This quiet old-world neighborhood is also home to high-standards infrastructure. Both hearty and prestigious, Pokrovka district also boasts a cluster of schools and gymnasiums with high ratings and brilliant teachers. If you like sport and exercise, Bauman Garden is what you need, as well as cozy courtyards, public gardens and a pedestrian area inside Sadovoye Ring, offering an easy walk to Zaryadye and Kremlin.
Moscow’s favorite child
Some Moscow neighborhoods are like beloved children of the old city. Moscow protects them, takes care of them, remembers their early years fondly and rejoices in their success and progress. The area of Kazakov and Pokrovka Streets is among the beloved children of Moscow. This wunderkind combines intelligence, vitality and vision, respect for the past and self-confidence.
Residents of Kazakov Grand Loft do not need to make efforts to reach the city’s cultural centerpieces. Fashionable Gogol Center and ARMA are located in just five minutes, Vinzavod is 10 minutes’ walk away, and a leisurely 20-minute stroll will lead to Sovremennik or Rolan Theaters at Chistye Prudy.
It’s enough to say that it takes only half an hour to walk from Grand Loft to Kremlin. Dozens of city attractions of different historical periods are all around the building. Bauman Garden with its cafés, walking paths, yoga classes, concerts and city festivals is just one hundred meters away.
A few words about intellect: ten schools and gymnasiums, including the Higher School of Economics lyceum, are located within 15 minutes’ walk. Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow Institute of Engineers in Geodesy, Aerophotography and Cartography, several departments of Higher School of Economics, and other universities and colleges are also nearby.