A buildings of the former automatic telephone station on Zubovskaya square in Moscow, the capital city of Russia, soon will be reconstructed in a hotel with a total area of 10,795 square meters.
According to the project, a partial dismantling and restoration of the 3-5-7-storey complex will be carried out in the building of the former station. It is noted that a spatial composition with an inner courtyard is planned to be preserved.
Facades forming the front of the building are expected to be restored. Beneath the complex a two-level underground section for parking and technological facilities will be constructed.
The hotel will have 119 rooms. The entire first floor, except for the section along the Dashkov lane, will be a public area with lobby, restaurant and bar.