Beijing Financial Street

Beijing Financial Street is China’s new Wall Street. This vibrant mixed-use district prioritizes place-making and offers a diverse family of buildings and spaces. Covered an area of 1.18 sq km, Beijing Financial Street is a functional district, many major financial organizations, national enterprise headquarters and governmental offices, Beijing Financial Street is the center of high-end industries in Beijing as well as China
Beijing Financial Street or BFS is a 35 block area which offers a collaborative environment for foreign and domestic financial institutions and Chinese regulatory agencies. It is part of the city's strategic plan to position Beijing as a domestic center for business and finance. Located inside Beijing's innermost 2nd Ring Road, the area is gaining prominence as an internationally influential business and financial district.
Today’s Beijing Financial Street
Aiming to build up a national financial administrative center, Beijing Financial Street had been built to serve as this role.
As the top financial functional district in China, after a 12-year development, Beijing Financial Street has become one of the prosperous districts in China. The central bank and all three national regulatory commissions of the central government are located here. They are People's Bank of China (PBOC), China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC), China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), and China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC).
Over 1000 financial institutions reside inside the district including People's Bank of China, The People's Insurance Company of China, Commercial and Industrial Bank of China, China Construction Bank, Communication Bank of China, China Securities Regulatory Commission, China Banking Regulatory Commission, and CITIC Industrial Bank. In addition, many foreign investment conglomerates; such as UBS, Royal Bank of Canada, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, and Bank of America. Along with its powerful commercial allure its location and offerings make Beijing Finance Street a coveted location for tourists and residents. The area provides luxury residential units, five-star hotel accommodations (including American brands, like Westin), a wide-range of upscale retail and cultural amenities and a vibrant community atmosphere.
Beijing Finance Street is being developed by Beijing Street Holding Company, Ltd. The architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; along with SWA landscape architects prepared the urban plan, landscape and the building design guidelines for Finance Street's Central Park District currently in construction with build-out scheduled for 2008. The building facilities are designed around interior courtyards, a design concept which typifies the ancient Hutong neighborhoods surrounding the Forbidden City.
Rirz-Carlton Hotel in Beijing Financial Street
The Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Financial Street hotel is an ideal choice for both business and leisure travelers with an array of luxurious amenities to make your visit more enjoyable. The sparkling, modern glass and chrome exterior never fails to impress, while the interior of our downtown Beijing hotel exudes elegance and warm hospitality.

Located at the intersection of Taipingqiao and Jinchengfangdong, this luxurious hotel in downtown Beijing features:
  • 253 well-appointed guest rooms and suites
  • Three exceptional restaurants serving Chinese, Italian and all-day dining favorites
  • The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Fitness & Salon offering a variety of beauty treatments and rejuvenating therapies
  • An expansive health club with fitness center, heated indoor lap pool with Jacuzzi beds, steam and sauna rooms
  • A hair and nail salon
  • A multitude of meeting space
  • Convenient access to world-class shopping, cultural opportunities and entertainment