In general, residents of large cities dislike high-rises, which runs counter to the widespread point-building in Russia. According to the survey, 3.89 percent of Muscovites, 0.65 percent of Petersburgers and 0.85 percent of Russians from other millionaires are ready to consider apartments in skyscrapers from 21 to 40 floors. At the highest levels (from 40 floors), 1.94 percent of people in the capital would like to live, 4.52 percent in St. Petersburg and 2.29 percent in the regions.
Sitnov said that in Moscow, 40.3 percent of respondents prefer real estate no higher than the fifth floor, in St. Petersburg – 43.2 percent, in millionaires – 52.3 percent. At the same time, in the capital, those who are interested in living in an apartment no higher than level 10 account for another 30 percent, in St. Petersburg – 29 percent, in other large cities – 22 percent.(Source: rambler)