In mid-July, RBC reported that the sale of apartments had resumed in the Pirogovskaya Riviera residential area in Mytishchi. The NDV-Supermarket Real Estate company, owned by Alexander Khrustalev, the owner of the Moscow Heliport helicopter complex, was involved in the process. The NDV sign has already appeared on the doors of the developer’s sales office.
Pirogovskaya Riviera received scandalous notoriety in the housing market as one of the construction projects seized from the developer and one of the leaders of the All-Russian Azerbaijan Congress (VAK) Ilgar Hajiyev.
The developer’s website declares the readiness of seven out of twenty houses of the residential complex. Although, according to the founder, in fact, the same number of objects were erected at the time of the seizure of the construction site. The Riviera website also promises that a kindergarten and two polyclinics will open in the region in the fall, however, these projects have been waiting for their completion for more than a year and a half.
The NDV website, in turn, announces the launch of shuttles that will deliver schoolchildren living in the Riviera to the nearest working school. According to the founders of the developer, such advertising can certainly attract new customers, but buyers who want to know a little more about the companies that sell housing will be in for an unpleasant surprise.
The sale of housing in Pirogovskaya Riviera, like any transaction worth more than 1 million rubles when concluding an agency agreement, requires NDV to obtain the consent of all owners of the developer company. However, two founders of the developer with an aggregate share of 69.57% were removed from management. Among them is the aforementioned businessman Ilgar Hajiyev.
Hajiyev’s lawyers assert: neither NDV nor KomfortInvest received their consent to conduct a marketing campaign and sell apartments and did not send corresponding requests.
The co-founders and partners of Ilgar Hajiyev from Stil LLC sent a letter to the NDV-Supermarket Real Estate office demanding explanations about uncoordinated cooperation with the developer and sales organization. However, NDV lawyer Dmitry Skvortsov, in correspondence with the representative of Ilgar Hajiyev, could not give answers to the lawyers’ questions, referring to the fact that he was now “dealing with the mess” in sales.