Neva Towers

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Coordinates: 55°45′05″N 37°32′04″E / 55.75139°N 37.53444°E / 55.75139; 37.53444

Neva Towers
Невские башни
Neva Towers.jpg
Neva Towers in MIBC
Former names Renaissance Moscow Towers
General information
Status Under construction
Location Moscow-City, Moscow, Russia
Construction started January 2013
Completed Q4 2020
Cost US$ 1 billion[1][2]
Top floor 296.9 m (974 ft) (Tower 1)
345 m (1,132 ft) (Tower 2)
Technical details
Floor count 65 (Tower 1)
79 (Tower 2)
Floor area 349,232 m2 (3,759,100 sq ft)
Design and construction
Developer ST Towers
Main contractor Rönesans Holding

The Neva Towers (Russian: Невские башни, tr. Nevskiye Bashni), formerly the Renaissance Moscow Towers (Russian: Ренессанс Москва Башни, tr. Renessans Moskva Bashni), is a complex of two skyscrapers located on plots 17 and 18 of the Moscow International Business Center (MIBC) in Moscow, Russia.[3] Tower 1 will be 296.9 meters (974 feet) tall and have 65 floors while Tower 2 will be 345 meters tall and have 79 floors. The complex is currently under construction and is expected to be completed in late 2020.[4]



Plots 17 and 18 of the MIBC were to be used originally for the Russia Tower, a supertall skyscraper designed by Norman Foster, but the Great Recession and issues with investors forced development of the project to be cancelled.[5] On 2014, ownership of half of the plot was transferred to Turkish company Rönesans Holding.[6]

As general contractor, Rönesans Holding hired ST Towers LLC to develop a new complex, the Renaissance Moscow Towers, later renamed the Neva Towers.[5] The project would also be developed by the SPEECH Architectural Bureau in partnership with American companies HOK and FXCollaborative, with public spaces designed by Hirsch Bedner Associates.[7] The management of the complex claimed to receive a LEED Gold certificate.[8]


Sales of the apartments in the complex opened in September 2016.[7]

On March 11, 2018, Tower 2 has reached the 58th floor while Tower 1 reached the 17th floor.


The plots Neva Towers are to be built on have a total area of 2.41 hectares. The total area of the complex will be 349.2 thousand square meters. The complex will be composed of a single four-story stylobate where the two towers would be build on top on. Tower 2 will be a 79-story residential skyscraper with a height of 345 meters. Tower 1 will be a 65-story skyscraper with a height of 296.9 meters with office space proposed on the 28th floor. In the complex would be a private park with an area of seven thousand square meters. In addition, the complex would have a hotel and a fitness center with a swimming pool located on Tower 2. There is also a parking lot with a planned capacity of 2,040 cars for workers and residents of the complex. Stone plates of light stone are to be used to decorate the skyscrapers.[7][8][9][10]


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  1. ^ "Башни Neva Towers в комплексе «Москва-Сити» планируют ввести в эксплуатацию в начале 2020 года". Retrieved 2017-03-30.
  2. ^ "Renaissance Development инвестирует в проект «Neva Towers» в составе «Москва-Сити» 1 млрд долларов" (in Russian). Retrieved 2017-03-30.
  3. ^ "Небоскребы "Москва-Сити": каким задумывали район 20 лет назад". РБК Недвижимость. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  4. ^ "Башню Neva Towers в «Москва-Сити» достроят в 2020 году". ИА REGNUM (in Russian). Retrieved 2018-09-10.
  5. ^ a b "Москва-Сити 2015 - Renaissance Moscow Towers участок 17-18, как последняя строительная площадка главного строящегося проекта Москвы". (in Russian). Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  6. ^ "Башенные деньги". Журнал "Коммерсантъ Деньги". 2016-10-10. p. 22. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  7. ^ a b c "В центре Москвы построили новый технологичный жилой комплекс". Российская газета (in Russian). 2016-10-20. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  8. ^ a b "Небоскреб с собственным парком: каким будет Neva Towers в «Москва-Сити»". РБК Недвижимость. Retrieved 2018-03-25.
  9. ^ "Renaissance Development инвестирует в проект «Neva Towers» в составе «Москва-Сити» 1 млрд долларов" (in Russian). Retrieved 2017-03-30.
  10. ^ "Увидеть все". "Дом". 2016-11-17. p. 22. Retrieved 2018-03-25.

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