About OB Group

OB Group is a Miami-based real estate development firm founded by entrepreneur Oleg Baybakov. The company brings Baybakov’s strategic vision for creating transformative real estate opportunities to development sites in Miami and New York. Among OB Group’s current projects is Missoni Baia, a 146-residence luxury waterfront high-rise in Miami’s East Edgewater neighborhood.

Baybakov’s flagship real estate venture is the Moscow International Business Center, known as Moscow City, a 148-acre financial district with more than a dozen class-A office towers on par with London’s Canary Wharf. In 2008, prior to the global financial crisis, Baybakov engineered the sale of Moscow City for close to $1 billion USD.

Born in Baku and raised in Moscow, Baybakov emerged as a visionary entrepreneur in the new economic landscape created by the transition of the Soviet Union to a market economy. An engineer by education, Baybakov served as Chief Administrative Officer of Norilsk Nickel, the world’s largest producer of nickel and palladium, with more than 100,000 employees. Baybakov first became involved in real estate while at Norilsk Nickel, overseeing the redevelopment of a company-run hotel and wellness center in Sochi, the privatization and redevelopment of a Russian premier-league soccer stadium owned by the company in Moscow, and several other projects.

An avid art collector, Baybakov is regularly recognized by ARTNews as one of the world’s top 200 collectors and is a committed champion of art and culture. In 2008, Baybakov backed his daughter Maria Baibakova in establishing Baibakov Art Projects – an organization that supports the arts, education and women’s empowerment. The organization received international acclaim for its exhibition activity that served as a catalyst to transform the derelict Red October Chocolate Factory in Moscow into a creative cluster. Through the efforts of the family foundation, Baybakov’s philanthropic giving extends to Barnard College, The Guggenheim, the New Museum and other cultural institutions in the US.

About OB Group

OB Group is a Miami-based real estate development firm founded by entrepreneur Oleg Baybakov. The company brings Baybakov’s strategic vision for creating transformative real estate opportunities to development sites in Miami and New York. Among OB Group’s current projects is Missoni Baia, a 146-residence luxury waterfront high-rise in Miami’s East Edgewater neighborhood.

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Baybakov’s flagship real estate venture is the Moscow International Business Center, known as Moscow City, a 148-acre financial district with more than a dozen class-A office towers on par with London’s Canary Wharf. In 2008, prior to the global financial crisis, Baybakov engineered the sale of Moscow City for close to $1 billion USD.

Born in Baku and raised in Moscow, Baybakov emerged as a visionary entrepreneur in the new economic landscape created by the transition of the Soviet Union to a market economy. An engineer by education, Baybakov served as Chief Administrative Officer of Norilsk Nickel, the world’s largest producer of nickel and palladium, with more than 100,000 employees. Baybakov first became involved in real estate while at Norilsk Nickel, overseeing the redevelopment of a company-run hotel and wellness center in Sochi, the privatization and redevelopment of a Russian premier-league soccer stadium owned by the company in Moscow, and several other projects.

An avid art collector, Baybakov is regularly recognized by ARTNews as one of the world’s top 200 collectors and is a committed champion of art and culture. In 2008, Baybakov backed his daughter Maria Baibakova in establishing Baibakov Art Projects – an organization that supports the arts, education and women’s empowerment. The organization received international acclaim for its exhibition activity that served as a catalyst to transform the derelict Red October Chocolate Factory in Moscow into a creative cluster. Through the efforts of the family foundation, Baybakov’s philanthropic giving extends to Barnard College, The Guggenheim, the New Museum and other cultural institutions in the US.

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