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Old October 2nd, 2007, 10:27 PM   #1
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SHANGHAI | Eastward Enlargement of Lujiazui Development News

Pudong commercial area to be extended



部分地块开始动迁 陆家嘴"金融城"东扩启动
2007年08月11日15:13 新闻晚报



  晚报讯浦东陆家嘴“金融城”东扩和二层步行连廊建设部分地块动迁工作业已启动。这是昨日在浦东新区人大常委会上传出的消息,会上还透露了浦东新区对于世博场馆的后续利用计划。

  2007上半年,浦东新区的第三产业发展明显加快,共实现增加值655.73亿元,占生产总值比重已上升到51.5%。金融聚焦的战略进一步得到实现,增加值204.4亿元,成为浦东新区三产增长的亮点。截至6月底,入驻浦东的金融机构总数累计达410家,12家外资法人银行相继成立,占全国的 2/3。金融机构的高度集聚让陆家嘴的楼宇日渐紧俏。陆家嘴金融城的130多幢商务办公楼宇,平均租售率在93%以上,即使如此,很多想落户浦东的金融机构还是面临着一楼难求的局面。

  据了解,“金融城”东扩先行启动的范围包括世纪大道以北、浦东大道以南、浦东南路以东、崂山西路以西。东扩的部分将主要用来建造商用办公楼及配套设施,目前在建的30个商办楼宇中,预计今年上半年可竣工9个;同时,还有25个项目正在拟建中。

  对于世博场馆的后续利用,昨天,浦东新区副区长万大宁在新区人大常委会上表示,该区今后拟利用世博留下的场馆资源,适度布局一些展馆设施和配套设施,与新国际博览中心形成错位竞争。

  浦东将紧邻济阳路交通枢纽,规划布局浦东旅游集散中心,在三林区域布局一个有一定规模的主题类旅游景点,布局2个-3个中小型旅游项目。

  作者: □记者程贤淑实习生李谢林

http://sh.news.sina.com.cn/20070811/151380749.shtml

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Some block the relocation began Lujiazui "City" started its eastward expansion
At 3:13 p.m. on August 11, 2007 Evening News



Evening Pudong Lujiazui -- "City" and the eastward expansion of the second floor corridor to walk part of the building block the relocation work has already been initiated. This is in Pudong New Area yesterday learned from the Standing Committee of the news conference, also revealed the Pudong New Area of the Expo venue follow-up plans.

The first half of 2007, the Pudong New Area of the development of tertiary industry has accelerated markedly, the total added value of 65.573 billion yuan, accounting for GDP had risen to 51.5%. Financial Highlights of the strategy has been further realized 20.44 billion yuan in added value, the Pudong New Area into three production growth spot. As of the end of June, settled in the Pudong financial institutions amounted to a total 410, 12 foreign banks have set up legal, accounting for 2 / 3. Financial institutions gather the height of the buildings so that the Lujiazui increasingly tight. Lujiazui Finance and the Board of the 130-odd commercial office buildings, with an average rental rate of 93% or more, and even so, many would like to set up in Pudong financial institutions still face difficult for the first floor of the situation.

It is understood that the "City" launched the first eastward expansion of the scope of the north, including Century Avenue, Pudong Road south, east Pudong South Road, west of West Laoshan. Part of the expansion will be mainly used for construction of commercial buildings and ancillary facilities, the construction of 30 commercial buildings, which is expected to be completed and the first half of this year, nine; There are also 25 projects are being proposed to be constructed.

Expo venue for the use of the follow-up yesterday, deputy head of the Pudong New Area Daning million in the new districts Standing Committee, said that the proposed future use of the area left the Expo venue resources, some modest exhibition hall layout facilities and ancillary facilities, and the New International Expo Center form dislocation competition.

Pudong will be located adjacent JACKIE Xinyang transport hub, the layout Pudong tourism hub, the three-regional distribution of a certain number of tourist attractions like theme, layout 2 -3 small and medium tourism projects.





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Gregotti beats the competition in Shanghai

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Gregotti Associati win competition for extending financial district

The project prepared by Milan based Gregotti Associati, joined for the occasion by local partner Thape, has been selected in the restricted international consultation held by the Government of Shanghai to extend the eastern part of the financial district of Lujiazui (better known as Pudong). The project involves an area of around 850 thousand m2 at the centre of the famous downtown area of Shanghai, where innumerable skyscrapers, including the Jin Mao, already rise up, in an urban scene that is transforming fast, with plots still to be built on and a fabric where the new towers loom up in isolation. Beginning with this complex architectural context that is in the process of formation, the project concentrates on the integration of the new eastern financial zone of Lujiazui in the vast financial district of Shanghai, bringing out the possibilities of a compact urban configuration that is capable of incorporating the future towers into a coordinated design for the city. The qualities of the project that have enabled it to win the international competition, first of all establish a network of public spaces extending along the sides of the monumental axis of Century Boulevard, regulating the elevation of a new city core with an orthogonal grid, a new centre for service sector activities with attached services and residences, consisting of towers integrated into a clear urban morphology. Pedestrian only streets, plazas, tree-lined avenues and avenues of water distribute the alignments along the regulating grid, its rhythm marked by blocks designed as bases that are raised 20 metres with a green covering. Containing services, commerce and various facilities, the bases guarantee the ground level a high level of use by the collective urban life and avoid the residual spaces with no identity that are normally produced by the isolation of skyscrapers. The towers rising from the bases can therefore take on forms rich in architectural variations, yet respecting an urban structure that is well defined by the blocks and by their alignments of the road layouts. This philosophy of a “city of skyscrapers” measured at ground level by human steps and proportions suitable for social life is entrusted to three large malls, or parallel avenues, over 70 metres wide, with the city mall (a sequence of plazas with facilities) at the centre and at the sides a water mall and a green mall, intersected on the front facing the river by a tree-lined avenue. The general plan also sets itself the objective of merging four general levels and making them coexist in the scheme: the level of the pedestrian city at ground level; the lowest level (at -7.50) where the service roads, technical spaces and parking areas, plus a commercial promenade by the new canal, are located; the level of the blocks (at +20), where a further green mantle stretches out; finally, the various heights of the towers that will rise up from the blocks. The project for the new zone with a prevalently service function requires the support of a strong infrastructure: two underground motorways and five underground railway lines will avoid mobility jams, guaranteeing the use of the area to over 150 thousand people at the same time. On the basis of quantitative parameters that envisage flows of these dimensions for a surface zoned for building of over 2 million m2, the city core of Lujiazui is prefigured as a genuine new urban pole. For this the project envisages around half the surface being for service sector use in a strict sense, and the other half being divided up between hospitality services, commerce and entertainment, with hotels, residences and the insertion of structures to host exhibitions and performances. This functional structuring, combined with the centrality conferred upon the large public spaces, will favour the use of the area throughout the entire day, attracting diverse social sectors of the Chinese metropolis.

