Kyiv municipal authorities to involve investors in construction of 49 facilities

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Sept. 17, 2012, 10:20 a.m. | Ukraine — by Interfax-Ukraine

A general view of the Olimpiyskiy (Olympic) stadium in Kyiv, taken 19 April 2007.

Kyiv City State Administration has extended to 49 the number of projects to be put to tender to attract investors.

According to the city state administration's instruction No. 1504 dated August 29, 2012, the list includes six construction projects for various sports complexes, in particular two in Holosiyivsky district, three in Darnytsky district, and one in Dniprovsky districts.

In addition, the city authorities are planning to involve investors in the construction of a hotel and health improvement complex with a football pitch, a children's playground, and a parking lot on Bazhana Avenue near the Osokorky subway station in Darnytsky district, as well as a camping area with a hotel and restaurant complex in the Sviatoshynsky district of the capital.

The list of investment projects also includes housing construction projects, in particular a block of flats in Darnytsky district, a housing area in Desniansky district, a 16-storey block of flats in Shevchenkivsky district, etc.

The investment projects mostly involve the construction of parking lots, including ones in Holosiyivsky, Obolonsky, and Solomiansky districts of Kyiv.

Kyiv City State Administration will also propose that investors contribute to a project on a comprehensive development of Maskym Rylsky Park in Holosiyivsky district, which foresees the construction of a sports and health improvement complex, a leisure center, amusement park, a center of arts, a children's café, etc.

The municipal authorities also added to the list construction projects of a SPA and restaurant complex in Sviatoshynsky district, a hypermarket in Dniprovsky district, a trade and leisure center in Obolonsky district, a business center in Solomiansky district, etc.

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