Hefei Mengchenglu合肥蒙城路

One of Hefei City's Most Popular Shopping Centres

As At 31 December 2020

RMB582.0 million

Independent Valuation

23,653 sqm

Net Lettable Area


No. of Tenants


Occupancy Rate

4.7 years

Weighted Average Lease Expiry (Based on Net Lettable Area)

S$5.3 million

FY 2020 Gross Revenue

S$2.4 million

FY 2020 Net Property Income

Tenants Includes:
BHG Hypermarket, BHG Cinema, Hai Di Lao, Pizza Hut, Starbucks, ZanKee 詹記, Zhou Gui Fei 周贵妃, Biowoosoo, 百武西, Balabala, La Babite, Vero, Moda

HEFEI MENGCHENGLU is located in Hefei City, the provincial capital and largest city of Anhui Province in China. It is also the political, economic and cultural center of Anhui province.

Hefei Mengchenglu is situated near the northwest corner of the intersection of Beier Ring Road and Mengcheng Road, North of Luyang District. It is also located in Hefei's North First Ring retail hub, which comprises several mature residents of communities, high quality office projects and commercial facilities. The mall is frequented by families and professionals for retail goods and services such as fashion, dining and entertainment.

Hefei Mengchenglu is easily accessed via several main roads and is only a five minutes walk from two bus stations – the North Station of Baishuiba and the West Station of Baishuiba. The mall is located near government organisations such as the Luyang District Government, Luyang Administrative Service Center, and Hefei Justice Bureau. Several commercial buildings such as Fortune Plaza, Xintiandi, Hongda Building, and Zhidi HSBC Plaza are also located in the vicinity.



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