Kuznetsky cradle is a cultural-historical center, Park and cultural heritage. The project idea was born in the "bowels" of the public organization "Kuznetsk Sich" in 2014, it was built around the "revival" of the coat of arms of the city of Novokuznetsk with the creation of the "Royal stables" with a live white stallion, the force of the Kuznetsk and the tower, which would have shown all the beauty and splendor of wooden architecture, and allowed to form their unique new urban tradition.
Park Kuznetskaya Cradle, of course, designed for different needs of tourists. Someone interested in history and archaeology, anyone is interested to see natural attractions, someone interested in active rest. The construction of Township village will be active. It is planned to place artists of different directions, such as potters, blacksmiths, weavers, wood carvers, shoemakers, masters of painting, weaving, needlework and quackery. Also in the village is a school and Church, in which it will be possible to teach old letters and science. This content will enable the development of small business and new jobs. The village will be built a restaurant-tea house, which will give the opportunity, not leaving the Park to sample Russian cuisine, as well as the tower hotel for rest and stay for overnight visitors to the city. Of course in our plans is the intention to attract residents and guests to visit this unique place, this will be organised historical re-enactments and other entertainment. The project will be not only historical, but also ecological, as it will be cleaned a huge area Topolnikov where rare species of plants, dozens of species of birds, some of which, like some of the plants listed in the Red book of Russia.
The project is so saturated that it opens potential new opportunities.
The uniqueness is that in any city of Siberia there is no possibility to place such a project in the city centre.
Russia, Kemerovo Oblast, Novokuznetsk
Project price: 6 000 000 000
Investments volume: 5 000 000 000
Stage: Business for sale
Ordyintsev Pavel Alekseevich