Construction starts on our major Shanghai masterplan

Construction has officially started on our major mixed-use masterplan in Yangjing West, Shanghai.


Located on Shanghai’s Huangpu River, our masterplan covers an area of 77,000 square metres and connects the site and the city beyond to the Huangpu River, transforming the former industrial site into a thriving riverside community.

Residential towers, commercial office buildings and retail are connected via the famous Bund pedestrian and cycle path, with new pedestrian links and public spaces that activate the area for locals and visitors alike.


Four key public spaces punctuate the site: a commercial plaza, a retail street, a new public park and a green corridor running north–south through the centre of the site, with further landscaped skybridges that will enable pedestrian wayfinding through the site, creating spaces for people to meet and linger. The public realm provides spaces away from the roads where people can socialise, relax and play, all within reach of the waterfront.


In a statement the Lujiazui Group said “Yangjing West [is] an opportunity to benchmark itself against the world-class waterfront area, to further cultivate the Lujiazui Financial and Trade Zone with an international vision, and to make unremitting efforts to transform the Pudong waterfront into a world-class waterfront complex and a “world living room”, and to realise the transformation from an ‘industrial rust belt’ to a ‘living show belt’ and an ‘innovation show belt’ in the new journey of joining the construction of Pudong’s leading district.”

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