Above the hubbub and noise of a thriving urban centre, New Chinatown’s roof terraces are an oasis of serenity and quiet beauty. From here residents can enjoy panoramic vistas over Liverpool’s historic waterfront and its epic architectural backdrops. Above the stresses of everyday life – a place to chill-out, connect or simply dream.
New #Chinatown is a distinctively Chinese urban quarter in terms of design, character and spirit. The #design philosophy has been influenced both by modern Chinese #architecture, traditional Chinese design philosophy and the ancient art form of zhezhi. Underpinning the whole masterplan is the idea and motif of the awakening dragon – a powerful symbol of China’s resurgence and status as a new global power.
New Chinatown will become a must-see attraction in a city that is already one of the UK’s most popular visitor destinations. Residents and visitors can choose from an array of outstanding international restaurants, and, of course, the very finest Chinese cuisine in one of the world’s great Chinatowns.
This Chinese-backed development has only just got under way, yet is already being heavily marketed in Hong Kong. Liverpool’s mayor says the project will create much-need jobs – but what else will it bring to the city?