An unfinished diamond center will be demolished behind Yekaterinburg City Hall. They want to make a park in its place.

In this form, the object stands from the middle of “zero”
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Long-term construction on Teatralny Lane, behind Yekaterinburg City Hall and the Passage Mall, is likely to be demolished. The city administration refused to extend the building permit to the owner of the building, a source familiar with the situation told URA.RU. According to another person, the authorities plan to improve this place.

Initially, a jewelry center had to appear there. But the landlord only had enough money to build a frame on the fourth floor level and the construction site stopped. At the beginning of 2021, discussions about the fate of the project started again. The representative of an anonymous investor Andrey Gazizov talked about plans for a 20-storey tower with a rotating observation deck. They wanted to set up a restaurant in it, a unique business of processing and studying products from the Urals gemstones. However, the architectural and town planning council in the mayor’s office crushed the idea.

However, at the end of 2021, the owner received a building permit from the regional Ministry of Construction. As of January 1, 2022, these powers are in the hands of the administration. “And last week, the mayor’s office refused to extend the investor’s license. There will probably be a lawsuit with a request for demolition [объект]”, – informed the source. “As far as I know, the mayor’s office is planning to build a park there,” the second interlocutor added.

It was not possible to immediately receive a formal comment from the authorities. None of the city’s construction supervisors answered the correspondent’s call.

Earlier, URA.RU wrote about other steps taken by the mayor’s office to combat long-term construction, spoiling the appearance of Yekaterinburg. In March, officials allowed former deputy Oleg Khabibullin to complete the construction of a business center on Oktyabrskaya Square and are now in talks with Atomstroykompleks to complete the construction of the Opera Tower next to the Vysotsky Business Center. In addition, the authorities continue to sue the beneficiaries of the arbitrarily erected business center “Sverdlovsk” near the train station and try to dominate the empty kiosk at the intersection of 8 March and Bolshakova streets.

This was the design of the tower in 2004

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And that’s how they saw it in 2021

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Long-term construction on Teatralny Lane, behind Yekaterinburg City Hall and the Passage Mall, is likely to be demolished. The city administration refused to extend the building permit to the owner of the building, a source familiar with the situation told URA.RU. According to another person, the authorities plan to improve this place. Initially, a jewelry center had to appear there. But the landlord only had enough money to build a frame on the fourth floor level and the construction site stopped. At the beginning of 2021, discussions about the fate of the project started again. The representative of an anonymous investor Andrey Gazizov talked about plans for a 20-storey tower with a rotating observation deck. They wanted to set up a restaurant in it, a unique business of processing and studying products from the Urals gemstones. However, the architectural and town planning council in the mayor’s office crushed the idea. However, at the end of 2021, the owner received a building permit from the regional Ministry of Construction. As of January 1, 2022, these powers are in the hands of the administration. “And last week, the mayor’s office refused to extend the investor’s license. There will probably be a lawsuit with a request for demolition [объект]”, – informed the source. “As far as I know, the mayor’s office is planning to build a park there,” the second interlocutor added. It was not possible to quickly receive an official comment from the authorities. None of the city’s construction supervisors answered the correspondent’s call. Earlier, URA.RU wrote about other steps taken by the mayor’s office to combat long-term construction, spoiling the appearance of Yekaterinburg. In March, officials allowed former deputy Oleg Khabibullin to complete the construction of a business center on Oktyabrskaya Square and are now in talks with Atomstroykompleks to complete the construction of the Opera Tower next to the Vysotsky Business Center. In addition, the authorities continue to sue the beneficiaries of the arbitrarily erected business center “Sverdlovsk” near the train station and try to dominate the empty kiosk at the intersection of 8 March and Bolshakova streets.

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