Gubei SOHO is located within the central area of Shanghai Gubei CBD. Close to the New Hongqiao Park, the project is surrounded by fabulous natural landscape and strong business atmosphere. The Gubei area is a hub for Grade A office buildings, retail developments and upscale apartments. The area is highly accessible and transportation is convenient, with the Yan’an highway and Inner Ring highway next to the site. Yili Road subway station, a stop on Subways lines 10 and 15, will be connected to the project providing direct access to the subway.
The project has a total above ground floor area of 100,000 square meters and consists of both office and retail space. Upon completion, the project will complement two neighboring office buildings, the trio make up the central zone of the Gubei CBD in close proximity to the New Hongqiao Park.
Gubei SOHO is designed by architect James von Klemperer, Design Principal at Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates where he has worked since 1983. He has been responsible for a wide range of program types and scales of projects, from a house to a city. In his work, he follows projects through the full process of design, from conception to completion. In the United States, his design for the Peterson Institute in Washington DC received an AIA award, as did his project for the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. His other US work includes, the Foley Square Courthouse in New York, and the Park Fifth residential development in Los Angeles, which received a NYAIA award in 2007.
In China, Jamie has completed major mixed use projects, such as Hang Lung Plaza 66 (Shanghai), Jinan Kerry Center (Shanghai) and Hua Mao China Central Place (Beijing). His Chinese projects in development include Tianjin Riverside 66 retail market, winner of a NYAIA award in 2009.
Hongbaoshi Road, near Manao Road
Changning District, Shanghai