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Initial master plan:
ROMA Design Group, San Francisco, CA, USA
Detailed master plan:
Swanke Hayden Connell Architects Moscow, RF and London, and ARUP, London, UK
Residential Architecture:
Swanke Hayden Connell Architects, Moscow and London
Transport Consultant:
ARUP, London, UK
Business Park Architecture:
Hornberger & Worstell, San Francisco CA

The North Village covers a 267-ha area, sub-divided into separate development zones.  Its vision is a “decompression zone”, offering a gradual transition from hi-density megalopolis living into more human-scale suburban settings with flexible office and residential spaces.  North Village will host a major university and research campus, a transit village organized around a railway station, a contemporary shopping center, an office park, and a variety of residential buildings, ranging from high-rise apartment complexes (up to 15 floors), to mid-rise (5 to 7 floors), to urban townhouses.

Site - 267 hectares, 
Density –
variable from 5,000 to 11,000 sq. m. per hectare
Total space at buildout
– 1,600,000 sq. m.,
Population at buildout
– 40,000 residents

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