The first SOK site is in the historical center of Moscow just a five-minute walk from Kurskaya subway station and the “Atrium” shopping center. The modern building organically fits into the architectural style of the Garden Ring Road without disrupting the aesthetics of the old Moscow courtyards. It is in this same type of courtyard (the actual one is located next door) in which Samuel Marshak wrote his poem “Our courtyard children”.
Five floors of ready-to-occupy offices, a coworking loft with panoramic views and a terrace, comfortable meeting rooms, a fully equipped conference hall for workshops and lectures. SOK members have long appreciated the spacious hall where they hold both educational and entertaining meetings as well as freely attended events arranged by SOK friends and partners. There are coffee areas on each floor with excellent coffee and a variety of teas.
On Fridays we serve beer for all members and host a game zone with intellectual, sports, or business-related games.
Utility bills, high-speed WiFi, daily cleaning, and a registered legal address are included in the lease fee.
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|1 day||1 500 rub.|
|SOK Club (1 month rate)||8 000 rub.|
|SOK Club (6 month membership)||36 000 rub.|
|SOK Club (12 month membership)||60 000 rub.|
|Flexible desk (1 month rate)||16 000 rub.|
|Flexible desk (6 month membership)||84 000 rub.|
|Flexible desk (6 month membership)||144 000 rub.|
|Dedicated desk||31 500 rub.|
|Smart-office (SOK Zemlyanoi Val, per one workplace) from||32 040 rub.|
The first SOK Zemlyanoy Val site is a five-minute walk from “Kurskaya” subway station or a seven-minute walk from “Chkalovskaya” subway station and a ten-minute walk from “Krasnye Vorota” subway station. You can get here by car from the Garden Ring Road.
There are plenty of parking options ranging in price. Parking costs 100-150 rubles per hour at the square near Kursky railway station and in “Atrium” shopping center while parking lots at Maly Kazenny pereulok or at Kazakov street are available for 60 rubles an hour. It is possible to rent individual parking spaces nearby at an average price of 15,000 rubles per month, “Cian” parking space prices vary from 13,000 to 35,000 rubles.
SOK Zemlyanoy Val has a food outlet where you can buy ready-made, wholesome and fresh food and drinks. If you want to combine lunch with an easy walk, you have the entire Atrium food court at your disposal (see the “Eat” filter on the shopping center website). In addition to the traditional fast food set, here are presented Farsh burger chains from Arkady Novikov and Miratorg, Torro Grill, Two Sticks and Vietkafe restaurants, as well as Azerbaijani Zafferano.Next to the shopping center, there is the vegetarian cafe Jagannath (Val street 24/30, building 1). This restaurant refutes the idea that being a vegetarian in Moscow is more expensive than being a meat-eater. The average bill is approximately 400 rubles.Buloshnaya Restaurant House (Lyalin pereulok 7/2). The average bill is approximately 1,000-1300 rubles. This is not just a restaurant with history, live music, and various food festivals, but it is also a pastry shop where family and corporate events are held.Cafe Khinkalnaya (Zemlyanoy Val street 7/12). The average bill is 1,000- 1,500 rubles. There you will find Georgian cuisine and live music. There are bars and restaurants with excellent ambiances close to SOK for special occasions:Restaurant of Siberian cuisine Omulevaya bochka (Pokrovka street 33). The average bill is approximately 3000 rubles.With an emphasis on fish (whitefish, muksun, omul) the menu also offers reindeer medallions or fern and veal salad. Gazgolder Club (Nizhny Susalny pereulok 5, building 26). The average bill is approximately 2000-4000 rubles. The restaurant's namesake, the Gazgolder creative guild, recording studio, and brand are located in the same building.It is very likely that when enjoying a pint of beer with “bitye ogurtsy” (pickled cucumbers) or wasabi shrimp you will unexpectedly find yourself at a rehearsal or a movie set. Barrel Wine Bar (4 Syromyatnichesky pereulok). The average bill starts at around 1,500 rubles. A wine bar with a wide selection located in a former wine cellar with apéritifs and many interesting events.
Sports clubs and fitness Atrium Fitness (Zemlyanoy Val street 33). Gym, dancing classes, aerobics programs, yoga, stretching, martial arts classes. Equipped with a sauna and solarium. World Class Sports club (Zemlyanoy Val street 9). Gym, swimming pool, triathlon, dancing, martial arts, beauty SPA. 5Concept Fitness (Nizhniy Susalny pereulok, 5, building 3A). Gym, cardio area, cycling, martial arts, yoga. I Feel SPA medical club (Pokrovka street 40, building 2). SPA salon with massage, swimming pool, sauna, and Turkish baths as well as medical cosmetology and rehabilitation medicine.
Bauman Garden is located between Staraya and Novaya Basmannaya streets away from the Garden Ring Road. There are music festivals, dance schools and open lessons of swing, tango, Brazilian Forro, yoga, and qi gong. In summer there is an outdoor reading area, bike rentals, street exercise machines, and an open-air cinema in the garden. In winter an ice skating rink is installed in the park along with a slide for tubing. Old buildings and the spirit of prerevolutionary Moscow have remained intact on the old streets and alleys in the area of the German Quarter and Gorokhov field between Kurskaya and Baumanskaya subway stations. It is pleasant to wander in the area both on your own and with tour guides. Take a tour of the estate of Alexei Razumovsky (Kazakov street 18, building 1), the Church of the Ascension (Radio street 2, building 1) or see the architecture of the private all girl’s school (Gorokhovskiy pereulok 10). A little further there are the estates of the Muravyev-Apostolov (Staraya Basmannaya street 23/1) and the Pushkin House-Museum (Staraya Basmannaya 36). Pokrovka street on the opposite side of the Garden Ring Road is like an open-air museum.
Moscow Contemporary Art Center Wine Factory “Vinzavod” (4 Syromyatnichesky pereulok 1/8, building 6). The Vinzavod lofts accommodate art galleries and educational projects, shops and showrooms, exhibitions and festivals, movie shows and concerts. If contemporary art is not your cup of tea, you can take a guided tour around the premises of the former brewery and winery.Gogol Center (Kazakova street 8) Producer Kirill Serebrennikov, who is still under house arrest, established the center as an experimental space for contemporary art. The center stages plays, performances, shows movies, and hosts debates. It may be a little strange there, but you are sure to leave with and a fresh look on art and culture. The place is not for everyone, however, it is certainly worth visiting. Theater at Pokrovka (Pokrovka street 50/2, building 1). A small hall with only a few rows of seating adjusted to the contours of the stage and a seating layout that allows spectators to be immersed in the play. The theater stages classic plays without overdoing it on the adaptation. The Zvezda movie theatre operates under Moskino management in the format of a movie cafe (Zemlyanoy Val street 18-22, building 1). Here you can see new Russian movies, foreign movies in their original language, independent films, festival work, short films, as well as meet movie directors and critics.