creating the environment, to construct something complex and mass-scale.

In company’s plans, as it is stated on its website - «to significantly increase the presence in regions and become a leader of affordable housing in Moscow». What regions to you consider for construction? Do you plan to increase the scale of construction in Moscow?
Regions are an old task, it already lost its relevance. We might come back to it, but there is no such goal for you. We have land in Tulskaya oblast for cottage construction. But to be honest, we froze this project as we just don’t see the perspectives of regional market development and don’t know what to do with this land. It is difficult on countryside market and it’s hard to wait for the demand to recover.
And in the respect of the construction of comfortable affordable housing we will continue developing. Three years is not a big term, but the realisation of the project shows that we’re doing it right. At least we succeed in realising those goals and tasks that we set.
We don’t have the task to become a leader in amount of square meters in Moscow. Especially now. We want our company to become the synonym for quality and reliability.
More likely this than scale and money. Everybody wants to earn, and we too. Nobody hides that. But now it is hard to do. We want more to create the name and to strengthen our presence. So I would rather talk about reputation leadership, and not about square meter. Because the reputation is not measured in meters.
Evolution of equity share construction institution
Andrey Kolochinskiy, managing partner of «VectorStroyFinance» exclusively told novostroev.ru how during the last 30 years the legislation has been changing in attempt to protect buyers of housing under construction.
Borrow wisely
Andrey Kolochinskiy, managing partner of «VectorStroyFinance» told Stroitelnaya newspaper about perspectives of the switch to project financing and possible consequences of this initiative.
Andrey Kolochinskiy became the member of jury at Move Realty Awards 2018
Andrey Kolochinskiy, managing partner of «VectorStroyFinance» became the member of expert council of Move Realty Awards.
Reputation is not measured in meters
Andrey Kolochinskiy, managing partner of «VectorStroyFinance» told in his interview to Restate.ru portal how the company managed to find such a large spot for real estate development, about peculiarities of the residential complex «Kvartaly 21/19», pricing policy and «things» of the residential complex.
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JSC «Vectorstroyfinance» was established in 2004. First projects of the developer were reconstructions of emergency state residential houses in the center of Moscow.

Since its establishment company has implemented dozens of projects in the development sphere: commercial complexes, countryside real estate, objects of social infrastructure, multistorey apartment complexes, reconstruction and redevelopment of buildings.

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