Construction of technopark in Rudnevo industrial zone to start this year

May 11
Economy and entrepreneurship

The construction of a technology park in Moscow's Rudnevo industrial zone will start as early as this year. Private investors plan to launch over 40 production facilities and create more than 3,000 new jobs in the area, Deputy Mayor for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Yefimov said.

“Such projects allow the building of advanced manufacturing facilities on wasteland and neglected territories, which considerably improves the appearance of the city and helps create new jobs for Moscow residents. The technology park's resident companies will include hi-tech small- and medium-sized businesses, which manufacture export-oriented and import-substituting technologies in the construction, aviation and electronic industries,” the deputy mayor said.   

In accordance with a decision by Sergei Sobyanin, the new industrial park will be built in Moscow's Eastern Administrative Area by the end of 2022. The park will become the core of the Rudnevo industrial zone, where 40 hectares are to be allocated to the project under the development plans.

The developers pay particular attention to creating a high quality and comfortable environment. All buildings will be accessible to people with limited mobility. Both existing and planned road networks will include entry roads and pedestrian walkways to each facility.  

“The construction of the technology park will start at the end of this year. The project will include the building of 19 facilities with a total area of over 84,000 square metres on a territory of some 11 hectares. The use of advanced automated equipment will allow many enterprises to be accommodated within a relatively small space, while the use of high technologies for construction along with the absence of any need for companies to build their own manufacturing facilities will allow production to begin sooner and thus speed up the receipt of income tax revenue,” Head of the Moscow Department of Investment and Industrial Policy Alexander Prokhorov emphasised.

A total of 7.3 billion roubles will be allocated from the city budget for the project.   


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