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22 March 2021, 07:02

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The enterprises are planning to create 330 jobs.

Two more industrial technoparks will be opened in the capital. Two land plots will be transferred to investors without bidding as part of large-scale investment projects. They are located in the northeast and south of the city. Their total area is 2.33 hectares.

The relevant decisions were made at a meeting of the Urban Planning and Land Commission, said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.

“As part of the implementation of large-scale investment projects, two new industrial technoparks will appear in the capital. The first one will be created in the area of ​​Yuzhnoye Medvedkovo, its area will be more than 28 thousand square meters. The second technopark with a total area of ​​almost eight thousand square meters will appear in the Tsaritsyno area. Also 330 jobs will be created, ”he said.

A complex for high-tech enterprises will appear in Tsaritsyno, built taking into account modern eco-standards. The project also provides for the division of the facility into clear functional zones, equipping it with modern engineering equipment and a developed IT infrastructure. The technopark will open 130 jobs.

“The technopark in the Yuzhnoye Medvedkovo area in the north-east of the capital will also become a convenient site for the location of industrial enterprises of various profiles. It will create jobs for 200 employees “, – said the head of the capital

Department of Investment and Industrial Policy Alexander Prokhorov.

Today, more than 40 large-scale investment projects are being implemented in the industrial sector of the capital. The expected volume of investments for them will be more than 80 billion rubles. Thanks to them, over 23 thousand new jobs will be created.

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