The business park consists of three blocks resting on a common stylobate which accommodates amenities. Most of the office space is situated above the highway junction level on the crossing of MKAD and Mozhaiskoye Shasse. The artificial landscape, created as a result of previous road construction is used to create a cozy courtyard space, isolated from the housing on the adjacent site. The buildings, placed as close as possible to each other, provide good noise protection and ensure a comfortable stay within the development. The architecture is lapidary - horizontal lines prevail, but the arbitrary location of the buildings and difference in their heights ensure visual diversity.
The stylobate portion accommodates public areas (lobby, stores, and a coffee bar), as well as a parking area. All the upper floors house office spaces. The floor layouts allow leasing out either the entire floor or smaller office spaces. Each building has its own independent entrance, which allows an opportunity to offer individual modules for lease to different tenants. The design provides for a high-quality land improvement while preserving the existing trees along Belovezhskaya Street, and foresees further planting. An outdoor parking is provided on the ground beside the building entrances.
The building is located in the southern part of Moscow, between one of the main highways, Warsaw highway, and Novodanilovskaya embankment of the Moscow river, on a plot of 4.99 hectares that is a part of a rehabilitated industrial zone.