Construction phase closed

Shenzhen World officially completed

Gwen Kaufmann - Friday, November 15, 2019    

Shenzhen World officially completed
© Shenzhen World

Shenzhen World is now complete, with the successful fire bureau inspection on September 25 bringing the construction phase of the project to a successful close. The grand Completion Ceremony, held in Lobby 2 on the morning of September 28, marked the official completion of Shenzhen World, which is now open for business. The new venue will cover five core functions – exhibitions, conventions, entertainment, sports games and F&B – satisfying the specific needs of different large-scale events. Shenzhen World is the largest single-block building ever constructed in Shenzhen, boasting a total of 1.605 million square meters of floor space on 1.21 million square metres of dedicated land and a total of 400,000 square metres of indoor exhibition space. Commercial development over a total of 1,543,000 square metres has been completed in some areas, while roads in the precinct area of Shenzhen World are ready for use following the completion of the Guozhan Interchange. Other municipal buildings and constructions such as commercial areas are also advancing at full speed and hope to create an exhibition-friendly environment for the opening in November.


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