Brother of Shirak Deputy Prosecutor Plans to Build in Yerevan's Dalma Gardens
Zaven Ovsyan, the brother of Shirak Deputy Prosecutor Artyom Ovsyan, has filed a preliminary environmental impact assessment (EIA) application for the construction of a multifunctional residential complex in Yerevan’s Dalma Gardens.
On March 2, 2020, Yerevan Mayor Hayk Marutyan granted a design permit to Zaven Ovsyan. According to the design permit, Ovsyan is going to build an 18-story building at 10 Monte Melkonyan Street.
Ovsyan owned 0.333 hectares of land at the address, but according to the Cadastre Committee's real estate ownership certificate, he sold his land to Leon Mnatsakanyan on June 4 this year on a deferred payment schedule.
The EIA application, however, was submitted by Zaven Ovsyan, not the new owner.
According to the EIA application, the project envisages a multifunction building whose first two floors will be designated as public service areas, while the other sixteen will be residential. Thirteen apartments are slated for each of the residential floors.
The building’s three underground floors will serve as garage space.
Zaven Ovsyan says he will spend 1.2 million drams on environmental measures during construction and will surround the building will a lawn and trees.