On the day of inauguration of the art gallery Alexander Boroda, president of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia , announced plans to convert the garage into a "Jewish Museum of Tolerance" to open in Bakhmetevsky garage housed buses on an area of square meters. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. These drafts never got beyond concept stage, however, Melnikov found an economical layout that enabled parking large number of cars without ever using reverse gear. His original, unpublished master plan was found in , in preparation to Melnikov memorial exhibition, and served as a base for redevelopment plan. The garage was fully restored externally in the first half of complete with s style lettering on the eastern entrance facade; interior work was completed by Jamie Fobert Architects in September
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