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Saturday, April 24, 2010

Hong Leong China project wins award

BEIJING: Guoson Centre, Hong Leong Group's (HLG) flagship project in China, has won the five-star "Best Mixed Use Development in China" Award at the 2010 Asia-Pacific Property Awards recently.

This is the first time a Chinese development has won the regional first prize in this category.

The Asia Pacific Property Awards is part of the International Property Awards to identify the best real estate professionals across the globe. It was held on Apr 16 in Hong Kong.

Guoson Centre was developed by GuocoLand China, the property arm of Malaysia-based HLG.
GuocoLand China is well-known as a "specialist in transportation hubs" for the ingenious site selection of all their developments.

The prize-winning development, Guoson Centre, is a large-scale, integrated mixed use development and is located in Beijing and Shanghai.

The 600,000-sq metre Guoson Centre at GuocoLand's Dongzhimen mixed development in Beijing houses Asia's largest transportation hub and features on-site check-in and customs service, a first in Beijing.

It takes 16 minutes by the airport express to get to the Beijing International Airport.

Meanwhile, the 500,000-sq m Guoson Centre in Shanghai is a 10-minute drive away from the Hongqiao transportation hub, one of the world's largest.

GuocoLand China group managing director, Violet Lee, said Guoson Centre, a mixed development, comprised an international retail mall, five-star British-style hotel, Grade A office towers, high-end residences and expansive Singapore-inspired "Garden City" landscaping.

Guoson Centre in Beijing has a 40,000 sq m sky garden, the largest in a commercial project in China.

The centre in Shanghai offers a water-inspired landscape.

The development contains all the facilities for people to work, live, dine, entertain, travel, shop, and even enjoy a healthy and green lifestyle.

"Guoson Centre has been designed as a city within a city. The Guoson Centre offers everything a person needs for an enjoyable life," she said.

By Bernama

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