Ekaterininsky Park is a new project of PREMIER Group, which will cover 27 ha., the first phase of which will be commissioned in 2020.

Ekaterininsky Park is not simply a residential block. This is a unique environment for life of an absolutely new quality and progressive city-planning technologies. The name itself is also not accidental: “Ekaterininsky” is a reflection of the name of the city and a reminder of the once-towering Cathedral of St. Catherine. And the “park” is a territory with a special microclimate, a place for creation, and a space where everything is planned and in harmony.
 The proportion of houses and green parks in the project is balanced and each object fits seamlessly into one architectural space.

Preserved in the block is the building of the Thomas (Foma) Gasper Yates mechanical factory, the model of industrial architecture in Ekaterinburg during the second half of the nineteenth century, which will be kept and restored and will acquire new functions as PREMIER Group thinks about preserving the history of the city and carefully addresses it.


Founded in 1817 on the river Melkovka as a gold mill and built by the famous architect M.P.  Malakhov. After it was converted to a “private manufacturing facility for the production of various kinds of machines”, it was an iron-casting and mechanical factory, the owners of which became the Yates family, immigrants from England.


The architecture of the Sverdlova street with its distinct style which is commonly called “Stalin’s Empire” served as a model for visual solutions of of Ekaterininsky Area. Building height will range from 8 to 30 stories, with the tallest buildings being located in the outlying areas of the Sverdlova street, as not to disrupt its usual appearance. 

The project includes not only residential buildings, but also a business center, recreational and park areas, tennis courts, a pool, and bike paths. Ekaterininsky Park is destined to become the new center of the city, a genuine green oasis, where one can comfortably work, live, raise children and build a future in the very heart of the Urals.

Here, both compact studio apartments and luxurious penthouses will be built. Property in thirty-story buildings will be 20-25 percent less expensive and floor plans will be different. For example, a two bedroom apartment with an area of 50-60 sq. m. In total, it will be 300 thousand sq. m. Apartments for sale will include furnishings and trimmings, which is typical for all units built by PREMIER Group.

An example layout of a two-bedroom apartment: