China South City Harbin
at the Daowai District of Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang Province, China
South City Harbin (“CSC Harbin”) fully taps its advantageous location in
Northeast China, a premier hub for cross-border trade with countries in
Northeast Asia. Its proximity to the China-Russia border helps to facilitate
economic activities within the region. Tapping the opportunities arising from
the area’s development potential, CSC Harbin endeavors to become the largest
integrated logistics and trade center in Northeast China. The project has a
planned land area of approximately 10.0 million sq. m. and a total planned GFA
of approximately 12.0 million sq. m..
its own geographical location and local industries advantages, CSC Harbin
actively promoted the development of regional economy and trade. During the
Year, with the support of the local government, CSC Harbin signed agreements
with Russia Khabarovsk City Food Market and other merchants, actively building
the core hub for Northeast Asia green food exhibition and trade. In addition, CSC
Harbin actively promoted the development of two major Sino-Russian trading
projects, namely Sino-Russia Trading Building and Petersburg Hotel. For
ancillary facilities, phase I of Qianlong Logistics Park was completed and
commenced operation during the Year, further catering the logistics and
warehousing demand from China South City and its surrounding businesses.
Currently, the planned operations of CSC Harbin cover industries such as
hardware & construction materials, green food, small commodities, hotel
commodities, leather & fur and outlets, etc.
As at 31 March 2016, CSC
Harbin is currently under phase I construction and has a total GFA of
approximately 855,600 sq. m. completed, including approximately 773,100 sq. m.
of trade centers, approximately 59,200 sq. m. of logistics and warehousing
facilities and approximately 23,300 sq. m. of ancillary facilities.