Presenter to be Confirmed

Presenter to be Confirmed

To be Confirmed
“Presentation to be Confirmed”
Marianne Kwok

Marianne Kwok

Principal, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
“One Shenzhen Bay Landmark Tower: Mixed-Use Vertical Living Realized”
Allan Zhang

Allan Zhang

Head of Asset Management of Greater China, Cushman & Wakefield
“Future Value of One Shenzhen Bay: Asset Management of High-Quality Super Tall Urban Complex”
Note: The Shenzhen off-site programs were available to delegates who remained in Shenzhen on Wednesday 19 October. Those delegates who continued on to the Guangzhou segment of the Conference were not able to attend the Shenzhen off-site programs, as the Guangzhou program took place on the same day.

Complimentary Networking Reception Included

The One Shenzhen Bay development embraces a number of towers, several of them focused on the luxury high-end residential buyer. As we are seeing in New York, London and Sydney, as well as many other cities around the world, there increasingly seems to be a market in tall buildings for sumptuous apartments, with full floors and facilities such as private swimming pools, not to mention fantastic views. This program focused on the myriad aspects of this sector of the market, and embraced a tour of the whole development, including the office as well as residential towers.

Venue: One Shenzhen Bay
Capacity: 70 Delegates

Program Hosted & Organized by:

ParklandGroup

Wednesday 19 October, Schedule, Shenzhen

2:00 pm Arrival & Coffee
2:25 pm Welcome from Parkland Real Estate Development
2:30 pm Presentation 1
2:50 pm Marianne Kwok
3:10 pm Presentation 3
3:30 pm Q&A
3:45 pm Coffee Break
4:15 pm Tour of One Shenzhen Bay
5:30 pm Networking Reception

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About This Program Location

One Shenzhen Bay Tower 7

About One Shenzhen Bay Tower 7

The One Shenzhen Bay master plan is located on reclaimed land that did not exist prior to 2005, in the newly created district of Houhai across Shenzhen Bay from the city’s central business district. The development is unique in that, unlike many recent master plans in China, all towers are pushed to the perimeter of the site in order to surround an open public park space. The intentions behind this are multiple – the towers border the street, creating an urban street wall. The massing simultaneously encourages a more pedestrian experience – both on the street side, and within the site as building users are encouraged to leave the building to experience the outdoor space.

One Shenzhen Bay Tower 7, located on the southern-most edge of the development, rises above the other… Read More

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