Jingan Luxury Homes and villas
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Jingan district is one of the central districts in Shanghai, with inhabitation of 305,766 and area of 7.62 kilometers square. It ranked as one of the most densely populated area in China. Its economic growth and industrial developments are rapidly and continuously increasing. In just three years, the complete stock has escalated for approximately 320%. West Nanjing Road is one of the most prosperous and premier shopping districts. It has attracted thousands of visitors every year.
Jingan property market grows steadily compare to other cities in China. The housing price is around renminbi 60,000 per square meter. Due to a lack of lands, Jingan has mostly built luxury properties and demand has outstripped supply causing pricing to soar in the Jingan real estate market. Jingan suits residents who want to live in a more comfortable and luxurious style. Come and try to taste a piece of Chinese life!
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