Phase 2 - Dragon Building
The biggest agricultural technology plant building in Asia
The Dragon Building is a standard plant of RC structure with one floor underground and four floors above ground. Its base area is 40,881 m2 and its total floor area is 41,246 m2. The building has 56 units that are 173 ping or 345 ping in area to accommodate the space needs of various enterprises. The exterior walls of the building have metal panel covering and its corridors are covered with flexible wooden materials for sun shading. The exterior of the building exudes a contemporary feel. The building’s parking and loading/unloading areas are provided with in total 353 underground and ground parking spaces. The unloading platform of each plant in Dragon Building can accommodate container trucks and is convenient for vehicle scheduling and making turns. All roads in the plant compound can link to the National Highway No.3. The superior geographic location and convenient traffic are features of the Dragon Building.
The Dragon Building was completed on June 1, 2010. By March 1, 2012, 13 enterprises have leased 16 units of the plant building.
Rent Schedule of Dragon Building
Unit: NT$/ m2/month
Basement atmospheric temperature material storeroom
1. The rent is inclusive of public construction fee and 5% business tax.
2. Lessees of 1F units may apply for addition of plant space and the added area does not incur additional rent or management fee.
3. The leased area of plant units on 1F, 2F, 3F and 4F includes public facility space for rent calculation purpose. The rent for basement storeroom will be calculated based on the actual area leased without counting the public facility space.
4. The underground garage of Dragon Building has 110 parking spaces, of which 64 are reserved for lessees; each lessee of Big Bird Unit of Dragon Building is assigned two parking spaces and each lessee of Small Eagle Unit of Dragon Building is assigned one parking space as arranged by the Park Administration. The other 46 parking spaces are for public parking and available to all lessees.
Phase 4 - Yaitai Operational Center for Aquaculture
The Yaitai Operational Center for Aquaculture occupies 5.5 hectares of land and is divided into two zones – R&D and Logistics Zone and Production &Distribution Operations Zone. The R&D and Logistics Zone will have customs personnel and inspection and quarantine personnel from the Bureau of Animal and Plant Health Inspection and Quarantine stationed there to provide convenient one-time customs clearance and onsite (breeding facility) inspection and quarantine services for ornamental fish and aquaculture products. The Zone also reserves sizable space for R&D and incubation for academic and research institutions, such as National Pingtung University of Science and Technology to move in. Such arrangement will enable those institutions to grasp first-hand the needs and status of the industry, while providing timely testing and consulting services. The combination of convenient customs clearance and inspection services and R&D will effectively lift the core competitiveness of our aquatic industry.
In the Production & Distribution Operations Zone, the Park has allocated 1.5 hectares of land with complete public facilities for investors to build their own plants. To help alleviate the financial burden of investors, the Park will construct in addition 12 units of aquatic plant facilities in the Zone for lease by residents. Each unit will come with a 760 m2(1 ping equals 36 square feet) detached building and 826 m2 of land with space for office, storage, inspection, kitchen, bathroom, as well as fresh water and seawater sources and air compressor. To meet varying operational needs, some of the units will use flexible design and offer 264 m2 of compact plant featuring basic operational functions. The Production & Distribution Operations Zone aims to provide investors with a base for export-oriented operation and R&D, which links up the diversified aquatic products and channel services of residents with satellite fish breeding farm supply chain to produce the cluster effect that will give Taiwan’s ornamental fish and aquaculture products optimal competitive edge in the international markets.