Site Area

169,000 Sq. M.

Gross Floor Area

700,000 Sq. M

Shops

200+

Build

2007


Overview

There are several hundred stores at Jianwai SOHO, including Starbucks Flagship Store, Tongrentang Flagship Store, Yuxiang Renjia Flagship Restaurant, Dong Tian Image Styling, Markor Furnishings, Ajisen Ramen, Wendy Wu Restaurant and many other stylish boutiques. These shops, along with the several hundred companies that have moved in or signed leases, have turned Jianwai SOHO into one of the busiest urban centers integrating residential areas, offices, recreation facilities and retail outlets.

New way of living

An increasing number of commercial, cultural, and fashion events have taken place at Jianwai SOHO. At the Jianwai SOHO Summer Carnival, which runs for four months each year, pop stars, poets, artists and writers present concerts, poetry recitals, street displays and theme salons to audiences who come in large numbers from all over the city. Fashion shows of famous brands have also been held here. Each year, Jianwai SOHO plays host to over 40 events of various types. Jianwai SOHO has introduced not only a new style of housing, but also a new way of living.

Towers

20

Villas

4

Rooftop Gardens

20

Pedestrian Lanes

16


Chief Architect

Riken Yamamoto


  • 1945 Born in Beijing
  • 1971 MA from Tokyo National University of Fine Art and Music, Faculty of Architecture

  • 1973 Founded Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop


Jianwai SOHO

Location

Jianwai SOHO is located at 39 East Third Ring Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing (opposite the China World Trade Center). The buildings have a total gross floor area of 700,000 square meters on a site of 169,000 square meters. Jianwai SOHO includes 20 high rise towers and four villas. Currently, 18 towers and the four villas are completed; and two towers are under construction. Upon completion (October 2007), there will be 20 rooftop gardens and 16 pedestrian lanes.

LEASING

400-815-9888

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

400-815-9888

Jianwai SOHO

39 East Third Ring Road

Chaoyang District Beijing

(opposite the China World Trade Center)