DescriptionSince its inception in 1994, TusPark has developed more than 40 science parks across China; resulting in a portfolio of 200m sq ft, which it continues to operate and manage today. In addition, it is committed to an extensive and active investment programme, with total assets under management in excess of £22.9bn across more than 800 listed and non-listed ventures.
First established in 2018, the innovative collaboration between TusPark and Trinity College Cambridge - the largest of the colleges of the University of
Cambridge and founder of the Cambridge Science Park - is cemented in this exciting second phase of development. TusPark, the largest owner and operator of science parks and incubation facilities in China, and the Cambridge Science Park share a mission to facilitate the successful growth of ground-breaking new ventures and enable established enterprises to reach new heights by creating environments where organisations can thrive.
Since its inception in 1994, TusPark has developed more than 40 science parks across China; resulting in a portfolio of 200m sq ft, which it continues to operate and manage today. In addition, it is committed to an extensive and active investment programme, with total assets under management in excess of £22.9bn across more than 800 listed and non-listed ventures.
Mindful of the environmental footprint, both during and after construction, Buildings I & II are 'environmentally intelligent'. Materials throughout both buildings - from an infrastructure and interior design perspective - have been carefully chosen and combine sustainability with a striking, timeless aesthetic.
Targeting a BREEAM 'Very Good' and EPC 'B' rating, the buildings include LED lighting, raised access floors, suspended ceilings and four pipe coil air conditioning.
Offering up to 118,000 sq ft of prime 'Cat A' office and high-tech R&D space, over four floors, Building II is an impressive HQ building set within the TusPark Cambridge district at the Cambridge Science Park.
Specification as follows:
Four pipe fan coil air conditioning
540 car parking spaces available in the multi-storey car park
Fully secure cycle parking facilities available within the multi-storey car park
10 showers on the ground floor, plus lockers and changing rooms
Raised access floors and suspended ceilings
Striking reception to inspire both staff and visitors
The Cambridge Science Park offers a wide range of amenities. Members of the Park enjoy access to health and fitness facilities and multiple meeting/networking spaces and cafés. The nearby café at TusPark's Bio-Innovation Centre provides a selection of breakfast and lunch options including Asian cuisine, and is open between 0800-1430hrs Monday to Friday. Nursery provision for children from three months to five years is also available on
Looking to the future: planning permission has been secured for a 153-bed hotel with extensive conferencing facilities, state-of-the-art gym, pool, coffee shop and restaurant. Ideal for both members of the Park as well as visitors.
LocationA world-famous university, historic architecture and a culturally diverse community of exceptionally talented individuals blend to create the unique environment that is Cambridge.
At the heart of the city's high-tech community, the Cambridge Science Park has played a pivotal role in the transformation of Cambridge into a global centre of excellence in technology research and development. Today, the Park is home to a broad range of organisations and entrepreneurs working on next generation technologies from personalised medicines and non-invasive cancer diagnostics to artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, security, environmental protection and connectivity, all of which have the potential to change the way we and future generations will live.
TusPark's new buildings enjoy a prominent position at the entrance to the Park. On completion of the current phase of development, TusPark's investment at the Cambridge Science Park will comprise five buildings, all specifically designed to facilitate and encourage the growth of high-tech and life science organisations.
B1(b) Business - Research and Development
B1(a) Business - Offices