Overlooking Kremlin to the west, Saint Basil's Cathedral and Zaradye to the north, and the Moscow River to the south, this project is a vital part of the heart of Moscow. It visually connects the most significant historical monuments. In addition to improving the cultural hotspot, it also places emphasis upon providing abundant green space, paved public space and pedestrian roots. However, heavy traffic around Kremlin is a serious problem for the pedestrians. Not only does this problem represent the weakest point in this famous tourist destination, but also makes Moscow River totally inaccessible.
The new master plan creates a new quarter, a new tourist location and a place with important qualities for the city. It keeps in mind that, besides creating a continuation of cultural hotspot, there should also be a generosity of green areas, diverse public space and pedestrian paths. The goal of this project is to modernize Moscow city center while maintaining a warm green city feeling. This will preserve the colorful Moscow culture and history and make it a part of new modern, but yet human city.