Refined French living with charm of old Shanghai-by MyLiving (I)
Wed Jun 14 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0800 (CST)
Recently, serviced apartment Stanford Residences Xu Hui has been strongly recommended for those who live in Mainland China by a famous real estate magazine under MyLiving. The magazine spoke highly of the elegant, caring design and the French-style natural landscape of Stanford Residences Xu Hui.
The following are excerpts from an article in the March issue of MyLiving.
Jiashan Road is not very long, or wide. It's a secluded street connected to Fuxing Road, Shaanxi South Road, Jianguo West Road and Xiangyang South Road. Even the locals, who are not living in the vicinity, may rarely know its existence.
On both sides of the road are the most common plane trees in Shanghai. Their trunks are of mottled gray, with thick leaves rippling gently in the breeze; while the dappled shadows lends the scene a special flavor, sometimes elegant, sometimes sedate. Wandering in such a street, people may feel that they are walking in a landscape painting.
Nestled among those swaying plane trees are housing estates, and the newly built residential area The Palace of Stanford Residences. As lands for homesteading in downtown are practically scarce, The Palace may be regarded as the "last sumptuous quarter of the downtown". Right inside this "last sumptuous quarter of the downtown" sits our high-end serviced apartment Stanford Residences Xu Hui. So, in a certain sense, Stanford Residences Xu Hui is a bright pearl on estate crown.
Stanford Residences Xu Hui
Located at the intersection of Jiashan Road and Jianguo West Road, Stanford Residences Xu Hui is in the heart of Shanghai’s historic Xuhui District. Along the Jianguo West Road are many protection architectures, with a collection of French style garden houses. The choice on Jianguo West Road is endless, from tasty street snacks to the haute couture shopping. The famous Jiashan Street Market is found here, too. Vendors from around the world sell on the pavement, bringing good quality and locally produced goods to Shanghai. As vendors and customers are mostly foreigners, this market is a good place to make friends for those expats in Shanghai.
The specific history, culture and fashion of the location have attracted numerous foreign and domestic high-end business people.
Operated by KWIH's Stanford (Shanghai) Hotel Management, high-end serviced apartment brand Stanford Residences specializes in developing long rent serviced apartments for those foreign and domestic families living in Shanghai. The brand's first project Stanford Residences Jing An is located in the prosperous CBD of Nanjing West Road in Jing'an District. Since its first block was put on the market in March 2015, Stanford Residences Jing An has been taking the lead in Shanghai’s high-end serviced apartment market. Now, its overall occupancy rate has reached 90%.
According to industry experts, high-end business people have higher demands for the quality of life, and higher standards and expectations for the living experience. That's why in the first-tier cities, more and more people choose to live in the high-end serviced apartments. Yet at present, many real estate companies in China begin shifting focus to the rental market, leading to the intense competition among long rent serviced apartments. Despite this, the overall occupancy rate of Stanford Residences Jing An has still reached 90%, which is a good illustration of its high popularity among the customers.
In this context, the launch of the brand's second project, Stanford Residences Xu Hui, has drawn wide attention. Stanford Residences Xu Hui is set in the heart of the former French Quarter, where profound Shanghai culture and graceful European influences meet. A walk through the streets reveals historic mansions and homes of famed politicians, artists, business leaders and celebrities, in addition to centuries-old, cobblestone lanes filled with Shanghai’s most fascinating history. Walking under the swaying shade of Xuhui’s ancient plane trees, individuals are immediately reminded of the romance of Paris, but with a unique Asian essence that only Shanghai’s beauty and wonder can bring forth. Surrounded by the city’s most exciting cultural venues like the Sinan Mansions, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra Hall, and Shanghai Museum of Arts and Crafts, Stanford Residences Xu Hui offers discerning residents a life of sophisticated experiences.
The location also offers a wide range of shopping, dining and entertainment venues, like IAPM, Sun Moon Light Center, brand-name department stores, stylish lounges and pubs—all within walking distance. Those who seek the best in retail and food also have convenient access to Gala 288 Lifestyle center, which makes finding a wide selection of international groceries and delights simple and easy.
Those who live at Stanford Residences Xu Hui have convenient access to main roads, such as Yan’an Elevated Road and North-South Elevated Road, in addition to metro lines 9 and 12. Savvy travelers will find connections to high-speed railway stations and international airports a breeze, whether they are travelling for business or for pleasure. Therefore, after Stanford Residences Jing An, Stanford Residences Xu Hui has developed itself into an ideal long rent serviced apartment for high-end business people in Shanghai.
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