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In the territory of the special economic zone (SEZ) “Technopolis Moscow”, the construction of the industrial technology park “Alabushevo” continues. The second stage will be built under a program to stimulate the creation of places of employment. This was announced by the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.

“The second stage of the industrial technology park in the Technopolis Moscow special economic zone will be built under a program to stimulate the creation of places where labor can be applied. The investor will construct two production buildings and an administrative building. The total area of the facility will be at least 50 thousand square meters. Thanks to the second stage of the technology park, more than 1.2 thousand jobs will be created in ZelAO,” he said.

Technopark “Alabushevo” became the first joint project of the SEZ “Technopolis Moscow” and the capital’s developer. Commissioned at the beginning of 2024 three production buildings with a total area of more than 50 thousand square meters. Currently, preparatory work is underway at the second stage site.

“The construction of the facility is planned to be fully completed in 2026. In total, under the program to stimulate the creation of places of employment, at least 2.5 thousand jobs will appear there. The technology park is being built taking into account the needs of future residents involved in high-tech production. In addition to production facilities, the buildings provide space for creating research laboratories and offices,” noted the Minister of the Moscow Government, Head of the Department of Investment and Industrial Policy

Vladislav Ovchinsky.

Among the residents of the first stage of Alabushev are manufacturers of microelectronics, medical equipment, pharmaceutical companies and other high-tech enterprises.

Chairman of the State Construction Supervision Committee Anton Slobodchikovadded that throughout the entire construction cycle of the second stage, the department will carry out control and supervisory measures. Inspectors will draw up an inspection program after receiving notification from the developer about the start of work.

The technology park format is becoming increasingly in demand among domestic companies engaged in high-tech production. As Vladimir Galaktionov, a member of the board of the investor company, noted, the Alabushevo project not only has commercial potential, but will also provide a long-term synergistic effect in various areas of the city economy. A pool of residents is now being formed who work in advanced sectors of the capital’s industry and provide jobs with comfortable working conditions for Muscovites.

Over the four years of implementation, the program to stimulate the creation of employment opportunities has covered almost all districts of the city. The Moscow government has concluded more than 90 agreements with investors, which involve the construction of over 4.5 million square meters of real estate. These are industrial enterprises, logistics complexes, office and retail facilities, educational, cultural and sports institutions.

In total, over 1.4 trillion rubles will be attracted to the development of the city and the creation of places of employment. Thanks to this, more than 210 thousand new jobs will appear in almost all sectors of the city’s economy.

Developers can submit an application to participate in the program through the online service on the Moscow investment portal.

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