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Initial master plan: Hunt, Hale, Jones Architects, San Francisco, CA and Wood Rodgers, Sacramento, CA
Residential Architecture: Hunt, Hale, Jones Architects, San Francisco, CA and KTGY Architects, USA
Interior Design for Model Homes: Hunt, Hale, Jones Architects, San Francisco, CA

As one of several new communities in the Konstantinovo Master Plan in Domodedovo Urban District of the Moscow Region, Chulpanovo, a Phase 1A3, was designed in response to market demand for housing outside of the urban congestion of Moscow. It will be a quiet refuge in the woods, away from the fast pace of downtown.

Chulpanovo targets a range of mid-level homebuyers, and offers upscale housing for well-established families, single-family homes on smaller lots for young families, and attached housing for working professionals.  Parks, open-space areas with trails, schools, and commercial facilities have been carefully configured to provide basic services within convenient walking distance, which will help to minimize external automobile trips.

The project covers 195 hectares; the land plan proposes 1,758 dwelling units and a mix of seven different housing types, ranging from estate homes on 1,600 square meter lots to stacked flat condominiums within the Town Center area. Approximately 27% of the Plan Area is committed to open space, parks, pedestrian parkways, paseos, and expanded landscape corridors and medians along main streets.

Site - 195 hectares 
Total 1,758 dwelling units
– low density, 1900 sq.m. per hectare
Total space at buildout
– 375,000 sq. m.,
Population at buildout
– 4,400 residents

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