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Dubai's Emaar to develop project at China's Beijing Daxing Int'l Airport

Emaar and Beijing New Aeropolis Holdings will develop a business and tourism complex within the Chinese airport

An aerial view of the Beijing Daxing International Airport.
An aerial view of the Beijing Daxing International Airport.

Dubai-based real estate developer Emaar, during a ceremony held at China National International Convention Centre, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with China's Beijing New Aeropolis Holdings (BNA) to jointly develop a business and tourism complex within the Aero-Economic Area of Beijing Daxing International Airport.

The complex integrates the functions of retail, entertainment, office hotel, hospitality, convention, sport, art, and lifestyle.

Emaar and BNA will work closely to drive diversified collaboration and accelerate the share of resources to boost the establishment of the area.

Established in 2012, BNA Holdings focuses on Community Public Facility, and expansion of reach to business operation and final investment services in its pursuit of the 'One Core Two Wings' business model.

As part of the Beijing Daxing International Airport’s Aero-Economic Area, BNA put forward six planning strategies, focused on accessibility excellence interconnecting aviation and railway; cultural excellent expressing Chinese experiences; interaction excellence embracing the whole world; innovation excellence in aero-economy; brand excellence with outstanding imagery; and lifestyle excellence through ecological intelligence.

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