The most expensive apartment in Russia is sold in Moscow for 968 million rubles. This is stated in the study of the federal portal “World of apartments” (at the disposal of “Lenti.ru”).By the standards of luxury real estate, the apartment is not very large (240 square meters), but it is located in a restored 1812 apartment building with rich decor on the facade, which explains its high cost. The building is located in the elite residential complex at Nikitsky Gate.In St. Petersburg, a designer apartment for sale on Bolshaya Pushkarskaya Street for 650 million rubles. The area of the apartment is several times larger than the leader of the rating (539 square meters), there are two floors and antique furniture.The most expensive apartment in Yekaterinburg costs 150 million rubles. That’s exactly what they ask for for 240-meter mansions with five rooms in a club house on Khokhryakova Street. There is an apartment in Kazan a little cheaper – 139 million rubles for a 350 square meter apartment with terraces and a hammam.Two-level penthouse with terraces – the most expensive real estate in Novosibirsk. This is 350 square meters in a house on Akademika Kaptyug Avenue for 87 million rubles. Nizhny Novgorod boasts a penthouse for only 63 million rubles. The apartment with an area of 254 square meters has an individual elevator on the roof, but the buyer will have to finish the housing on their own.In Samara, 210 square meters with a view of the Volga are sold for 50 million rubles. In Chelyabinsk, the most luxurious object is a 5-room apartment of 272 square meters on a central street for 48 million rubles.For 42 million, you can buy the most expensive Perm apartment on Peter and Paul Street in a small club house with a closed territory. Finally, a 5-room apartment overlooking the reservoir in the most famous Voronezh house on the 20th anniversary of the Komsomol costs 28 million rubles.The cost of elite real estate in Moscow and St. Petersburg exceeds the average in these cities by 75 times. In Yekaterinburg, the most expensive object is 31 times more expensive than average, in Kazan – 28, in Novosibirsk – 23, in Perm – 13 times. Voronezh turned out to be the most “democratic” city among the ten: elite housing here is 10 times more expensive than “ordinary”.