St. Petersburg authorities have plans to auction a portion upstream of the site which will house the metro Station «Novorostovskaya» — it will be build next to the new stadium «Zenit arena» on Krestovsky island. It is expected that this area will be built yacht club, said on Thursday correspondents Vice-Governor of Marat Oganesyan. The interest in this project are already showing the structure of Gazprom, told a source close to FC «Zenit».
«in the approved project plan upstream site is meant yacht club. The metro will take presumably 10×10 meters, the rest is Parking and yacht club, — said Marat Oganesyan.- This one site put up for auction».
according to Him, the city authorities suggest to the 20th of September of the current year to get the design documentation for the upstream area, past the Glavgosexpertiza, before the end of the year to host the contest and to enter into a contract for its development. Alluvium is expected to be completed in mid-2015.» once will be completed upstream region, a part of her, a small, will be auctioned under the yacht club,» said Marat Oganesyan.
As said a source close to the St. Petersburg football club «Zenit», the Interest in this project are already showing the structure of Gazprom.» This yacht club can be used to deliver to the stadium of top managers of the organization and the players,» — said the head of the Department. He said that another yacht club, the price of about $ 60 million, will be built in the relative vicinity of the stadium at high altitude «Lakhta center», which can become the headquarters of Gazprom.
The official comment of FC «Zenit «and «Gazprom» At this point in time does not have.
About the stadium «Zenit arena»
- The state approved the construction cost of the Zenith Arena in 34, 9 billion rubles
- Smolny has announced a contest for the completion of the Zenith Arena in 9, 14 billion rubles
- Source: completed work on the creation of the basketball club Zenit
- Football Rubin Paul Mogilevets for 2 days to join the Zenith
- Gazprom Neft has no plans to reduce their sponsorship of sports clubs