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Shui On Land

Shui On Land Limited
Type Public company
Industry real estate
Founded 2004
Headquarters Shanghai, People's Republic of China
Key people Chairman: Vincent Lo
Parent Shui On Group
Website Shui On Land Limited

Shui On Land Limited (SEHK: 272) is the flagship property company of the Hong Kong-based Shui On Group. It is engaged in developing large-scale city-core development projects and integrated residential development projects in major cities in China, including Shanghai, Wuhan, Chongqing, Hangzhou, Dalian and Foshan. The company is headquartered in Shanghai and its chairman is Vincent Lo.[1][2]

Shanghai's Xintiandi was developed by Shui On Land as "the first large-scale city-core redevelopment project by Shui On Land." [3]

Shui On Land was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2006.[4]

See also


  1. ^ Company Background of Shui On Group
  2. ^ Summary of Shui On Land
  3. ^ Shui On Land - Shanghai Xintiandi
  4. ^ Shui On Land Forms the First Strategic Partnership on Municipal Level to Advance Tourism Development in Dali

External links

  • Shui On Land Limited
  • Dalian Tiandi Be ware of automatic music playing!
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