From a hotel in a hole to China’s tallest tower, Shimao heir apparent ditches cookie cutter for landmark buildings

//From a hotel in a hole to China’s tallest tower, Shimao heir apparent ditches cookie cutter for landmark buildings

From a hotel in a hole to China’s tallest tower, Shimao heir apparent ditches cookie cutter for landmark buildings

Jason Hui Sai-tan, the 41-year-old president of Chinese developer Shimao Property Holdings, wants to turn the oft-used aphorism in China’s real estate industry on its head, as he looks forward to building the country’s tallest building, fresh from helping his father build China’s deepest hotel.“Land is flour, and we would like to make exquisite cake instead of cookie-cutter bread,” says Hui, who has set his sights on a 700-metre office tower in Shenzhen following the launch of the 18-storey…

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