Yekaterinburg's Stone Creek residential complex to be completed by 2015
The company began construction on Stone Creek, which is situated at the corner of Shcherbarkov and Proninoj Streets, in February 2007, when Stone Creek sales agents began selling units within the complex, Ekburg.ru reports.
Shortly after construction began, however, work was halted several times by municipal officials due to improper documentation. At one point, construction was shut down because the complex's architectural design did not pass inspection.
Six years after ground was broken on the project, 19 families who bought and paid for condos in Stone Creek filed complaints with the administration of Yekaterinburg, according to Ekburg.ru.
Last September, Brusnika-Ural was notified that Stone Creek's re-design was approved and that all of its development permits had been filed properly. When finished, Stone Creek will feature four 26-story towers filled with one-, two- and three-room apartments. The complex will also have a 481-car garage and playgrounds for children.
The 19 families who have filed complaints against the development company will have the chance to move into the first completed Stone Creek units by October, Ekburg.ru reports.
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