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Current and potential commercial areas around Xiamen Metro lines

Updated: 24 Feb 2015
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A map of Xiamen Metro Line 1, 2, 3 (Click to enlarge)
    
The construction of Xiamen Metro Line 1 was launched on December 27th last year, which shed light on the development of the metro line business circles in Xiamen. As a core distribution centers for passengers, the metro creates big business opportunities along its lines. 
 
And famous and potential business circles along Xiamen Metro Line 1 and 2 were revealed as follows: 
    
Metro Line 1: Xiamen Zhongshan Road commercial area, Lianban and SM commercial areas 
 
The Zhenhai Road stop (镇海站)and Zhongshan Park stop (中山公园站)of Xiamen Metro Line 1 are very near to Xiamen Zhongshan Road commercial area, and the Lianban stop (莲坂站) and City Plaza stop (城市广场站) are adjacent to two other commercial areas. 
    
 
Metro Line 2:
Wanda and Caitang commercial areas
 
The metro line 2 will have 32 stops and the Financial Center stop (金融中心站) is near to Wanda Plaza commercial area and the Caitang stop (蔡塘站) is near to the Caitang commercial area, both of the two areas are currently emerging business circles in Xiamen. 
    
Two potential commercial areas along Xiamen Metro Line 1 and 2: 
      
MixC Shopping Mall Xiamen, which is under construction on Hubin Nan Road, will be built as a large comprehensive urban complex for an international hotel and recreational brands. It is near to the Hubin Dong Road stop (湖滨东路站) of Metro Line 1 and the Hubin Zhong Road (湖滨中路站) stop of Metro Line 2. 
 
The first cornerstone of IOI Palm City, a project sponsored by the IOI Group, one of the world's 500 largest companies, was officially laid in Jimei District in 2013. 
 
Located at the crossing of Jimei Avenue and Xinglinwan Road, the complex will cover an area of 1.25 million square meters. It is near to the Jimei Avenue stop (集美大道站) of Xiamen Metro Line 2. 
   
SOURCE: WOX Team
  
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