Meet a friend in the morning for a freshly squeezed juice or organic Yunnan coffee… drop the kids off at the children's activity center while you shop in the organic food market… join some more friends for lunch — Korean today, or Malaysian? Mediterranean? Japanese? A fresh in-season special?... pick up the kids and visit a rooftop garden — the plum trees are in blossom!... head down to the barbecue pavilion for a casual cookout with family and friends… and when the day's over, walk ten meters to the door that leads to your loft apartment… Jiashan Market. You're home.
At Jiashan Market, the old Shanghai tradition of gathering with friends, family and neighbors in a vibrant open marketplace to mingle, dine, shop and linger meets the new Shanghai's aspirations to make city living greener, more sustainable and healthier.
At its root lies the vision of Brearley Architects Urbanists (BAU). Long-time advocates of creating mixed-use spaces that smoothly integrate the commercial, residential and recreational, BAU views a healthy urban community terms of natural systems.
It's all about creating an environment that sustains healthy lifestyles, and pursuing lifestyles that help sustain the environment.
Jiashan Market realizes that vision in a reclaimed and renovated light industrial space with loft residences, studios and offices… restaurants, a café and a classic cocktail bar… boutique shops and services… all surrounding an open-air courtyard with a barbecue pavilion and topped off by community rooftop gardens.
Finally, as a community space, Jiashan Market hosts the Shanghai Eco Fair, creates a fun space for play and learning at the Jiashan Market Kids' Club, hosts community outdoor films and events, and books out the courtyard Jiashan Barbecue Pavilion for cookouts and private events.