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A lively office park in the making
20 December 2017
A lively office park in the making

Uniciti Office Park was built in 2011 and initially comprised 7 buildings. Two additional buildings were constructed in 2015 but the complex has already reached full tenancy. There are currently 20 tenants ranging from small enterprises to multinationals employing about 200 persons, and many of them are looking to expand.

The new phase at the office park was planned to include 4 new buildings (4,800m²) and a modern cafeteria (offering both eat-in or take-away food) but considering the large number of reservations, the development team has decided to add another 4 buildings (4,000m²). The new phase will be delivered in two stages in early 2018 and mid-2018 respectively. Some 75% of the space available in these 8 new buildings has already been reserved.

The office park will provide the state-of-art facilities that are essential to tenants, such as:

  • Flexible office space (50m² to 1,000m², shell and core or fitted out)
  • Backup generators
  • CCTV and 24/7 security
  • High-speed fibre-optic connectivity
  • Extensive covered and uncovered parking areas
  • Cycling and walking paths

Uniciti Office Park is a modern site with a low-rise architectural design set in a beautifully landscaped environment. Tenants and employees alike enjoy all the facilities available in the city, including a shopping mall, schools providing education up to the age of 18, a sports centre (opening in late 2017) and a university campus from September 2017.

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