The southern part of the Wujiaochang Roundabout is regarded as one of Shanghai's top ten commercial centers, ranking among likes of Xujiahui, Huaihai Road, Zhongshan Park, and other such popular locations. Wujiaochang has also been named along with the Xujiahui Commercial Center, Pudong Huamu Residential Center, and Putuo Zhenru Transportation Center as one of Shanghai’s four urban central zones. Offerng a full range of modern high-end services for Shanghai residents, it’s the premier high-end commercial center for northeast Shanghai. By the end of 2010, the southern part of Wujiaochang Roundabout had already reached 750,000 square meters, surpassing Xujiahui in terms of business volume.
(1) Commercial projects
Big commercial projects around Wujiaochang include Shanghai Hopson International Plaza (under construction), the Oriental Building, Wujiaochang NS2 Commercial Plaza (in planning), Suning Electric Appliances Plaza, UBP Festival Walk, Shanghai Wanda Commercial Plaza, and Shanghai Atlantic Store. It is no wonder that Shanghai’s Wujiaochang is the talk of Shanghai’s business town.
Offices are primarily located in the core zone of the southern part of Wujiaochang Roundabout, with five roads extending outward for further expansion, giving Shanghai another up-market CBD.
Handan Road, Xiangyin Road, Huangxing Road, Songhu Road, Siping Road
Wujiaochang Station, Jiangwan Stadium Station, Subway Line 10; Bus 55/102/133/819/991
Housed in Hudong Financial Tower, a landmark at Wujiaochang Roundabout, Shanghai Pacific Department Store offers a total retailing space of 15,000 square meters. Daily cosmetics, clothing, children’s items, fabrics, bags, shoes, clocks, glasses, sporting goods and classy accessories are strewn throughout its five floors.
Housed in this modern facility for leisure-seekers and revelers are cinema, gallery, bookstore, disc bar and free games hall. So, even if you don’t watch a movie, there could still be something for you.
The first floor of this swanky shopping center connects with the sunken Wujiaochang Plaza and the subway line 10. Its 9 floors above the ground and 3 floors underground bring together over 2,000 international and domestic brands in fields of retailing, dining, leisure and sports. Another venue that could empty your wallet.
This stripped-down purveyor of Henan cuisine has a very special and interesting Chinese name which means “Owners’ Shop”. Its interior décor, alongside wooden tables, wooden chairs and red peppers, exudes the gruff charms of the countryside of Henan, a province in the central part of China.