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Harmony City in Nantong Launched

The launching ceremony of Harmony City, developed by Suzhou Industrial Park Harmony Group in Nantong Municipality in northern Jiangsu, was held on August 15. 

Located at the crossroads of Nonggong Road and Qingnian Road in Chongchuan District in Nantong with 2.5 billion RMB investment and 344,000-sqaure-meter construction area, the Harmony City is planned to be a large, modern, comprehensive, and high-quality commercial landmark embracing department store, shopping mall, cinema, A-level office, executive apartment, luxurious serviced apartment, and etc.

The commercial part of Harmony City covers 123,000 square meters from the 1st-floor underground to 6th floor above ground in the annex of Harmony City. On the ceremony, representatives of a dozen famous brands from home and abroad, including Golden Eagle Group, Kookmin Bank, Haagen-Dazs, Starbucks, Costa, Pizza-hut, signed lease agreements with the Harmony City.  

This settlement in Nantong marks that SIP Harmony Group officially steps out of Suzhou. In future, the Group will vigorously develop Yangtze-Delta Region. At present, the Group has developed and operated over 2-million-square-meter projects, including commercial center, shopping mall, commercial pedestrian street, entertainment district, F&B district, office and serviced apartment in Ligongdi, Harmony Times Square, Yangcheng F&B Street, and etc. Now, the Group also takes part in the development and construction of 22.4-square-kilometer Yangcheng Lake international resort.

August 16, 2011

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