Company of Moscow region Head's brother to develop district in Leningrad region
Maxim Vorobiev intends to invest more than 30 billion rubles in the project.
The younger brother of the Moscow region Governor Andrei Vorobiev Maxim bought 80 hectares of land in the Lavriki village in the Leningrad region. His development company Samolet LO is planning to build a residential in area 740 thousand square meters. The company intends to invest more than 30 billion rubles in the project, according to Vedomosti. Samolet LO intends to complete the ambitious construction for 10 years.
An edition’s source said that the Maxim Vorobiev’s company bought the land from Leader Group.
Samolet LO company was established in 2015. 81.7% of shares is belonged to Maxim Vorobiev and 18% owned by Evgeny Evtushevsky. The company’s portfolio is composed of one development project. It builds a residential quarter Murino 2017 on 140 thousand square meters near the Lavriki village. Market experts point out that on areas near Lavriki there is the largest concentration of apartments’ offers among all other districts and suburbs of St. Petersburg - there are about 2 million square meters of housing on sale.
Samolet LO is not only business project of Maxim Vorobiev. Earlier, the businessman told about the creation of a consonant brand – Samolet Dve Stolicy. It is known little about this project, only that the company intends to buy up development projects in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
Vorobiev is also a shareholder of 47.9% stake in the Russkaya Akvakultura company dealing with Atlantic salmon and lake trout (up to 2015 – Russkoe More). Note that earlier Gennady Timchenko was a business partner of the Moscow region Governor’s brother. Timchenko had shares (30%) of Russkoe More, but in 2014 coming under foreign sanctions sold them to his son-in-law Gleb Frank.
Maxim Vorobiev owns 33% of another development company, SPb Renovation, which is headed by his business partner Evtushevsky.
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