As Night Descends, Set Alight the Brightest Star on Earth
An International CBD and Industrial Cluster
“Xinzhuang Alternative City Center” has been a focus in the industrial strategy of New Taipei City Government. Important commercial infrastructure projects have been launched to boost the synergy between “traditional, financial and hi-tech industries”, attracting companies to establish their headquarters here.
With the completion of major infrastructure works, shopping centers and other facilities, Xinzhuang is poised to become the heart of the new international industrial cluster in Northern Taiwan.
Regal Hermitic Lifestyle
Six Pillars of High Life
A national-level urban land consolidation zone more significant than the Xinban Special Zone redeveloped by the local government
Home to $240 billion worth of national infrastructure projects and $10 billion+ in private investment
A privileged hub: transportation, policy, industry, culture, leisure, and green energy
Located on the A-shaped industry belt and well-connected via the highway network to the airport, seaport, and major industrial parks in Northern Taiwan, Xinzhuang has become a transportation hub of Northern Taiwan. Multinationals have come to establish their headquarters, and property prices are on a steady climb.
With 3 MRT lines including Taoyuan Airport, Circular, and Xinzhuang Lines, plus 3 National Freeways and 3 Expressways, the area’s strategic importance is evident. The “3 Loops & 6 Lines PLUS” MRT project is currently underway and is expected to be completed by 2030.
In-town check-in service is available at MRT A3 New Taipei Industrial Park Station, which is only 25 minutes from Taoyuan International Airport. Like in Hong Kong, Tokyo and Kuala Lumpur, in-town check-in service is a symbol of a city’s elite status.
Occupying a sprawling area of 7,931sqm right along New Taipei Boulevard and overlooking the lake view of Vision Park, the future value of LANDMARK 95 is expected to soar.
In the vicinity are Honhui Plaza—the largest department store in New Taipei City, Hyatt International Hotel, and Zepp Music Hall—a Sony-owned concert hall with sound quality superior to Taipei Arena and a sought-after stop on any performer’s Asia tour.
Boasting 50% greenery coverage, the area is home to 50,000sqm of verdant open space, including Vision Park, Wenzidi Wetland Park, Changping Park, Ecology Park, and Taiwan Art Zone.