Investors will be offered a project for the construction of a river station in Samara for 700 million rubles
The Investment Promotion Agency of the Samara Region, together with the Ministry of Economic Development and Investment, is preparing an investment proposal for participation in the construction of a river station in Samara. The corresponding order was given by the Governor of the Samara Region Dmitry Azarov. The development of the project for this facility was completed in 2017. It provides for the construction of a three-story building with a total area of 6825 square meters. The maximum capacity of the river station is designed for 700 people per hour. The total project cost is 700 million rubles.
“The projected building of the river station is located on a high slope of the banks of the Volga River and is clearly visible from a significant part of the river water area. The composition of the building is aimed at creating a light, dynamic and high-tech structure, characteristic of the world experience in construction in resort complexes and transport facilities”, the description of the project documentation says.
The proposed layout of the river station building involves a clear functional zoning, taking into account the safety requirements of the facility. Thus, in the passenger compartment area of a primary importance, the project provides for the placement of a lobby, a cash room, a waiting room, a room for passengers with children, lockers and offices of the river cruise sales center. The area of the passenger waiting room can also be used for exhibitions, presentations and conferences.
The additional passenger service zone is designed to accommodate public catering enterprises, a medical center, and retail stalls. To accommodate the staff of the river station, a zone of office and auxiliary premises is provided. It is also planned to place a built-in underground car parking for 51 cars in the building.
According to the proposed planning decisions, the building of the new river station should become the “visiting card” of the city for passengers arriving by river transport, for tourists choosing river walks, as well as a landmark for local residents and guests of the city walking along the embankment of the Volga River”.