INNO PARK | Nam Tai Property, Inc.
Nam Tai Inno Park is a high-end research and development center located at Guangming District, Shenzhen City, the People's Republic of China. Upon completion, Nam Tai Inno Park will include:

* 269,000 sqm gross floor mixed-use complex which includes spaces for office/R&D center,

apartment and commercial/retail space;

* 1,500 underground parking spaces.

Please click on the links below for weekly updated photo of our construction progress.

Nam Tai Inno Park is located in Guangming district, a newly zoned district within the Shenzhen municipality that has experienced rapid development recently. According to the "2017 Annual Government Report of Guangming District", published by the Guangming government on March, 6, 2018, Guangming district is one of the fastest growing districts within the Shenzhen municipality. The following table lists several leading indicators that reflect the rapid growth underway in Guangming district.

Guangming district government has been focused on attracting and developing industries in the following sectors: precision manufacturing, smart manufacturing, advanced display technology, new generation information technology, graphene and other new materials, and biotechnology, with a goal to develop a holistic city supported by high-tech industries and sound environmental policies.

By focusing on the development of advanced technology enterprises, Guangming district has attracted a number of high-level scientists and engineers to join its development, among them are three academicians and two national teams from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and 22 top-level "peacock plan" scientists and engineers. In addition, one of the top 10 universities in China, Sun Yat-Sen University, which is also home to the largest university affiliated hospital system in mainland China, continued to improve its Guangming campus facilities during 2017, including the construction of affiliated hospital No. 7.

Guangming district is located along the line of the cross-border Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link (XRL) as the third stop from West Kowloon, Hong Kong. Guangming City Station opened in December 2011 and currently runs a combined 230 daily trips in both directions. The construction of the last section of the XRL, between Futian, Shenzhen, and West Kowloon, is expected to complete by the end of 2018 and begin to run by 2019, according to Chinese media.