The Isaac’s Square Assembly project involves the reconstruction of St. Petersburg’s centre historical buildings and an elite hotel construction.
The reconstruction was launched in 2013 and the new project got its name – Isaac’s Assembly. The hotel concept was developed by the Knight Frank specialists, spatial planning was carried out by the Architectural office LOFT, but as the general contractor for the project was chosen the company “Upravlenije stroitelnimi projektami”. Thanks to our excellent site’s functional design, AS “Faiv star” (the investor) was able to sell the project to IK “Renord-invest” and Korean “Lotte Group” making for about 10% higher profit.
The building on the corner of Moika and Antonenko streets was built in 1850 following the French architect Adrian Roben design. However, derogations from the project were made and the result was 12 inches higher building than designed. The Emperor Nikolai the First punished the builder by arrest, but the owner of the building – merchant Jakunchikov was forced to decrease the height. Then Nicolai Yefimov and Bernard de Simon rebuilt the building.
At various times various famous persons have lived here. For example, publicist and novelist Vladimir Meshcherskij, as well as the first US ambassador to Russia and the sixth president of USA, John Quincy Adams.
The land – 3496 m²
The total area of the building – 15 829 m²
50 apartments – 9105 m²
Car parking lot for 47 vehicles.