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"We see all these exciting young entrepreneurs starting up companies in the IT, internet sectors. They are the new tenants coming in not just renting a little space but renting a lot of space - floors and floors," Zhang told CNBC on the sidelines of a JP Morgan conference in Beijing on Tuesday.
"We continue to see that it's Beijing and Shanghai that drive the whole growth in commercial real estate. The start-up companies...are not going to tier three, four cities. They stay in the big cities, especially in Beijing (which) is emerging as an internet center. "
The location of major universities in Beijing and a rash of foreign-educated Chinese returnees stationed in Beijing are keeping the tech sector fresh, she added.
While the Chinese property giant is cautious on buying property due to a lack of clarity on the macroeconomic outlook, Zhang is betting on its Soho 3Q shared office space sector that was launched last February.
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