Shining Zone Investment Ltd (SZI) provides Miss Zhang with a leading asset management service covering all aspects of estate and property management across her global portfolio. We specialise in commercial and residential properties and maintain several super-prime properties.
SZI is involved in the entire acquisition process from strategy, identification, due-diligence, financing, legal and closing. We have completed several significant deals and added landmark buildings and trophy assets to Miss Zhang’s portfolio.
Development & Refurbishment
In keeping with the high value assets held, SZI strives for excellence in the standard of the build quality and fit out of our projects. This is achieved by intelligent planning and development practice. Our expert in-house team collaborate with leading external consultants to deliver high quality developments.
We have several projects being simultaneously progressed. Below we have highlighted some of our projects.
Lancaster Gate is located within the Bayswater neighbourhood, the western extremities of Westminster Council. The area is bounded by Paddington Mainline Station to the north, Edgware Road/Sussex Gardens to the east, Hyde Park to the south and Queensway to the west. The two buildings are part of what was an outstanding mid-19th c. Urban design and residential development in London, structured around a wide street. The width of street, of front basement areas, the width and quality of pavements, the solidity and design of the area railings, and of the square with its elegant neo gothic church, with an unusually tall and slender stone spire, complemented the status of the facades and originally lent comparable high quality to the public spaces in which the building were set. No.10-11 Lancaster Gate were built as part of larger development of Victorian luxurious terraced houses which consisted of twenty one residences. They were originally built as Victorian first class town mansions by builder and developer John Kelk in 1862.
Soho is an area of Central London forming part of the City of Westminster and part of the West End of London. Since the 1980s the area had undergone considerable redevelopment and is now renowned as a fashionable district comprising upmarket restaurants and media offices. The area benefits from excellent transport communications encircled by Oxford Street to the north, Charing Cross Road to the east, Shaftesbury Avenue to the south and Regent Street to the west. The nearest London Underground stations are found at Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus, Tottenham Court Road, Leicester Square and Covent Garden This building is a Grade II listed. It comprises a basement level plus four storeys terraced building built in 1704 and it is located in the Soho Area. The property is one of the few remaining 18th century building remaining in the street and therefore historically significant. The building is currently used as office space but originally built for residential usage.