Bolshaya Dmitrovka IX is a complex of de luxe class apartments located on the same name street in the Tverskoy district of Moscow. The complex occupies three club-like six-storey buildings - the carefully reconstructed 'History' building with security status, built by Adolph Erichson at the beginning of the century along Bolshaya Dmitrovka Street. The facade of The History is decorated with tiles and preserved masks of Egyptian pharaohs and has 32 apartments. Two other mansions, 'Light' (in white with straight lines) and 'Breed' (decorated with bottle-glass stone) have 35 apartments each; they were designed by the famous Moscow bureau 'Tsimaylo, Lyashenko and Partners'. This is a closed quarter of three detached houses with underground parking, author's design of public areas, three variants of finishing of apartments. In the residential estate 'Bolshaya Dmitrovka 9' there are apartments and penthouses with terraces from 84,5 to 325 sq.m. The ceiling height is from 3.1 to 4.6 meters. Three variants of finishing of the apartments are stipulated in each of the mansions. Three-level underground parking for 207 cars. Charging stations for electric cars. Washing and washing of the wheels. Elevator for sports cars.