When it comes to living in the city, a person primarily considers environmental values, not square meters. The feeling of a fulfilling life is provided by the presence of public spaces, the right development proportions, the closeness of public goods, additional functions, and environmental variety of the urban fabric. When a city has been developing for several centuries, all this is gradually formed naturally, because of a large number of changes and cultural layers. However, in a situation when a large planning area appears at once, and its development history is measured by several years, there are simply no chances for such evolutionary urbanistic development. But if we want people who will live in this area to feel as functional city residents, we should synthesize many aspects that are considered normal by them in a city.