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This map is more accurate, it shows the two major areas being scheduled to experience a massive redevelopment. The red area covers Gregotti's concept plan. The blue one covers the former port facilities which were removed a couple of years ago. There are several skyscraper projects on going around there already.

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Gregotti Associati win competition for extending financial district

The project prepared by Milan based Gregotti Associati, joined for the occasion by local partner Thape, has been selected in the restricted international consultation held by the Government of Shanghai to extend the eastern part of the financial district of Lujiazui (better known as Pudong). The project involves an area of around 850 thousand m2 at the centre of the famous downtown area of Shanghai, where innumerable skyscrapers, including the Jin Mao, already rise up, in an urban scene that is transforming fast, with plots still to be built on and a fabric where the new towers loom up in isolation. Beginning with this complex architectural context that is in the process of formation, the project concentrates on the integration of the new eastern financial zone of Lujiazui in the vast financial district of Shanghai, bringing out the possibilities of a compact urban configuration that is capable of incorporating the future towers into a coordinated design for the city. The qualities of the project that have enabled it to win the international competition, first of all establish a network of public spaces extending along the sides of the monumental axis of Century Boulevard, regulating the elevation of a new city core with an orthogonal grid, a new centre for service sector activities with attached services and residences, consisting of towers integrated into a clear urban morphology. Pedestrian only streets, plazas, tree-lined avenues and avenues of water distribute the alignments along the regulating grid, its rhythm marked by blocks designed as bases that are raised 20 metres with a green covering. Containing services, commerce and various facilities, the bases guarantee the ground level a high level of use by the collective urban life and avoid the residual spaces with no identity that are normally produced by the isolation of skyscrapers. The towers rising from the bases can therefore take on forms rich in architectural variations, yet respecting an urban structure that is well defined by the blocks and by their alignments of the road layouts. This philosophy of a “city of skyscrapers” measured at ground level by human steps and proportions suitable for social life is entrusted to three large malls, or parallel avenues, over 70 metres wide, with the city mall (a sequence of plazas with facilities) at the centre and at the sides a water mall and a green mall, intersected on the front facing the river by a tree-lined avenue. The general plan also sets itself the objective of merging four general levels and making them coexist in the scheme: the level of the pedestrian city at ground level; the lowest level (at -7.50) where the service roads, technical spaces and parking areas, plus a commercial promenade by the new canal, are located; the level of the blocks (at +20), where a further green mantle stretches out; finally, the various heights of the towers that will rise up from the blocks. The project for the new zone with a prevalently service function requires the support of a strong infrastructure: two underground motorways and five underground railway lines will avoid mobility jams, guaranteeing the use of the area to over 150 thousand people at the same time. On the basis of quantitative parameters that envisage flows of these dimensions for a surface zoned for building of over 2 million m2, the city core of Lujiazui is prefigured as a genuine new urban pole. For this the project envisages around half the surface being for service sector use in a strict sense, and the other half being divided up between hospitality services, commerce and entertainment, with hotels, residences and the insertion of structures to host exhibitions and performances. This functional structuring, combined with the centrality conferred upon the large public spaces, will favour the use of the area throughout the entire day, attracting diverse social sectors of the Chinese metropolis.

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This map is more accurate, it shows the two major areas being scheduled to experience a massive redevelopment. The red area covers Gregotti's concept plan. The blue one covers the former port facilities which were removed a couple of years ago. There are several skyscraper projects on going around there already.

Do you have any render on the blue zone area?
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Do you have any render on the blue zone area?
I've seen this render in many places, but I have no idea what is it. 4x200m~


OI saw another render of the same area, but I didn't save it. Just a bunch of 20-30fl residentials, total waste. I don't think there is a final project for this area yet, otherwise we'd know about it


This one is coming for sure, China Merchants Bank Mansion, 194m. They said they have started it a couple of weeks ago. You can see it too in the previous render.



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At the bottom right of the google earth capture you can see a huge white square plot crossed by Shiji Dadao. It's Century Metropolis, a monster hotel project composed by several towers around 180-200m. It's u/c, extremely slow progress though.



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After this is realized, Lujiazui will need a monorail or lightrail (preferably monorail because its a lot more convenient, less hazardous/intrusive, and more aesthetically pleasing). Such a small scale (not more than 20 km) line would make this financial district much more accessible and user friendly. Right now, getting around is just impractical with the nearest subway station located at the foot of the Oriental Pearl away from these "dense" office clusters.
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the century metropolis would look great, it has been on construction for ages,

and the china merchant bank is confirmed u/c weeks ago
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