New generation office brand to open by year's end

China Xintiandi, a subsidiary of Shui On Land, said the first batch of INNO projects will initially open in Nanjing and Shanghai during the second half of this year.

China Xintiandi, a subsidiary of Shui On Land, said the first batch of INNO projects, its newest generation office brand, will initially open in Nanjing and Shanghai during the second half of this year.

Located in New Jiangwan City of northeastern Yangpu District, INNO KIC, an over 40,000-square-meter development consisting of both office and retail spaces, is scheduled be unveiled by the end of 2018.

"Our newest office brand INNO, initiated earlier this year, mainly comprises six modules that cater to clients of various sizes with different demands," said Allan Zhang, executive director of Shui On Land and China Xintiandi. 

"The INNO projects are positioned to provide office space solutions for both individual and corporate tenants with a distinguished focus on business social."

The six modules are namely INNO office, which provides traditional office space, INNO Social, which combines meeting and recreational activity services, INNO Work, which offers decorated office space for small and medium-sized companies, INNO Studio, which provides one-stop service for startup firms, as well as INNO Live and INNO Space, which offer apartments and maker spaces, respectively.

Located in downtown Nanjing, neighbouring Jiangsu Province, the over 15,000-square-meter INNO Zhujiang Lu is set to open as early as next month, the company said.

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