First China, Pak real estate giant launched at World Expo in Shenzhen

ISLAMABAD: China Pak Golf Estates, the first luxury and gated golf community of Gwadar, has been launched by CPIC at the World Real Estate Expo held in Shenzhen, China.

Chinese and world investors thronged the pavilion of China Pak Golf Estates at Shenzhen’s Expo due to the significance of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and the Gwadar Port.

At the expo, CPIC offered Chinese investors the opportunity to be part of a secure, cohesive and sustainable community and invest with a company that are championing trustworthiness, transparency and international standards into Pakistan’s real estate industry.

CPIC Chief Commercial Officer Mark Savage at the expo told the visiting investors that China Pak Golf Estates, as the first development of its kind, will deliver luxurious living into the expanding city of Gwadar.

He said China Pak Golf Estates is at the heart of Gwadar and will benefit from Chinese investment.  He said the old Silk Road trading route is being modernised and reinvigorated by the Chinese, with $5 trillion worth of investment via the ‘One Belt One Road’ (OBOR) initiative.

Savage said that CPIC’s operations stem from three core values: building trust, being transparent and developing world-class, sustainable communities.

“Our aim is to help Gwadar build its social infrastructure to complement the huge amount of Chinese investment in the area. We are developing multi-cultural, lifestyle communities that are secure and cater to both local and expatriate professionals.”

He said Gwadar is based at the gateway of OBORs flagship project, the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), and is receiving an impressive investment in its infrastructure. A huge expansion is forecasted along the lines of the Chinese city Shenzhen and its vast growth in the 80’s and 90’s.

He said this grand golf community is worth $265 Million which provides a secure and gated and spread across 6.7 million square feet.

“It is tailor-made for both Pakistani and Chinese professionals working in the flourishing port city of Gwadar and provides all of the amenities and facilities needed for a quality lifestyle. It is set to become the most desirable residential and lifestyle address in Gwadar,” he added.

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