At the meeting, Tashkent Mayor Jahongir Artikkhodjaev briefed the guests on the ongoing reforms in the country, the potential of the capital, the process of change and renewal in our city.

What will change in Tashkent in 2030 The members of the delegation, led by Sergey Ryabokov, CEO and CEO of Cushman & Wakefield’s Moscow office, acknowledged that Tashkent is changing in all directions and expressed interest in participating in large-scale reforms in the Uzbek capital. In particular, the guests presented the project “Tashkent 2030 – a city striving for heights.” According to experts, in 10 years the economic development of the city will be limited by its infrastructure, so now it is necessary to work on structural reforms in this area. In 2030, it is important that Tashkent is recognized not only as an administrative and financial center, but also as a generator of ideas in the region and as an open, developed city of Uzbekistan to the world.

Based on these factors, Moscow experts presented several projects:
– Map of commercial real estate in Tashkent for the development of non-residential rent;
– Establishment of a large wholesale and retail network within the city limits;
– The concept of 11 districts.

The meeting also considered the possibility of change coastal areas, parks, parks and open-air museums.

For information, Cushman & Wakefield advises clients on investing in real estate and renting, and represents their interests. Founded in 1917 in the United States, the company now has about 400 offices in 70 countries around the world. In Russia, the company has been operating successfully since 1995. The team of 150 highly qualified specialists provides consulting services for the construction of public infrastructure.

According to the results of the meeting, mutually beneficial cooperation will be established between the two sides.