Analysts have estimated the change in the height of new buildings in Russian cities over 5 years

New houses have grown most noticeably in Khabarovsk and Orenburg. The largest decrease was recorded in Omsk

In 2019-2024, the average number of floors of the building under construction in the largest cities of Russia did not change much. Fluctuations were in a narrow range from 18.3 to 18.9 floors, the analysts of the CIAN advertising service reported in a study received by the editorial office, noting that in some cities there was still a more pronounced dynamics.

Over the past five years, according to the CIAN, new houses in Khabarovsk have grown most noticeably (from 12 to 18 floors) and Orenburg (from the 16th to the 21st floor). Also, the increase in number of floors was recorded in new buildings in Chelyabinsk (from 14 to 17 floors), Yaroslavl (from 12 to 14 floors), Ufa (from 19 to 21 floors) and Tyumen (from 17 to 18 floors), the study says.

But in almost every second major city in the country, new buildings have become slightly lower, the CIAN said. The most noticeable decrease (by three to four residential levels) was recorded in Omsk (from 16 to 12 floors), Perm (from 20 to 17 floors) and St. Petersburg (from 17 to 14 floors), the study says.

Change in the average number of floors of new buildings under construction in the largest cities of Russia (number of floors)

Location 2019 2024 Barnaul 15.7 16.4 Vladivostok 24.4 21.5 Volgograd 13.8 15.9 Voronezh 19.2 18.7 Yekaterinburg 21.2 22.3 Izhevsk 18.3 17.3 Irkutsk 15.9 14.6 Kazan 17 17.6 Kaliningrad 11.4 10.2 Kemerovo 13.7 13.8 Krasnodar 18.7 17.3 Krasnoyarsk 17.8 17.3 Leningrad Region 15.3 12.7 Makhachkala 10.9 11.2 Moscow 22.9 24.1 Moscow Region 18.5 16.4 Naberezhnye Chelny 17.1 17.1 Nizhny Novgorod 15.2 17.5 Novokuznetsk 18.3 18.8 Novosibirsk 18.3 18.9 Omsk 15.8 11.9 Orenburg 16 21.6 Perm 19.8 16.6 Rostov-on-Don 21.3 22.5 Ryazan 21.8 21.3 Samara 19.6 21.4 St. Petersburg 16.7 13.6 Saratov 13.8 18 Sevastopol 9.2 7.7 Sochi 13.4 13.8 Stavropol 14.2 14.5 Tolyatti 12.4 10 Tomsk 17 14.2 Tyumen 17.2 18.1 Ulyanovsk 19.8 18.2 Ufa 19.6 21.2 Khabarovsk 12.3 18.3 Chelyabinsk 14.3 17.4 Yaroslavl 12.3 14.6


The study clarifies that the increase in the height of projects is hindered due to urban planning and technological constraints. “The construction of buildings above 25 floors requires the fulfillment of additional construction requirements, the involvement of contractors with experience in implementing such projects, and the availability of fire extinguishing equipment for such buildings in the region,” the analysts explained.

Domclick recently named the most important characteristics of new buildings for Russians. It turned out that the average area of housing that Russians from large cities are interested in ranges from 39 to 61 square meters. m. At the same time, most citizens are most often interested in comfort-class residential complexes.

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