Makarova emb., 32

This property is another member of Jensen’s long list of class A business centers, which was newly built and reconstructed in 2009. Both large international tenants as well as Russian companies have brought Jensen House II to 99%. This achievement of virtual maximum occupancy was made possible with the help of Makarova’s lastest new tenant, Ust Luga—the major trade sea port’s new office. The picturesque terrace views of the Neva embankment and Petrovsky stadium make for an ideal working place. The amazing aesthetics of the property are matched by its convenience for commuters with there being two metro stations within walking distance. Furthermore, being located on Vasielvsky Island is immensely advantageous to accessing all major areas of St. Petersburg.
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