Moёt Hennessy moved to Bolshevik business and cultural complex, Moscow
Russian headquarters of Moёt Hennessy, part of LVMH Group, a global leader in luxury goods, has moved to Bolshevik business and cultural complex owned by investment company O1 Properties. JLL advised on the lease of 1,600 sqm while ABD architects worked on the headquarters’ interior design.
The Bolshevik business and cultural complex is a renovation project of the former Bolshevik confectionery factory located on Leningradsky Avenue. Three of the factory buildings constructed at the turn of the 20th century by French architect Oscar Didio have been recognized as cultural heritage objects. The renovation project was developed by John McAslan + Partners, UK. The Bolshevik complex is to include an A-class business centre with loft style offices, an outdoor public area, a spacious atrium with retail zone, and the Museum of Russian Impressionism.
Francois Xavier Desplancke, Managing Director, Moёt Hennessy, commented: “Our new office perfectly embodies the company’s spirit by combining our brands’ style and modern design solutions. Moёt Hennessy frequently hosts receptions and wine tastings. Thanks to our new office space, we now have a multifunctional transformer zone featuring a unique wooden bar by artist Nikolay Polissky, allowing us to hold events for 200-people without interrupting office work.”
Kate McMurtrie, Regional Director, Head of Corporate Solutions, JLL, commented: “The Moet Hennessy office in Bolshevik is very good example of how a successful tenant-landlord partnership shall perform in Moscow. Together with our client, we had a clear vision for their future office – and O1 Properties took up the challenge and delivered the win-win solution. JLL Corporate Solutions was proud to help Moet Hennessy make it happen.”