The Naberezhnaya Tower Project, an investment project developed entirely by ENKA, is located on 1,574 hectares of land in MIBC Moscow City, at the intersection of the Third Transport Ring and Krasnopresnenskaya Embankment, a region of the city that is rapidly emerging as Russia’s new business capital. Prominently situated on the riverside, the buildings offer awe-inspiring panoramas of central Moscow across the Moscow River.
Construction started by in November 2003 and the project comprised two-phases, consisting of two buildings, 17 and 27 stories respectively, designated as A and B in Phase 1. The Tower, also referred to as Building C, is a 61-storey skyscraper developed as Phase 2.
Building A was constructed within 12 months and completed in October 2004, whereas Building B was completed in November 2005 within a 20-month construction period. The construction of Building C began in January 2005 and was completed by the 4th quarter of 2007. This 61-storey structure is the crowning glory and final phase of three A Class office buildings, developed by ENKA as the largest real estate investment project in Moscow. The gross construction area of all three buildings is 265,500 m2 , whereas the whole complex has a total rentable area of 163,000 m2.
The 61-storey Building C soars 260 m above the ground and includes 5 sub-level floors, which together with the other two buildings, incorporates restaurants, cafes, shops, technical premises and car parks. In the buildings’ design, apart from the dead and live loads and wind loads, which were taken into consideration in accordance with both Russian and European standards, additional tests, such as wind tunnel testing were applied; so that systems for the buildings, such as those for the facade, could be designed and built accordingly.
All the buildings are equipped with state-ofthe-art mechanical and electrical systems. The tower is furnished with a total of 28 elevators, consisting of eight low-rise, eight mid-rise and six high-rise passenger lifts with a speed of eight meters per second, as well as six fire and service lifts.
The Naberezhnaya Tower is the most attractive office choice for any leading international or Russian company. Existing tenants include reputable corporations and blue chip companies.
The occupancy rate of Naberezhnaya Tower stands at approximately 93%, making it the most fully occupied building in the business district.
The Naberezhnaya Tower is the most attractive office choice for any leading international or Russian business. Some of the leases to international tenants with business relations spanning more than a decade have even been extended for additional periods. Existing tenants include reputable corporations and blue chip companies.
Being one of the most prestigious business centers in Moscow, The Naberezhnaya Tower holds a Commercial Real Estate Award for the best Class-A business center.
Moscow City Plot 10 – The Naberezhnaya Tower Office Buildings
- Turn-key Engineering
Scope of Work
|Construction Area||266,500 m²|
|Total Aboveground Floors||Building A: 17 Floors|
Building B: 27 Floors
Building C: 60 Floors
|Maximum Height||260 m|
|Reinforced Concrete||149,200 m3|
|Reinforcement Amount||22,735 tons|
|Structural Steel||13,000 tons|
|Metal Decking||101,050 m²|
|Rent. Office Area||155,929 m²|
LocationMoscow, Russian Federation
- The Naberezhnaya Tower complex consists of three buildings and the construction of the Building B was undertaken while Building A was operational. Similarly, Building C was constructed while Buildings A and B were operational and occupied by tenants
- All the buildings have shared retail and underground parking areas below them. Therefore special measures had to be taken in order not to disturb the operational buildings and utilize the retail and parking areas to the maximum extent
- Due to the high density of ongoing constructions on other Moscow city plots, very detailed logistic and execution studies had to be carried out in and around the site, taking into account the building(s) that were operational and the high-rise under construction.
ENKA SCOPE OF SERVICES
Naberezhnaya Tower is fully owned and developed by ENKA. The design of the complex belongs to RTKL & ENKA Architectural Office, while Thornton-Tomasetti Engineers & ENKA Design Office developed the structural engineering. ENKA self performed the engineering, procurement, and construction of the complex. In addition ENKA completed the fit-out for the office premises for various tenants, such as Oracle, KIT Finance, Lehman Brothers, Q-Tec, Symantec, Becton Dickinson, General Electric, American Planning, Standard Bank, Europolis, Medcore 2000, Regus, HSBC, Nestle, Servier and CGSH, located in Block C of Moscow City Plot 10 and the Office Building in Paveletskaya Square.
SIGNIFICANT FEATURES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
- The Naberezhnaya Towers (Block C) and Eurasia Tower, both of which were constructed by ENKA, are the only operational high-rise steel structure buildings in the Russian Federation
- A Class office building, 260m in height.