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  1. Universal Moscow is not dead yet. Translated news article from this month:


    The Universal Studios theme park, which A101 Development is to build, is planned to be launched in the first half of 2018, Dmitry Volkov, commercial director of the A101 group of companies, told the Moscow City News Agency.

    "Since we have now changed the place of accommodation (initially this was all worked out at the intersection of the Moscow Ring Road and the Warsaw Highway, and now we are considering this on the Kaluga highway section, between the Kaluga Highway and the understudy), some things had to be changed in the preliminary concept. So for a full-fledged design we will not leave until the first half of next year, "- said D. Volkov.

    Earlier, the head of the Moscow department of development of new territories, Vladimir Zhidkin, told the Moscow agency that the amount of investment in the project could amount to about $ 2.5 billion.

    JSC "A101 Development" specializes in the construction of real estate. During 23 years of work in the construction industry, more than 40,000 apartments with a total area of ​​more than 1 million square meters have been built. The land bank of the company, which is part of the industrial and financial groups "Safmar", is more than 2.5 thousand hectares in the territory of Tienna.

  2. The location has changed.

  3. TheRantanplan is offline Curious Chap
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    Recent pictures. Nothing happened on site since 2012.

  4. Michael is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    From what I have been told, this project is not dead so the potential is still there but at the same time little to no progress is being made on the park.

  5. Insider scoop. It won't get built. Wait and see.

  6. Nope. Going ahead.

    According to Russian media reports, NBC Universal could break ground on its own Moscow-based theme park — in the works for years — early next year. All three parks are scheduled to open in 2018.
    The entertainment and retail segments are doing well in Russia despite the overall economic downturn, making projects of that kind popular with investors.

    So popular, in fact, that NBC Universal and DreamWorks are going ahead with their separate theme parks despite NBCU's takeover of DreamWorks Animation earlier this year.
    Source: Hollywood Reporter (they would know)

  7. What happened? Cancelled?

  8. Is this still a go? I know a lot of Universal guys who were busy with this park a couple of years ago..

  9. Valentina is offline New User
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    The metal structure visible on the pictures from November 2015 has now been removed. Not sure if this means progress, though.

  10. Both Universal Studios Moscow and DreamWorks Russia still going ahead:

    Following the announcement last month that NBCU will take over DreamWorks Animation, there was an expectation that the two companies' Russian theme park projects could be combined.

    However, NBCU has confirmed that it is going ahead with its Moscow project. "The project is still on, but we do not have an update," NBCU's spokesman told The Hollywood Reporter, adding that it "is not connected with any other project."

    An agreement between NBCU and the Moscow city government about the construction of a Universal theme park in the southern part of the Russian capital was signed back in 2011.

    According to earlier reports, construction was to begin in early 2017, with BIN Group as the developer.

    DreamWorks' theme park, Dream Island, is scheduled to enter the construction stage later this year to be inaugurated in 2018.

    Developed by the group Regiony, it is part of a larger project that also includes similar theme parks in Russia's other major cities St. Petersburg and Yekaterinburg. According to Russian press reports, the total investment in the project may amount to $2.1 billion.

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