The site for Vanke Tianfu Cloud City occupies four land plots, all of which will be connected through a central green axis. The project will include Grade-A office, eco-office towers, exhibition venues, hotels, a clubhouse and marketplace.
The development is within close proximity to Xinglong Lake, Vanke Tianfu Cloud City and is set to become an important hi-tech and commercial hub in Chengdu and western China.
The development has plenty of green space incorporated throughout the project, with terraced facades and expansive green-filled balconies offering panoramic views of Xinglong Lake. The 54,000sqm (581,300sqf ) central green axis connects different sections and buildings in a park-like setting. The development resides within Tianfu – a new development zone designated for technological and science-related industries in Chengdu. The project is slated to be completed in 2019.
The luxurious 54,000-square-metre central green axis ingeniously connects different programmes and buildings in a park-like setting to enhance pedestrian experience.
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