In 1924, After already having settled on the properties of exiled land owners, the Soviet elite decided to establish a state farm to provide fresh produce for themselves. The operation was implemented by Felix Dzerzhinsky, and the area he chose was on the nationalized land of Gorki-2 .
It was reported by publicist Adrian Rudomino that even during the food crisis of the 1930s and 40s you could leave this collective farm with full cans of milk, cottage cheese, meat and eggs.
in the 1990s, The farm and Thousands of acres surrounding, were acquired for a pittance by "The Pioneers of Rublevka", Timofey Klinovsky and his business partners through opaque schemes.
The Villages surrounding Gorki-2 is home to the richest and most powerful members of Russian Elite.