Ecopolis HTZ

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Ecopolis HTZ

The high-tech business park is organized under the model of an innovative business ecosystem. The project is being performed by DCH investment group on the initiative of Aleksandr Yaroslavskyi, the owner of DCH. The intended volume of investments is $1 billion. It will provide Ukraine with at least 10 000 new working places.

Ecopolis HTZ will become the central object of the ‘Ukrainian Silicon Valley’ state project initiated by Volodymyr Zelenskyi, President of Ukraine. It is to be located in Kharkiv city, one of the leading scientific and technological centres in Ukraine.

About 150 hectares of currently unused territory will become a platform for the next tide of the technological revolution in Ukraine:

| Industrial park
| IT cluster
| Medical centre
| Logistics centre
| Commerce cluster
| Agricultural and technological cluster
| R&D
| Educational centre



About project

Ecopolis HTZ Business Park is a long-term investment project launched by DCH, a company owned by Aleksandr Yaroslavskyi who is actively investing in the Ukrainian economy as a whole and particularly in his native Kharkiv Region.

Rational use and deep redevelopment of Kharkiv Tractor Plant will help create a fundamentally new world-class ecosystem for business development, research, and innovation.

500 thousand sq m
total area

$1 billion

new jobs

phases of implementation

  • Industrial park
    (industrial cluster)
  • Technology park
    (innovative office IT-cluster including R&D)
  • E-Commerce distribution center
  • Warehouses and production facilities
  • Shopping and entertainment center
  • Medical center
  • Educational center
    (university, business school)
  • Reserve territories
  • Kharkiv Tractor Plant
    (existing production site)

1st stage residents

1st stage residents

ZTE Corporation (China) - one of the world leaders in the production of telecommunication systems, mobile devices and various technological solutions for the private and public sectors

Commercial vehicle assembly plant

Kharkiv City Council

Kharkiv IT Cluster — public organization that brings together the leading IT companies of the city

National Aerospace University H.E. Zhukovsky " Kharkiv Aviation Institute" is country's leading university training specialists in aerospace industry. It was founded in 1930.

«INGO» Medical Center — modern outpatient clinic

Glass factory

This wall pipe plant

Hewlett Packard Enterprise - the largest American information technology company

Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics is one of the few universities in the country engaged in professional training for the IT industry

HUAWEI (China) - provider of information and communication technology infrastructure and smart devices

Kharkiv National University named after V.N. Karazin is one of the oldest universities in Eastern Europe. It was founded in November 1804.

National Science Center «Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology» (NSC KIPT) is a large scientific center engaged in physical science. It was founded in 1928.

The Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry is the leading scientific and methodological center that heads and coordinates research work on the problems of soil science, agrochemistry and soil protection. It was founded in 1924.

Kharkov University Consortium - unites 32 universities of Kharkov

Educational and Scientific Institute (Karazin Business School)

DSV - the fifth largest global freight forwarder, warehouse

Elme Messer Gaas - industrial gas bottling plant

A. N. Beketov Kharkiv National University of Municipal Economy is the leading university in Kharkiv in training management and engineering personnel in all areas of functioning, management and development of cities and regions.