The Hang Seng Bank Tower is located in the Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone, the central financial and trade district in Shanghai. It is on a scale unmatched by most office buildings with 46 floors above ground and four basement floors. The Hang Seng Bank Tower offers a business environment featuring top-level functionality and intelligent office facilities, creating a highly focused business environment that can meet the needs of the international business scene.
Each floor has 1,500m2 of column-free space, and a ceiling height of 2.7m and free access raised flooring 10cm high, both of which boast top class for an office building, creating an office space with a sense of openness.
- Retail Facilities
The Hang Seng Bank Tower supports a wide range of business situations. There are cafeterias, a bookshop, a convenience store, a clinic, a post office, and an airline ticket counter on the lower floors, and on the top floor there are restaurants available for lunch and dinner.
Conference Facilities and Event Spaces
- Conference Facilities and Event Spaces
The Hang Seng Bank Tower contains three rentable meeting rooms, with a capacity of 102 persons (big), 30 persons (medium), and 10 persons (small). They can be used for all kinds of meetings, lectures, and seminars.
Access by Train
- Eight minute walk from Lujiazui Station on the Subway Line No.2
Access from the Airport
- 42km from Shanghai Pudong International Airport
- About 45 minutes by car, and about 30 minutes by Maglev train and subway
- 18km from Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport
- About 40 minutes by car, and about 50 minutes by subway
|Overview of Plan|
|Location||1000 Lujiazui Ring Rd., Pudong New Area, Shanghai|
|Size of site||10,423m2|
|Uses||Offices, shops, etc.|
|Construction completed||April 1998|
|Overview of Building|
|Building name||Hang Seng Bank Tower|
|Total floor area||116,824m2|
|Floors||Above ground: 46 / Basement levels: 4|
|Structure||RC, SRC, partially S|
|Design||Fujita-Obayashi Design Joint Venture, overall design: Fujita Corporation, East China Architectural Design & Research Institute|