A 16-hectare park opened in a residential area of Nur-Sultan
The capital is developing within the framework of the master plan concept called Nur-Sultan: Comfortable to Live in, and more and more spaces appear in the streets for a comfortable and productive holiday. A new popular public space opened in Koktal-1 residential area. Altay Kulginov informed his Instagram followers about that, the official website of the mayor's office reports.
"It is time to mark new gravity points on the map of Nur-Sultan for both citizens and visitors of the capital. This year, multiple safer and more comfortable public spaces were launched, which was extremely relevant during the lockdown.
A park with an area of almost 16 hectares was opened in Koktal-1 residential area (Saryarka district). The new space is divided into three large zones.
The first one is a quiet recreation area. Here, for example, an amphitheater was installed with an opportunity to launch an open-air cinema, as well as a rotunda for newlyweds to celebrate in. The quiet area offers comfortable environment for walking and relaxing.
The second zone is for sports activities. The territory was equipped with a basketball court, a football field, a volleyball court, a tennis court, a workout area and a place for yoga classes. All sports grounds are fenced.
The third zone is a children's recreation area. It consists of playgrounds including those for preschool children.
The special feature of the park is the bike path running along the entire perimeter of the public space looping all three zones of the park. Another equipped area is a special space for walking dogs. We plant trees in the park to turn it into an eco-zone eventually. We install video surveillance cameras.
All areas are also available in winter for ice skating and skiing, etc. We are developing the capital within the framework of the master plan concept called Nur-Sultan: Comfortable to Live in. One of the priorities is to create spaces for walking and sports. We select locations in such a way that each district has its own landmarks," Altay Kulginov wrote.
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