In total, more than 640 buildings were damaged in the capital due to the full-scale war.
IN Kyiv restoration work is ongoing in 11 residential buildings and a number of social infrastructure facilities, which suffered the greatest destruction due to Russian shelling.
About this reported the mayor of the capital Vitaliy Klitschko.
to complete work on priority objects planned before the beginning of the heating season.
Residents of damaged high-rise buildings should return to their homes in the fall on Koshytsia, Chornobylska, Bogatyrska, Krushelnytska, Kotelnikova streets (two residential buildings), Havrylyshyn (two residential buildings), Irpinskaon Svoboda and Lobanovsky avenues.
In general, in Kyiv more than 640 infrastructure objects were damaged and residential buildings. They suffered damage of varying degrees. In particular, 89 housing and communal services facilities, 53 educational institutions, 15 health care facilities, 197 residential buildings, 12 cultural institutions, and 5 social welfare institutions were affected.
For restoration work on 360 objects in the capital highlighted from the reserve fund of the city budget almost 600 million hryvnias. More 200 million was allocated by the government.
We will remind, despite the fact that the demand for renting apartments in Kyiv has recovered by 90% from pre-war times, there are many ads on real estate search sites, and the prices are low. Rental price currently starts from 3 thousand hryvnias for one-room apartments. With a budget of up to 10,000 hryvnias, you can choose from more than 10,000 housing options in the capital.