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Minsk Introduces New Series of State-Developed Residential Buildings

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Hadeel Hashem
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Minsk Introduces New Series of State-Developed Residential Buildings

Minsk, Belarus, is set to undergo a significant transformation with the introduction of a new series of residential buildings. The state developer has unveiled the construction of these new homes, designed to cater to the growing housing needs of the city's residents. These buildings, produced by the Plant of Efficient Industrial Structures (PEIS), will be erected in various districts of Minsk, including the much-anticipated Novinki area.

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Series 24RS-1.19: A New Standard in Housing

The first of these buildings, a five-story complex known as series 24RS-1.19, has already been completed in the Serebryanka district. This new model of housing is distinguished by its attractive facade, ground-level entrances, and an absence of height differences on the way to the elevator. This feature, coupled with the inclusion of lobbies with stained glass windows, adds a touch of elegance to the building's overall design.

Enhanced Layouts for Superior Living

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Inside, the apartments offer enhanced layouts equipped with sizable entryways, spacious kitchens, storage rooms, and glazed balconies, some of which have two in individual units. In addition, the buildings feature dedicated spaces for storing household equipment and prams, catering to the needs of families with young children. While the number of floors, sections, and apartment layouts may differ, the primary goal remains the same - to provide more comfortable and accessible living spaces for residents.

Expansion Plans Across Minsk

But the transformation doesn't stop there. Other districts in Minsk, such as Filimonova - Stoletova and Kuprevicha - Programistov, are also on the list for similar developments. These locations are slated to be home to taller residential complexes, aligning with the city's vision for urban development. As Minsk continues to grow, these new housing series are poised to redefine the city's residential landscape, offering improved design and functionality to its residents.

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