Six-kilometer version of Wall Street to appear in Uzbekistan
Baku, Azerbaijan, Feb. 12
A modern 6.5-kilometer boulevard is planned to be built in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, with business, administrative, shopping and entertainment centers and green areas, Trend reports via Uzbek media.
The new project, called the Mirzo Ulugbek Business City, was developed by the Turkish company Iki Design Group. Its total area will be approximately 28.7 hectares and the cost will be $420 million.
Within the project concept, it is planned to construct buildings and structures united by a single theme and style using the most modern technologies.
Iki Design Group was established in 1995 by Murat Kader and Sema Eser Ozsaruhan as an architecture and design platform, and since then it has been contributing to modern architecture.