Lakhta Center is a multifunctional complex in St. Petersburg with the Gazprom headquarter and public spaces occupying a third of the area. Construction was completed in October 2018, now start work on the arrangement of business and public areas. The opening will take place in about a year, when the complex will be fully prepared to meet guests. »



"World of Science" и Planetarium

Transformable Hall

Observation deck

Panoramic restaurant

Project Status

October 2019:

  • Main construction and installation works are completed,
  • Preparation for the commissioning of the Complex is in progress.

Video of stages of construction

Panoramas of stages




Presentation Materials

News and Publications

20.06.2012, РБК daily Saint Petersburg. "Companies & markets" Supplement (Saint Petersburg)

Vice President of the Russian Tourist Industry Union Sergey Korneev expressed his view on the level of tourist infrastructure development in Petersburg.

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06.06.2012, Аgenstvo business novostey (Information agency)

Russian companies can afford not to save money on eco-technologies in the construction of their offices and residential housing. According to experts, it will facilitate to promoting green construction in the Russian market. This standpoint was declared at a round table discussion “Green Construction: Myth or Reality” in Petersburg.

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On May 24 2012 at a roundtable discussion titled “Green Construction Myth or Reality?” experts discussed the future development of an ecologic and power efficient technologies market in construction, the particularities of financing and certification of Russian green construction projects and possible hindrances resulting in not so extensive use of eco-technologies in construction as one would expect.

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17.05.2012, (Information Agency)

"The historic center of Petersburg still combines too many functions, i.e. business, culture and entertainment, shopping, communication, etc. It should be relieved as much as possible. Petersburg should ponder on the idea of the creation of a new business area and the relocation of administrative bodies there".

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16.05.2012, ABN

Lakhta Center Project in Primorsky district of Petersburg will be built by using ecologically friendly technologies. It was declared by the experts at a roundtable discussion on the future implementation of large scale projects in Russian and in Petersburg.

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20.04.2012,, Denis Zelikson

The model of ancient Greek city states tends to be relevant in the modern world. The experts taking part in the discussion titled The Management of a Future City held in Moscow under the auspices of The Economist Magazine pointed out that it is large cities rather than countries which are a unit of measurement in the worldwide economy and geopolitics.

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02.04.2012,, Nikita Malyutin

After a public and business complex such as Lakhta Center is built, the traffic flow in Primorsky district will inevitably increase. However the experts are sure that if the city implements all the infrastructure projects in this part of Petersburg which were announced earlier, then the road and street network will cope with the burden. Furthermore the building of the complex will change the nature of the flow by changing the life for the best.

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11.03.2012, Interfax

According to Director of the Bureau of Territorial Information Systems and Urban Planning Modeling of the City’s NIPIgrad Mikhail Petrovich, the design of the exit hall of the metro station in the area of the future public and business Lakhta Center in Petersburg will be completed this year.

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24.02.2012, (Information Agency)

Alexander Bobkov, Director of Social and Business Center Okhta CJSC, a developer of Lakhta Center said that the project of the construction of Gazprom company group headquarters, Lakhta Center, includes a smart double skin façade providing heat insulation of the building, sensors which enable to maintain an optimal temperature and a few state-of-the-art technologies.

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02.02.2012, Regnum - Baltica

A committed formation of the sea façade of Saint Petersburg comprising the future Lakhta Center, the Lenexpo pavilions having been renovated and some other large-scale complexes will set up a new standard of a seaside city esthetics.

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