For sale offered 21 premises in a “Five seas” (Pyat’ morey) Business Center in the center of Rostov-on Don
The total area of premises is 25,117.8 sq. m, which is about 63% of the total area of the BC.
Twelve-storey BC Five Seas is located in the center of the city, its windows overlook a panoramic view of the river Don. In close proximity there is one of the main transport arteries of the city – Voroshilovsky Avenue, within walking distance – public transport stops.
Address: 6, Nizhnebulvarnaya Str., Roston-on-Don.
The premises are located on the 2-7, 9th and 11th floors. Their area varies from 42.6 to 7,886.7 sq. m.
MINIMUM selling price of the Lot – 667.5 million rubles, the starting price – 1.1 billion rubles.
Biddings – by the order of LLC SBK.
The BC was built according to a unique design of Russian architects in 2010. In accordance with the idea of the authors, the building is slightly asymmetrical, its shape reminds a shell, thrown on a shore – smooth from the shore and wavy from the side of a river.
Due to the high atrium and large panoramic windows, the entire interior space of the office center is provided with daylight.
The territory of the BC has been landscaped – the southern, eastern and western slopes around the building are made as park compositions based on the Japanese Zen tradition. Parking spaces and paths are covered with decorative paving tiles. The designers also inserted into the project the source, coming from under the building – like a natural cascading stream with shells framing its banks.
The building is equipped with all necessary types of engineering services and utilities (ventilation, central air conditioning, electric power and water supply, sewage, heating, security and fire alarm systems and automatic fire extinguishing system, low-current communication and computerization networks). Also there are fourteen noiseless high-speed elevators and an underground parking for 183 cars.
For detailed information about the Object of sale please see the website of the Auction House of the Russian Federation (the AHRF)