Megacities all around the globe are being confronted with very real environmental and social issues linked to population growth. Given this dilemma, new urbanism calls for design to fulfill multiple new needs: curb traffic flows, facilitate community living, maximize personal time or sustain local business. Thanks to mixed-use design, residents can have little to no commute to work, are able to walk to street-front businesses for their groceries and pick up their children from in-house day care and schools.
At logon, we recognize the challenges that come with de-zoning areas to allow for multi-use developments to thrive. Since we believe that profitability should walk hand in hand with design, we study commercial trends, human flows and tenants’ & office needs in order to turn the area into a truly thriving retail, residential, office, institutional and entertainment mixed-use complex. Our Vanke Changchun 1948, 800SHOW and Quartier Yongjia projects are some of our latest examples of how mixed-use design is already adding social, economic and environmental value to growing cities.
Our mixed-use design:
• is only brought to life after analyzing the full built urban fabric
• focuses on long-term profitability of the business model
• fosters a meaningful new urban identity and a community cluster
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