President elect Giorgi Margvelashvili has refused to move to it
saying he will do with more modest living quarters in the building of
the State Chancellery.
This will be his temporary residence until a 19th century building
which used to house the U.S. embassy in Georgia is refurbished for him.
The refurbishing that will cost several dozen million U.S. dollars
was launched under the previous administration. The building was meant
as the residence of the future prime minister which Saakashvili was
expected to become after his second presidential term.