Serviced Office Space Dong Cheng
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Our ref: # 17634
Ideally situated for business in Beijing’s Central Business District, this business centre comprises offices to let in China, in a premium location. This beautiful, modern building combine...
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Our ref: # 13976
A high-end business centre set within a new landmark building of cutting edge eco design, combining the stylish façade with a neutrally decorated interior, and bespoke furnishings, to create...
The Dong Cheng District of Beijing is an urban district that is one of the four central (inner-city) districts of Beijing. The Dongcheng District incorporates several important sections of Beijing, including Wangfujing and Dongdan, as well as the Beijing Railway Station, the Eastern Chang’an Avenue and the north eastern stretch of the second Ring Road.
Dong Cheng District is set aside as the productive services and cultural originality sectors of the city. The industries are information services, finance services, and business services. Companied in the area include Commercial Bank of China – Banking, and China Mobile Limited – Communications. There are many options for office space in Dong Cheng.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Chaoyangmen area is located in the Dongcheng District and there are many popular historic and tourist sights in this area including the Forbidden City, Yong He Gong Lamasery, Temple of Confucius, Tian’anmen Square, the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong, Zhongshan Park, the National Museum of China, Temple of Earth and the National Art Museum of China. Chinese dining options in the area include Dadong Duck Restaurant which offers a popular Beijing duck item on the menu. Reservations are suggested with this upscale restaurant.
The Beijing Capital International Airport and Beijing Nanyuan Airport both offer domestic and international flights serving Beijing, China. Subway line 2 (loop line) runs along the north and east edges of the Dong Cheng District. Line 1 bisects the district from east to west, and Line 5 from north to south.