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Строительство жилого комплекса "Каскад" в Хабаровске. Комплекс из нескольких секций, переменной этажности 10..17 этажей возводится в условиях сложившейся застройке, в районе Института искусств и культуры, на пересечении улиц Краснореченская и Кубяка. Строительство ведёт компания "Фонд жилищного строительства".
Copyright: Михаил Мурый
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Uploaded: 30/05/2012
Updated: 13/10/2014


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