Beijing Cultural Creative Building is positioned to be a new landmark in Beijing and the first benchmark of Grade A Office in the region. Located in the Beijing Olympic Park, an area functions as an international exchange center for the city, this building is also adjacent to the headquarter of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). Situated in the Ya’ao Community (Olympic Functional Community), this building serves three major business areas, including Zhongguancun, Wangjing and Shangdi. Close to Lishuiqiao South Station of Metro Line 5, this building conveniently connects to Beijing Capital International Airport and the CBD area in downtown.
This project consists of four office towers and a cross-linked commercial corridor on the first floor. This unique design lays the solid foundation for the park to become a display of an international commercial complex. As the only Grade A office benchmark in the region and prequalified as a US LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) Gold, this building offers an ideally comfortable office environment for our tenants.
Supporting boutique commercial facilities are available within the park, including various kinds of exquisite cuisines, fine dining, health and leisure facilities as well as domestic services for tenants’ convenience.
Adjacent to Lishuiqiao South Station of Metro Line 5, only three stations from Ya’ao business circle, with access to a total of 16 bus routes and close to the Daxing bus hub.
This project consists of four Grade A office towers, with their first floor commercial areas covered by glass and linked together, such that the business part and the commercial part of the four towers are integrated as a whole, creating a vertically interconnected open platform for commerce, business, brand display and interactive experiences.
This building boasts a well-decorated lifted hall with a 10.5 meters high ceiling, a floor height of 4.0-4.4 meters and 100mm raised flooring.
Qualified as LEED Gold, this building boasts multiple environment-friendly technologies for the sake of creating a green office.