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Olympia 66 Scores a Double Win at 2017 International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Asia-Pacific Shopping Center Awards 100
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    Olympia 66, Hang Lung's 8th commercial project on the Mainland, received two grand awards, namely the Gold Award and the Sustainable Design Award for Design and Development – New Development, at the 2017 International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Asia-Pacific Shopping Center Awards. These honors are eloquent testimony to the Company's achievements in building sustainable, world-class commercial properties.


    Centrally situated on Wusi Lu, one of the most prominent commercial thoroughfares in Dalian, Olympia 66 boasts a unique architectural style, with its grand curving geometric design reflecting the concept of the auspicious Chinese Tai Chi twin dancing carps. With a retail sales area of more than 220,000 square meters, Olympia 66 is the largest shopping mall that the Company has built to date.


    Prior to the ICSC awards, Olympia 66 has clinched the Best International Retail Architecture 2011 award at the International Property Awards 2011, the Best Retail Architecture in Asia Pacific and the Five-star Best Retail Architecture in China titles at the 2011 Asia Pacific Property Awards under the International Property Awards program. It has also received the Bronze Award for Best Chinese Futura Projects at the MIPIM Asia Awards 2011, a Top Honor in Retail Projects – Future category for Emerging Markets at the 2013 Cityscape Awards, and the Certificate under Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) for Core and Shell Development – Gold Level from the U.S. Green Building Council in 2016.


    The 2017 ICSC Asia-Pacific Shopping Center Awards competition recognizes the best shopping centers in the region for their outstanding achievements in marketing, design and development, and retail. For more details, please visit the ICSC's website at www.icsc.org.


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