Moscow, on the Moskva River in western Russia, is the nation’s cosmopolitan capital. In its historic core is the Kremlin, a complex that’s home to the president and tsarist treasures in the Armoury. Outside its walls is Red Square, Russia’s symbolic center. It’s home to Lenin’s Mausoleum, the State Historical Museum’s comprehensive collection and St. Basil’s Cathedral, known for its colorful, onion-shaped domes.
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Not only Moscow, but the entire present-day Russia is filled with historical buildings and monuments of unique architectural style and technique. Every one of them carries its own stories and legends, reminding the viewer of various glorious eras. Emphasizing the characteristics of all periods that Russia has been through, from Tsardom Empire and the Russian Empire to the Soviet Union and the today’s Russian Federation, each of the following buildings and monuments is an important part of Moscow history.
The total investment volume in 2016 reached $4.17 billion, which is 40% higher than the result for 2015 despite a comparable number of deals (around 60 in each year). Investment activity in Q4 2016 was lower than that in Q4 2015 — $657 million vs. $919 million. On the back of a gradual improvement in the key macroeconomic indicators and a strengthening of the national currency, the investment market is becoming more attractive, which is expressed in the growing interest from buyers and the readiness of vendors to offer prime assets for sale.
Despite growing activity in the investment market at the end of 2016, we expect 2017 to show comparable figures for the total transaction volume. The office segment maintain its dominance, especially in enduser purchases. In addition, non-cash deals — either by asset exchange or using shares — will continue in the market. In 2017, there will be an increase of the presence of the retail segment in transaction activity. Recovery of rents, a reduction in inflation and the low entry price in the retail segment attracts many investors who were previously interested in quality shopping centers.
However, many purchase deals that were at the final stage were not closed in 2016, although they might be completed in 2017. Key Russian investors will continue to purchase quality assets in the real estate market. As for foreign players, we expect companies and funds that have decided to reduce their business in Russia to continue selling their assets. At the same time, a number of deals are expected for closure by foreign investors who have decided to maintain their development here. We expect a growth in interest towards the Russian market from Chinese and Arab investors.
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