MN (‘Mission Neutral’) Park in Genome Valley is a cluster of specialized R&D and clean manufacturing campuses spread across 400 acres in the vicinity of Hyderabad.
MN Park provides world-class collaborative facilities and infrastructure solutions in an integrated ecosystem to Indian and multinational companies that are looking for either ready-to-use or built-to-suit solutions for their research and manufacturing on a pre-leased basis.
Focusing on industrial assets and specialized office spaces across the value chain, MN Park already has leased and operational buildings housing a wide array of multinational and premium Indian companies, featuring state-of-the-art and sustainable R&D infrastructure, including analytical laboratories and high-end scientific tools and equipment.
Located within Genome Valley, MN Park is strategically situated 25 km from Hyderabad city centre with excellent connectivity.
Why MN PARK
TOP OF THE LINE R&D INFRASTRUCTURE
World-class, grade A campus with global majors as neighbours
India’s first Industrial Park to offer turn-key fully fitted lab & office spaces
Large floor plates to cater to high-end research needs
Global best practices adopted in infrastructure planning and development
Advanced solid and liquid waste handling systems centrally managed by MN Park
Integrated day-to-day waste and environment management fully provided
Dedicated chemical / solvent storage facilities and effluent and sewage treatment plants
Designed to meet Green Building norms
Buildings #1800 and #2700 awarded top level LEED certifications by IGBC
Multinational pharma companies and premier Indian R&D companies
Stable cash flows at attractive lease rentals
Vacant land parcels with industrial use entitlement – both manufacturing and R&D
Total built-up area potential, with over 10 million SF
Demand for high quality, grade A, science and technology office spaces in the region
MN Park engages cost-efficient, integrated facility management strategies for its buildings
MN Park buildings are neutral to cost and maintenance inflows from tenants