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Blue Harbour 5, Beijing China
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Introduction to Blue Harbor Blue Harbor as if a European air transport from the town, commercial civilization and the natural landscape of perfect fusion, is full of innovation and surprises. Beijing such a water shortage in the international metropolis of the the SOLANA blue harbor has three hydrophilic surface of the superior environment, its southern and eastern Chaoyang Park's vast lake, the north after the renovation of the Landmark. If not in person, hard to believe that such a beautiful environment in the city center. Even more rare, SOLANA Blue Harbour 130,000 precious land only luxury building of 150,000 square meters of building volume, by 19 2-3 ​​layers, filled with rich European-style small building in such The landscape around the building. The gorgeous building of color as the jumping notes, various formats have been carefully assigned to each region. These different building with a colorful colors, as if by the Chaoyang Park's land-based natural born. Uncompromising attention to detail, transparent blocks of the dome, the roof garden of flowers ...... Compared to traditional shopping center, instead of the blue sky and white clouds in SOLANA SOLANA ceilings, natural breeze instead of a new wind of the air conditioning ducts, authentic European architecture, width, suitable for street, no forced sense of a crowded, for the consumer to create a comfortable, attractive, rich affinity open shopping environment, consumers as if in a few minutes from the crowded Beijing came to the romantic and elegant European. SOLANA SOLANA before the world's only Life the style Shopping Center. Life style Shopping Center originated in the United States, and to flourish in the eighties and nineties. It provides to consumers is not only innovative and diverse shopping and leisure experience of more traditional business can not match the beautiful landscape perspective and open environment for consumption. The definition of the International Council of Shopping Centers LifestyleShoppingCenter: "is located in higher density residential area, to meet the consumption in this district customer demand for retail and leisure pursuit, with the characteristics of the open-air open and a good environment, mainly high-end national sexual chain of stores, or fashion-oriented department store main shop, multi-format collection purposes, including catering, entertainment, bookstores, theaters and other facilities, leisure, environmental, architectural and decorative style to create a chic casual consumer sites . " SOLANA SOLANA developer Beijing Blue Harbor Limited to get the project land use rights, to fight this cause of Beijing's most distinctive commercial projects. SOLANA Blue Harbour developers footprints all over the world-renowned commercial projects, and explore the trends of today's generation commercial development. The LifestyleShoppingCenter wave sweeping the world all left a deep impression, Life style Shopping Center and the retail industry pay more attention to this trend is consistent consumer experience, to release consumers from the big box giant, in an open consumption environment. SOLANA SOLANA peripheral has developed restaurants, bars and entertainment features, it has become a label of the region, with the continuous development of the surrounding upscale communities of Chaoyang Park and the CBD, this trend will become more apparent. Therefore, SOLANA will certainly further increase its charm in the above areas. Located in Chaoyang Park, the same the SOLANA one of the unique advantages, has become the term of a people yearning for in the increasingly internationalized Beijing, Chaoyang Park, representing the city in harmony with nature. Do together in the business concept and geographic location a new LifestyleShoppingPark of already available SOLANA Shopping Park Life, the style not only retained only to retain the many advantages of Life, the style Shopping Center, but also on the basis of further The more fit the needs of the consumers in the level of material and spiritual, to provide consumers with a dream of consumer paradise.

Copyright: Lei Shi
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Caricate: 21/05/2012
Aggiornato: 15/10/2014
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