White Square is among the best-known business centres in Moscow and gives its name to the whole business cluster, of which it is part.
White Square consists of three office buildings, joined together by a pedestrian space with a retail area where life goes on around the clock, in cafés and stores through the day and in restaurants and leisure venues in the evening.
White Square and its surroundings demonstrate how modern and historical architecture can be harmonized. Professional photographers and social media users never tire of the striking ensemble formed by the ultra-modern business centre and the ancient Church of St. Nicholas the Miracle Worker, which stands next to it. A sculptural-spatial composition, White City by Georgy Frangulyan (seven figures representing inhabitants of the metropolis), complements the striking architecture of the business centre.
NRA: 76,407 sqm
Parking: 840 spaces
The Moscow Times Awards 2013
CRE Awards 2010