50,000 Sq. M.
Gross Floor Area
328,204 Sq. M.
161,034 Sq. M.
97,367 Sq. M.
New Beijing Landmark
Largest urban complex of East 2nd Ring Road
SOHO China’s Galaxy SOHO is a large development comprising a compelling mix of office and retail space. With a total gross floor area of 328,204 square meters, the development is located on a 50,000 square meters lot in central Beijing. The gracefully merging dynamic form of the architectural complex creates a fluid and continuous internal space while establishing a striking and monumental presence along Beijing’s East 2nd Ring Road.
SOHO China is honored to entrust the leading design firm, Pritzker Prize winning Zaha Hadid Architects, to lend their design concept to this development. The Laureate Pritzker Prize has been considered the "Nobel Prize" of architecture. Zaha Hadid was the first female recipient of this prize since its establishment 26 years before. Full of imagination and surrealism, this unique design concept makes Galaxy SOHO a new architectural landmark in Beijing on par with the Bird's Nest National Stadium and the CCTV Tower. Zaha’s master pieces in China include: Guangzhou Opera House, Galaxy SOHO and SOHO Peaks in Beijing, Sky SOHO in Shanghai.
Various types of office units are available, mainly ranging from 100 - 300 square meter units to satisfy varying customer needs.
Each building benefits from natural lighting provided by the oval atrium corridor. The prominent difference between Galaxy SOHO and traditional architecture is the form of the path to the office that creates a relaxing and natural work environment.
Top floor units have both indoor and outdoor areas allowing for the enjoyment of both the internal and external landscape, unique views of the East 2nd Ring Road architectural cityscape landscape’s large regional office buildings and the "galaxy" panorama can be enjoyed.
The defining features of the project maximize attraction for business operations.
Unit layouts are reasonable providing maximum satisfaction the hospitality and presentation preferences of independent shop owners.
The four towers have skybridges at the third floor level connecting interiors and accommodating convenient access to shops and restaurants in different towers for visitors and tenants.
No. 7A Xiao Pai Fang Hutong
Dongcheng District, Beijing