Tashkent City international business centre concept approved
Tashkent City, a brand new international business centre for the Uzbek capital, has been officially approved.
Covering nearly a square kilometer of Tashkent’s city centre, the developemnt is said to be inspired by the harmony between nature and the city, in which there will be a seamless mix of urban facilities and an abundance of greenery, water, and open park areas.
The development will include conference and exhibition centres, a hypermarket, large retail spaces, restaurants, and cafés, as well as underground parking. The tallest buildings intended for offices, hotels, and apartments, will be 40 floors high at most, while residential will not exceed 12 floors. Broad avenues will provide for heavy traffic flows.
Tashkent City is designed to be an attractive area for both residents and visitors to Tashkent, with luxury apartments and five-star hotels, shopping and entertainment opportunities, as well as a myriad of facilities for doing business. The new development is intended to serve as a business hub for the entire Central Asian region and to aid foreign investment in the country.
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