Hang Lung Properties, a real estate developer operating in Hong Kong and mainland China, has unveiled a Grade A office tower at Heartland 66 in Wuhan, its first large-scale commercial development in central China.
”The Office Tower of Heartland 66 is now open for leasing and tenants are expected to move into the Grade A office tower in Wuhan in the middle quarter of next year,” said company in a press release.
The commercial development is conveniently located on Jinghan Avenue in bustling Qiaokou District, the commercial and business heart of Wuhan, with mass transit railway accessibility. It comprises a shopping mall, a 61-story Grade A office tower and planned serviced apartments, with a total gross floor area of 450,000 square meters.
Derek Pang, Director – Leasing & Management of Hang Lung Properties, highlighted that Hang Lung has been investing in the property market on the Mainland for close to three decades, building world-class landmarks in the prime locations of various cities.
“The commercial market in Wuhan, as a rising star among the first-tier cities, has becoming more mature with diverse industries. As a critical commercial hub of central China, Wuhan has attracted top local and overseas businesses to set up their regional headquarters in the city, driving higher demand for Grade A offices. Since Heartland 66 is poised to become a new world-class landmark of Wuhan, our Office Tower as part of the commercial complex will provide our tenants with a premium workplace environment and a unique experience essential to a vibrant urban lifestyle,” added Derek Pang.
“Heartland 66 is a combination of world-class design, modern facilities, human touches and sustainable elements. In order to meet our customers’ needs, we examine every item in detail, fully reflecting our customer-centric principle and creating premium conditions for international businesses as our potential tenants,” said Peter Leung, Director – Project Management of Hang Lung Properties.
He added that Heartland 66 has attained the “Precertification under Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Core and Shell Development – Gold Level” issued by the U.S. Green Building Council, which once again recognizes Hang Lung’s dedicated involvement and remarkable performance in sustainable development.