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Taikoo Li Qiantan, located in the Qiantan International Business district, is a retail development which focuses on wellness and sustainability. It is our second development in Shanghai and the third Taikoo Li project in the Chinese Mainland.
Taikoo Li Qiantan is a retail project jointly developed by Swire Properties and Lujiazui Group in Pudong, Shanghai. It maintains the essence of the “Taikoo Li” brand, renowned for its open-plan and lane-driven architectural design. It offers a diverse mix of around 250 shops, spanning luxury retail, high-end and trendy fashion, dining and entertainment, lifestyle and health, and arts and culture.
There is a host of international luxury brands including Audemars Piguet, Balenciaga, Bulgari, Cartier, Dior, Fendi, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Hermès, Loewe, Louis Vuitton, Moncler, Prada, Saint Laurent, Tiffany & Co. and Zegna.
Approximately 1.24 million sq ft (over 120,000 sqm) of retail space
Accessible by bus and lines 6, 8 and 11 of the Shanghai Metro
Retail complex and a 86,000 sq ft (over 8,000 sqm) central park
Over 250 shops and restaurants
One major design highlight is the “Double-open park concept”, a wide expanse of open green space and lanes across the ground level and rooftop, connected by an 80-metre-long Scenic Bridge overlooking the Huangpu River.
Another highlight is the 450-metre Sky Loop surrounding the rooftop of the complex. As Shanghai’s first AI digitalised running track within a mall, the Sky Loop features professional running and walking tracks, equipped with facial recognition technology and digitalised changing rooms.
Taikoo Li Qiantan comprises several unique open spaces where visitors can gather and relax.
The complex was designed by renowned US architecture and planning practice 5+ Design, with the landscape designed by Singapore-based landscape design consultant Tierra. The architectural design won the 2019 MIPIM AR Future Project Award (Shopping Centre Category).
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