The Arashukovs sell their St. Petersburg penthouse after searches 

The Arashukovs sell their St. Petersburg penthouse after searches
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The price is 99 million rubles ($1.5 million), urgent sale.

The family of Senator Rauf Arashukov, who has been arrested on charges of taking part in an organized criminal community, two murders, and putting pressure on a witness, is selling its luxurious apartment in St. Petersburg. This is reported by Mash via Telegram. 

According to the listing, an apartment of 260 square meters is located in a modern residential complex Novaya Zvezda (‘New Star’). The panoramic windows of the two-level penthouse overlook the waters of the Malaya Nevka River, the Vyazemsky Garden, and the Kamenny Island park ensemble. 

“The penthouse has modern style custom decoration and an original and comfortable interior. It represents a harmoniously zoned space: a spacious kitchen-living room with a fireplace, four bedrooms, spacious walk-in closets, and three bathrooms. The spacious terrace allows to truly enjoy the city sights. The apartment is equipped with autonomous supply and exhaust ventilation and air conditioning system.   




As for infrastructure, the house residents can take advantage of a 24-hour reception with a lobby bar, a large-scale sports and recreation complex with a gym, a solarium, a massage room, a tennis hall, a sauna, and a 25-meter swimming pool. 

Moreover, the residential complex has its own security service and multi-level access control. There is also a guarded parking place. A household complex is serving the residents. 






The cost of the luxury housing is 99 million rubles, which is lower than the market price. It is an urgent sale; apparently, the relatives want to make it before the court seizes the apartment, and Gazprom gets it as compensation for the damage. 

To recall, according to the investigation, Rauf Arashukov’s father Raul organized a criminal community to steal gas. It was then sold to private companies and individuals for cash through a fairly extensive network of intermediaries. The damage is estimated at 30 billion rubles ($457 million).



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