Master plan of the Residential complex «Top Park»
Building plot with the area of 13 hectares is surrounded by a large forest not far away from MKAD (less than 1 km) in disease-free prestigious western area of Moscow vicinity. The residential section of the complex consists of multisection houses of variable number of storeys (7/12 storeys). The complex territory will comprise: a childcare center on 220 places, a school on 732 places, a sport and recreation center with a pool, a supermarket, a department store, a restaurant and a cafe.
Nemchinovka is a city type holiday village in the Odintsovsky region of the Moscow region in 1 km to the West from Moscow. The railway station is on the line Moscow — Smolensk.
The population is 1,5 thousand inhabitants. The river Chachenka flows through the village. To its occurrence Nemchinovka is obliged to the Moscow-Brest railway (1870) and to merchants brothers Nemchinov petitioned for the station construction.
Historical summer resort: Fedor Shehtel, Kazimir Malevich, Mariette Shaginyan, Sergey Eisenstein lived in Nemchinovka at different times.
Proximity to the capital and the picturesque nature of the Moscow region are the key components of success of RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX «Top Park».
Near to the complex are located: skiing downhill, an elite fishing sports complex «Romashkovo», an equestrian centre, shop "Ashan" and an entertaining center Formula of Cinema with 12 cinema halls.
The convenient transport connection with the center and other regions of Moscow is set from the residential complex «Top park» . Two stations Romashkovo, Nemchinovka are located here. Public transport buses to the Metro station Kuntsevskaya pass through the village territory. A new high-speed trace, which project it is already developed, will provide an additional convenient passage up to the business centre of the capital.
Passage along Gorbunov St. to MKAD, or ramp to the direction of the Technical center «Kuntsevo» from MKAD. Further along the Moscovskaya St. through the village Nemchinovka up to the T-shaped crossroads, then turn to the right on the Soviet prospectus.