Qianjiang New City
Qianjiang New City (Chinese: 钱江新城; pinyin: Qiánjiāng Xīnchéng) is a new area situated in the west bank of Qiantang River in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China. Construction work of this district began in 2007, being a significant part of Hangzhou's resolution of expansion from "West-Lake-centered era" to "Qiantang-River-centered era". It is currently one of two central business districts and the financial district of Hangzhou city.
Iconic architecture in the district includes the golden-egg-structured International Conference Center, moon-shaped Hangzhou Grand Theatre, and the City Balcony and Raffles City shopping mall. Hangzhou municipal government moved from city center to Qianjiang New City in 2016.
Line 1, Line 2 and Line 4 of Hangzhou Metro are currently serving the district. The future Line 7 and Line 9 will be completed by the end of 2021, connecting the district to various other destinations within Hangzhou city.