2019-04
励骏庞都广场年底开幕  Another Legend in the Making

澳门励骏创建有限公司经常为不断变化的市场开发创新产品。它在横琴的最新项目——励骏庞都广场就是典型案例。 距离莲 …

励骏庞都广场年底开幕 Another Legend in the Making 2019 Year

澳门励骏创建有限公司经常为不断变化的市场开发创新产品。它在横琴的最新项目——励骏庞都广场就是典型案例。
距离莲花桥对面的路氹金光大道仅一步之遥,励骏庞都广场矗立在横琴中央商业区内,周围环绕着尚未完工的摩天大楼。励盈投资董事长、励骏创建有限公司联席主席周锦辉宣布,这个集零售、娱乐、餐饮等元素的项目,将于今年第四季度开放。
励骏庞都广场由澳门建筑师马若龙设计,参考17世纪葡萄牙曼奴式风格,并融入澳门特色,面积达14.2万平方米,紧邻广珠城轨延长横琴站,城轨将于年底全面通车,预计每年将接待数千万名乘客。

据介绍,该项目约六成用作粤港澳大湾区及葡语系国家的长期展销中心,三成予澳门中小企参与,支持本地文创、青创、餐饮业发展。项目投资逾11亿港元。励盈投资董事总经理陈美仪表示,希望借此计划,让大湾区市民及国际旅客接触葡语系国家文化,加强中葡经贸关系,发挥本澳中葡平台优势,促进澳门融入粤港澳大湾区发展及本澳“一中心、一平台”发展定位。
励骏庞都广场将设置9+2特色商品长期展销中心,以具连贯性的方法及现化系管理方法提供一站式服务,并可透过视像的沟通方式和客商对接,遥距管理商品的销售模式,为区内产能过剩的城巿提供更多渠道与国际接轨;此外项目将集中葡语系、拉丁语系的商品,加强葡语系、拉丁语系国家与中国内地的经贸关
系。
励骏庞都广场获得特区政府支持,项目将向经横琴口岸的出入境旅客提供旅游资讯和亮点;同时,将项目打造成为商务旅游热点,为经横琴出入境900万人次的旅客,以及预计约1000万人次到区内渡假区游玩的旅游团体,提供商务旅游服务,并与横琴现有的观光旅游元素形成互补。

励骏庞都广场对于中小企和创业青年进入横琴提供最大的便利,项目位处横琴口岸正对面,为关口配套的一部份,加上未来莲花口岸与横琴口岸合一,实行一地两检的便利措施,在单牌车、24小时通关的优势下,为有意开拓内地巿场的中小企和创业青年提供最便捷的营运试点和更实质的创业机会。为“澳门品牌
”、“澳门制造”的商品延伸至大湾区提供渠道。

 

Macau’s Legend Development Ltd has often created innovative products for evolving markets at just the right time. Its latest project in Hengqin, a stone’s throw from Cotai across the Lotus Bridge, is another such example.
The Legend Ponto Square stands out amid an enormous construction zone in Hengqin, with its Portuguese facade appearing like a European beacon in a forest of green nets wrapped around unfinished skyscrapers. Due to open in Q4 this year, the building’s structure has been finished for some time already, while its developers have been waiting for the neighborhood to go up around it.

The site could not be better. Next door to the Hengqin Railway Station, which is due to open at the end of the year, the Legend Ponto Square will open its doors right in the commercial heart of Hengqin, across the road from a station that is expected to handle tens of millions of passengers a year once it is fully operational.
The project, indeed, was built with far-sighted vision. Focusing on the “Belt and Road” initiative, and following Macau’s “One Center, One Platform” for Portuguese-speaking countries, the Legend Ponto Square is a development whose time has come now that Macau’s mission of integrating into the Greater Bay Area has been unveiled.
The project will not, as many observers have long suspected, carry any kind of hotel or resort services. It will dedicate most of its space, in fact, to hosting long-term exhibitions and sales centers for featured products from the “9+2” cities of the Greater Bay Area that want to engage with Portuguese-speaking countries. Providing one-stop support services, the centre will provide a crucial platform for facilitating this interaction.
This interaction will not be limited to Portuguese-speaking countries, of course. Through video- conference links, companies in the Greater Bay Area will be encouraged to use the Legend Ponto Square as a base for “going global”.
With the support of the Macau government, the project is also aiming to provide tourism and other vital information to passengers passing through the nearby Hengqin Port. This will work both ways: for those heading to resorts in Macau, and to resorts in Hengqin and the rest of the region.

Legend Ponto Square is, in fact, part of a network of supporting facilities for the port. It will play a key role to help small and medium enterprises and young entrepreneurs to enter Hengqin. Moreover, given the future integration of Macau’s Lotus Checkpoint into the Hengqin Port, which will involve co-location of immigration and customs facilities, as well as the advantages of single vehicle plate number and 24-hour customs clearance, the area is set to boom. It is safely assumed that the project will benefit from its location in providing a convenient pilot area for businesses wanting to explore new opportunities in Hengqin and the wider mainland market. “Made in Macau” products and services will find here an effective partner as they reach into the Greater Bay Area.
Designed by famous Macau architect Carlos Marreiros, Ponto draws its inspirations from the 17th century Portuguese Manueline style, incorporating Macanese characteristics. Covering an area of  142,000 square meters, the project consists of a six-storey main building and two three-storey “gourmet” buildings, with a tunnel on the ground floor leading directly to the Hengqin Port and Railway complex. The tunnel will be finished in August, although the station is not expected to open until the end of the year.

According to a press release from the company, about 60% of the project, with a total investment of more than HK$1.1 billion, will be used as a long-term exhibition and sales center for the Greater Bay Area and Portuguese-speaking countries, while 30% will be dedicated to Macau SMEs in support of the development of local cultural and creative, youth venture and catering industries.
The company’s CEO, Melinda Chan Meiyi, expressed her hope that, “This project will enable citizens in the Greater Bay Area and international tourists alike to access the culture of Portuguese-speaking countries, help strengthen economic and trade relations between China and these countries, give full play to Macau as a platform between China and Portuguese-speaking countries, and promote Macau’s integration into the Greater Bay Area and its development orientation towards “One Center, One Platform”.

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