New vantage point in Beijing’s CBD area
New high-end condo, Beaufort, a sure draw in business hub
Issue: Feb 2010
Beaufort overlooking the CBD area in Beijing
Riding the favourable property market wave in Beijing, China, CapitaLand has launched a brand-new, high-end residential project. Beaufort is a 1,027-unit complex comprising high-rise as well as low-rise buildings. A total of 389 units were offered at the end of January 2010 with the possibility of a second launch in the middle of the year.
“Our strategy is to progressively time the release of residential projects for sale according to market conditions,” said CapitaLand China Holdings CEO, Mr Jason Leow.
He added that the China market continues to be a vital and vibrant one.
Positioned for Convenience
Beaufort is strategically located in the golden section of the capital’s Central Business District (CBD), the centre for commerce, entertainment and fine living. Flanked by the city’s most important buildings – government offices both local and international, banks, financial institutions, international offices, shopping malls stocked with luxury brands - it is poised to be the area’s newest landmark.
Beaufort’s rise to prominence is particularly timely given the fact that the 10-year old CBD is set for an expansion eastward that is likely to double the four square kilometre cluster by 2017. Developed primarily for the finance, media and business industries, the expansion is intended to fortify Beijing CBD’s position as a leading international business hub in China.
Secluded, modern living amidst the bustle of the CBD
And at the heart of it all is Beaufort. The China World Trade Centre is only 2 kilometres away, the foreign investor circle just 3 kilometres away and the Yansa business district a mere 5 kilometres away. The development is also within walking distance to one of Asia’s largest city parks, Beijing Chaoyang Park, international schools like the Eton International School, HuaTang shopping complex, a Japanese-owned mall and a number of hospitals.
With a labyrinth of transport systems firmly in place, shopping districts and entertainment enclaves as well as offices in the CBD are all within convenient reach. Residents of Beaufort are sure to benefit from the infrastructure of this urban ecosystem.
A Dream Home of Your Own Making
An open-concept design contributes to the light and airy feel of the rooms
Buyers have several designs to choose from when it comes to the apartments for sale. There are studio apartments, one-room, two-room, three-room and four-room units all pre-furnished and perfect for owners to create their own individual niche. Buyers can renovate each unit to capture a different style of living. The units range from 56 – 167 square metres in size and all kitchens come equipped with natural
A Village within the City
The development boasts a 1,500-square-metre clubhouse complete with a 25-metre swimming pool and a fitness centre. Plans are afoot for a café, children’s music centre, supermarket and recreation centre so residents will enjoy the convenience of a retail village within the city. Underground carparks ensure that residents’ vehicles are safe from the elements.
The uncluttered structure of the rooms allow for a variety of configurations
Priced at about 25,000 to 30,000 RMB (S$5,100 – S$6,200) per square metre, depending on whether the units are North-South facing or East-West facing, Beaufort is expected to be well-received given the rising demand for well-located residences.
“In the residential sector, market sentiments have been improving and industry-wide residential sales have been increasing,” said Beaufort
1 Balizhuang Dongli, Chaoyang District, Beijing
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