To date, apartments with small dimensions are a very priority point in solving the problems associated with housing. Even the smallest apartment is able to get along with fashionable and convenient solutions. Perhaps, it was thanks to this that such apartments became a very frequent guest in the projects of the developers near Moscow.
Accessibility and, importantly – the quality of such compact housing eventually led to the fact that the demand for small apartments increased sharply, while experts noted the low level of the offer in the market of such apartments.
Commercial Director of Gorodok, Arkady Lithuanian, says that during the design of apartments, his company tried to really take into account all the needs of the middle class, as well as the possibilities of these. The unification of such features became possible in the housing “OKVIL”, where the tiny areas of apartments were combined into a single whole, which did not exceed 30 m2 with high -quality brick construction, which included the services of the service and parking, and of course – the infrastructure, combined with all other business class needs.
It is worth noting that in the USSR they tried to solve such housing problems through typical houses, which we still know as “Khrushchev”. For nine years, more than 54 million people have become the owners of these apartments. Architect Nikolai Lyzlov considers “Khrushchev” a kind of phenomenon in urban development, which to this day has the right to life. If you are correctly reconstructed, then such houses will be able to take a very worthy place in the residential real estate market.