Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
“Federation Tower” is one of the largest and most ambitious projects in the Russian capital. The total area of the project is 443,00 sq.m. The best professionals from different countries of the world were involved in the creation of this unique high-rise complex, each of which is a leader in its field. The most stringent regulations in the world have been applied to the construction of the complex. Even at the construction stage, the Federation Tower became a legend: the largest foundation slab in the world in terms of volume (14 thousand cubic meters) was poured into its foundation. The project has won numerous international awards and prizes.
According to the international classification of skyscrapers 'Federation Tower' is an ultra-high skyscraper - its height is 374 meters.
Penthouse occupies 95-97 floors. At this height, exceptional views - only the sky around you.
Real panoramic windows without walls and ceiling gives the impression of a giant glass dome that envelops the three floors of the penthouse. It was custom designed, manufactured in Europe and assembled on site. Nothing prevents you from enjoying the stunning lively paintings of Moscow.
Architectural and design features include a soaring main hall, panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows, ceiling heights up to 12 meters and two high-speed elevators.
The penthouse has an open floor plan and a flexible layout.
The first level is now set up with a lounge area with a bar, two dining rooms, a kitchen, a music room, a wine room, a movie theater, a cigar room, and a library with panoramic views and bookshelves more than 10 meters high.
The 96th floor has multiple bedroom suites, a family room and a playroom.
The top floor is envisioned as a business suite for the owner and a separate health and entertainment complex, which includes a gym, a sauna, a hammam, a massage room, lounge areas and etc.
Moscow is a city more than eight centuries old, evolved from a hunting village on the Moskva River to the crown jewel of Eastern Europe. Iconic monuments such as St. Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square and the Kremlin are the soul of the city, yet expressions of its architectural and artistic achievements are everywhere, including its 100-plus parks, gardens and squares.