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Bridge 8 Creative Industry Cluster

A Bridge Connecting the City’s Past and Future

Contact:Li Qin

Phone:0086-21-60932811

E-mail:Candyl@lifestylecentre.com

Address: 2/F, Building 6, No. 550 Jumen Road, Shanghai

Post Code:200023

Transport: West Jianguo Road, Bus No. 24 or 96; South Shaanxi Road Bus No. 17, 41, 146 or 786; South Chongqing Road Bus No. 36, 869, 986, 786 or 933; No. 1 Bridge Line; No. 8 Tunnel Line. Self drive route: Middle Jian'guo Road is a west-east one-way lane and there is parking lot atthe Bridge 8.


Built in 2003, Bridge 8 is among the first batch of creative industry clusters in Shanghai and a demonstration zone for the energy-saving and cost-reducing renovation of old factories in Shanghai. After more than ten years of development, the complex  of abandoned factory buildings have transformed into a birthplace of creativity in downtown Shanghai.

It used to be home to traditional industrial plants such as Shanghai Automotive Brake System Factory and Shenbei Machinery Factory. While keeping the characteristic symbols of old industrial buildings including brick walls and pipes, it has added modern elements such as glass roofs and simple designs to bring new life to the industrial heritage in urban development and industrial upgrading.

Bridge 8 has attracted many high-end international modern service enterprises with its personalized offices and various services for the creative industry. Its exquisite and fashionable design greatly inspires creators, and numerous indoor and semi-indoor spaces are perfect for thinking, communication and works exhibition. It has become an office park that truly meets creators’ needs. Moreover, Bridge 8 offers supporting services such as brand promotion, resource docking and interpretation of laws and policies for enterprises, as well as convenient community services through WeChat mini programs. Currently, it is home to many top enterprises in the creative industry at home and abroad, such as Grey, a 4A advertising company under WPP, Herman Miller, an office furniture maker ranking among top three worldwide, and Rococo Design, a winner of more than 400 domestic and foreign design awards. It has become a landmark for the creative industry in Shanghai and even the whole country.

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