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. »

Visualization

Technology

"World of Science" и Planetarium

Transformable Hall

Observation deck

Panoramic restaurant

Project Status

November 2018:

  • 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

Photo

Video

Panoramas

Presentation Materials

News and Publications

13.09.2011, Izvestia (Moscow), Alexandra Mertsalova

Recently the construction of the skyscraper for Gazprom in Saint Petersburg has been finally approved. Since 2006 this project has changed its title twice and its location once. As a result a 470m tall tower will be built in Lakhta district of Saint Petersburg. Prior to the commencement of the works Executive Director of Social and Business center Okhta CJSC Alexander Bobkov told Izvestia reporter Alexandra Metsalova why large corporations are not very much interested in the public opinion.

Read more
09.09.2011

The best solutions used in Europe for the transformation of cities were used in the project of Lakhta Center public and business area implemented by Gazprom Neft in Primorsky district of Saint Petersburg, said Executive Director of Social and Business Center Okhta CJSC Alexander Bobkov at the congress named “The Transformation of Cities”.

Read more
07.09.2011, Gazeta.ru, Denis Zelikson

The delegation of the World Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) headed by its President, Professor Sang-De Kim visited Moscow. The representatives of the international non-for-profit organization dealing with research in the sphere of high-rise construction and urban planning came to Russia to see how the skyscrapers of large corporations are taking roots on the Russian soil.

Read more
29.08.2011, INTERFAX NORTH-WEST

Social and Business Center Okhta obtained an approval of the construction of the tower as part of Lakhta Center complex in Petersburg from the North-western Interregional Directorate for Air Transport (Rosaviation).

Read more
23.08.2011, INTERFAX

Ex-governor of Petersburg Valentina Matvienko is still confident that the city is in demand for Gazprom business center.

Read more
23.08.2011

The main theme of the Second Petersburg Youth Architectural Festival titled Arteria which opened last week in the House of Architects in Zelenogorsk, was the high-rise development of the shores of the eastern part of the Gulf of Finland.

Read more
15.08.2011, INTERFAX

Vice Premier of the RF Dmitriy Kozak is sure that the relocation of the project of the construction of Gazprom business center from the site of Ohkta to the area of the Gulf of Finland to Lakhta is a compromise.

Read more
12.08.2011, Izvestiya (Saint Petersburg), Viktor Gromov

Even the Committee for State Control, Use and Protection of Historic and Cultural Landmarks acknowledges that in accordance with the law "On the boundaries of the areas of the protection of cultural heritage..." any property located outside 6km from the center lose the sharpness of the outline and do not influence the visual impact of the protected panoramas.

Read more
11.08.2011, INTERFAX

A lifesaving station can be located at Lakhta Center site however this issue is dealt with by the authorities of Petersburg, according to Press Service of Public and Business center Okhta CJSC.

Read more
05.08.2011

Order of the Committee for Urban Development and Architecture of the Saint-Petersburg Government granted permission to deviate from the limiting parameters of permitted construction in respect of increasing the maximum height of buildings and structures up to 500 meters for the capital construction project on a land plot of 139,401 sq. m at: Bldg. 3 Letter "A", 2 Lakhtinsky Prospect, Saint-Petersburg.

Read more