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DETAILS

LocationLin’An, China
ClientNingbo Shengbei Investments Limited
Size29 km2

Lin’an Qingshan Lake Forest Technology Park offers a premier destination for high-tech and green-tech businesses. Designed in harmony with nature, this mixed-use community will foster productivity and connections to its physical and cultural setting, providing a vibrant mix of uses and a business culture appealing to a wide range of international enterprises. The technology park community plan encompasses a full range of uses including business, residential neighborhoods, hotel, retail activities, and recreational and undeveloped open space. Each sustainably designed campus within the community will target a specific type of high-value industry, within a landscape defined by its unique topographic and ecological systems. A balanced approach to land use and flexible development planning ensure long-term benefits to the local economy from this development, which is the only one of its type in the Qingshan Lake region.

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