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Pharmacies and Coffee Shops Will Start Working at Six Stations of the MCRR
1.12.2017 18:00
Pharmacies and Coffee Shops Will Start Working at Six Stations of the MCRR

 Pharmacies and coffee shops will start working at six stations of the Moscow Central Ring Railway (MCRR) at the beginning of next year. The first tenders for the right to lease retail trade premises have been completed. As a result, the tenants of pavilions have been chosen at the stations: Business Centre, Verkhnie Kotly, Novokhokhlovskaya, Izmailovo, Streshnevo and Panfilovskaya, these will open in 2018.

Coffee shops will sell sandwiches, soups, croissants, lemonade, tea and hot coffee. The city residents will be able to have a snack on the spot or take food and drinks with them. The total area allocated for fast food outlets exceeds 150 square meters. An average area of a coffee shop will vary from 30 to 50 square meters.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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