Over 20 shopping malls are scheduled to open in Shenzhen in the second half of the year, sznews.com reported.
These projects are in accordance with the Shenzhen Municipal Commerce Bureau’s goal to attract international consumption resources and build outstanding enterprises. The city will further strengthen the construction of benchmark business zones and high-end shopping streets.
Statistics show that a total of 28 new projects are slated to operate in the latter half of the year. The newly added commercial land will cover 1.88 million square meters. The planned buildings include many well-known business complexes, such as the 304,400-square-meter Wanda Plaza in Longgang District, Uniwalk Center in Longhua District and Mixc Qianhai.
Longhua Uniwalk Center, which is located in a highly populated area, is set to open Sept. 30 this year. Another project, Shenzhen Mixc Qianhai, is a comprehensive complex with office buildings, high-level apartments and high-class hotels. Its opening date is November this year, as planned.
Meanwhile, data indicates that the number of shopping center projects is relatively higher in Nanshan and Longgang districts, with seven in each.