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23 November 2021, 14:03

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Photo by E. Samarin. Press Service of the Mayor and the Moscow Government

Technopark “Kursk” will be created in the area of ​​the Kursk railway station on the site of the Moscow pumping plant.

The Moscow government has assigned the status of a priority investment project to the project for the creation of the Kurskiy Technopark. The resolution on this issue was signed by Sergei Sobyanin

The status of a priority investment project will allow to reduce the burden on regional taxes by about 25 percent. In particular, the rate of income tax credited to the city budget will be reduced to 13.5 percent instead of the standard 17 percent, the property tax rate will be zeroed, and the rent for land will be reduced by 99 percent.

Technopark “Kurskiy” will be created in the area of ​​the Kursk railway station on a land plot of 0.7 hectares at the address: Verkhnyaya Syromyatnicheskaya street, house 7, buildings 1 and 10.

Previously, this address was the location of the Moscow Pumping Plant, founded in 1934. In 1985, the main facilities of the plant were transferred to the Moscow region, until 2000 a tool shop worked there.

To accommodate the technopark, it is planned to build a new building with an area of ​​25.3 thousand square meters, which will create clean rooms, a prototyping center, coworking and lecture halls.

The Technopark will be designed to house companies specializing in research and development, including in the field of pharmacology, the chemical industry and IT.

It is expected that at least 190 new jobs will be created in the Kurskiy Technopark.

The total investment in the project will be about 1.6 billion rubles.

Currently, 46 technoparks have been created in Moscow (including six investment priority projects for the creation of technoparks) with a total area of ​​more than 2.4 million square meters. More than two thousand high-tech companies work in them and more than 68 thousand jobs have been created.

The volume of investments in the development of Moscow technoparks in the period from 2016 to 2020 amounted to more than 53.6 billion rubles. One ruble of tax benefits from the city accounts for eight rubles of private investment.

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