Non-core property of Russian Railways sold at auction – a non-residential building in the center of Petersburg
On 16 October, the Auction House of the Russian Federation (AHR), by order of Russian Railways, held an auction to realize the non-core property of the company. Up for auction was a two-storey non-residential building of an area of 272 sq.m., located in the center of St. Petersburg, next to Vosstaniya Square.
6 application were made for participation in the auction.
Starting price of object – 12 million rubles. Over the course of the auction, the bidders made 13 steps.
The winner of the auction – a private individual – paid 19.2 million rubles for the lot.
Address: St. Petersburg, 3 Orlovsky Lane.
“The main advantage of the object realized today is its unique location. The entire territory, all of the projects around the Moscow station, have a flow of clients all the year round. The railroad, and the flow of passengers from Moscow create a demand for all of the business projects located around the Moscow station. So this object, whether it is reconstructed as a mini-hotel, restaurant or business in the service industry will be profitable for its owner,” says Dinara Useinova, the deputy general director of AHR.
The Auction House of the Russian Federation has held auctions for the sale of non-core property of Russian Railways since 2010. The company’s movable and immovable property is put up for sale.
24 October –three buildings with a land plot in the Priozersky region, Leningrad province;
14 November – land plot of an area of 31.4 hectares in Tomsk;
27 November – building with land plot in Tula.