Beijing Wanliu Mall北京华联万柳购物中心

Premium Community Mall in Beijing's High Income Residential District


As At 31 December 2017

S$470.1 million

Independent Valuation


54,611 sqm

Net Lettable Area


301

No. of Tenants


100.0%

Occupancy Rate


3.4 years

Weighted Average Lease Expiry
(Based on Net Lettable Area)


S$38.5 million

12M 2017 Gross Revenue


S$25.4 million

12M 2017 Net Property Income


Tenants Includes:
BHG Hypermarket, Golden Harvest Cinema, H&M, Uniqlo, Muji, C&A, Calvin Klein Jeans, Tommy Hilfiger, Lacoste, Nike Kids, Carter's, Etude House, Element Fresh, Bellagio, Hai Di Lao, Pizza Hut, 江边城外, 旺顺阁, Costa Coffee, 唱吧麦颂, Chow Tai Fook(周太福), Happy Pony 快乐小马

Beijing Wanliu Mall is situated in Haidian District, which is one of the largest urban districts of Beijing by population and its residents have one of the highest per-capita disposable income in Beijing.

Catering to the growing needs of middle-to-high income families and professionals living and working in Wanliu, Beijing Wanliu Mall stands out with six fl oors of premium retail and quality experiential services.

The multi-tenanted Beijing Wanliu Mall is surrounded by high-end residential communities whose residents enjoy coming to the mall for a wide range of lifestyle options such as fashion, dining, education and entertainment.

Beijing Wanliu Mall is easily accessible via main roads, subway and buses. It is close to China's prestigious Peking University, Tsinghua University and Renmin University, as well as the Summer Palace and Wanliu Golf Club, the only golf club within the Fourth Ring Road of Beijing. The mall is also a short drive to the Zhongguancun technology hub, often referred to as the Silicon Valley of China.

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