Building in the historical center of St. Petersburg
The Auction House of the Russian Federation is preparing to sell a building in direct proximity to St. Isaac’s Square, on ulista Yakubovicha, d. 2, lit. B. The auction date has yet to be determined.
The object is located in the historical center of the city, on the corner of St. Isaac’s Square and ulitsa Yakubovicha, not far from the Angliiskaya and Admiralteiskaya embankments. The “Admiralteiskaya” metro station is 10 minutes’ walking distance away.
The windows have a view of St. Isaac’s Square, the Mariinsky Palace, Konnogvardeisky Manege, and the Senate and Synod building.
The building is equipped with all necessary engineering communications. Repair works have been carried out at the object, with partial replacement of the roof and lining of the façade. In accordance with the General Plan, the building is located in a cultural and business zone.
Area – 3 009 sq.m.
Starting price – 1 485 000 000 rub.
Dmitry Altbregin, head of the department for working with property of private owners:
This offer is an exclusive one on the Petersburg market. The object is above all unique because of its location. This building, located in the historic center and in the center of the business life of the city, has greater investment attractiveness, than objects of comparable size in other districts.
In the future, it may be restored as a hotel, business center etc. – in accordance with the territorial zoning. Or repair works may be carried out, and apartments in the deluxe format may be sold.