When Private Invades the Public
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Yerevan as a capital city has lost many elements of urban culture and identity because companies have privatized its public spaces. The latter were destroyed and expropriated.

 

The alley near Freedom Avenue was expropriated by ninety per cent. New luxurious apartments are being constructed in that place.
The Dalma Gardens planted in medieval times, now is in the process of losing its vital nature species. It is being built-up.
The “Paros” park was the biggest green area in the Malatia-Sebastia district of Yerevan. A private company got contract a few months ago. Now there is construction in process.
One more building is being constructed in the place of a green area on central Nalbandyan street.
A single illegal construction on Komitas 5 ave violating the rights of neighbors.
The green space near Komitas Avenue is circled with metallic fences. Soon it will be expropriated.
The new construction in the yard of a living block on Pushkin street is in process.
The buildings in Arabkir district are losing their yards due to garages.
A new building is being built near dwelling houses on Tumanyan street.
A 130-year-old-Afrikyan house which was included in the state list of historical and cultural immovable monuments, was demolished last year. The government sold it to a private company which plans to construct a new hotel in that place.
The old buildings of Yerevan have new neighbors.
The old buildings of Yerevan have been reconstructed with new obscure architectural solutions.
The old buildings of Yerevan have new neighbors.
The Government didn’t react to the fact that a new hotel is being constructed in Victory park, one of the biggest green areas in Yerevan. The territory of the hotel is expanding at the cost of green space.
The Government didn’t react to the fact that a new hotel is being constructed in Victory park, one of the biggest green areas in Yerevan. The territory of the hotel is expanding at the cost of green space.
The Dalma Gardens planted in medieval times, now is in the process of losing its vital nature species. The construction of the road implies that gas stations, cafes and buildings will rise here.

 

Yerevan as a capital city has lost many elements of urban culture and identity because companies have privatized its public spaces. The latter were destroyed and expropriated. Public spaces are being used improperly. The deviation from the main architectural plan of the city is large. The parks and generally green areas are less than the defined standard; green spaces comprise approximately only twenty per cent. Green areas are decreasing day by day and there is not enough oxygen produced in these areas.

Chai Khana
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