“Tsar-apartment.” Gazprom head turns out to own 1 billion apartment which outperforms Sechin
The area of Aleksey Miller’s apartment is almost 1400 square meters.
Gazprom head Aleksey Miller has turned out to be an owner of a St.Petersburg-based huge apartment with an area of 1396 square meters, reports Baza.
According to the article, the senior executive’s apartment is located on Mytinskaya embankment in a well-known triangle-house between the embankment and Zoologichesky lane. According to Baza, Miller purchased the real estate in 2014 for 1 billion rubles ($15.3 million). Its cadastral value is estimated at 284 million rubles ($4.3 million).
Data on the apartment is included in the Unified State Register of Immovable Property. Moreover, according to the Register information, Miller has two other apartments in the same with an area of 186 and 401 square meters. It is unknown whether these three apartments are combined or not. If it’s so, the total area of Gazprom head’s apartments is 1983 square meters which is a quarter of Zenit-Arena stadium.
The luxurious apartment offers views of the Neva river, Peter and Paul Fortress, Hermitage, and St. Isaac Cathedral.
Rosneft head Igor Sechin had earlier been considered the owner of the largest apartment. According to the media, he owns an apartment on Korobeynikov lane in Moscow with an area of 1229 square meters. With that, it’s about two times more expensive than the Miller’s apartment.
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