Central Park is a great place to live in Beijing. The apartments are not the best but are still great, and there are a lot of good restaurants, gyms, supermarkets very
close. Also, sitting in the sun eating your lunch or dinner (during the summer) is not possible that many other expat communities. When I had to choose where to live
in Beijing a year ago, I had a lot of doubts, but I have not regretted choosing Central Park, and I would definitely choose Central Park again..
We like Central Park very much! It's easy to live, safe for children, all the facilities are around (kinder garten, shopping mall, Jenny Lou's, restaurants, green
space, subway, indoor and outdoor playgrounds) and there is a great mix of culture as many foreigners live here. To sum up, it's like a little village in a big city.
We have lived in Central Park for nearly two years. Great location, spacious apartments, good outdoor space and extremely convenient for shopping, cafes and
restaurants. The whole compound is well designed for kids. Perhaps better for little children than older ones, but we still wouldn't live anywhere else in Beijing.
Very convenient location. Many major firms are close by, China World is close and of course you are in the heart of the CBD. Some great grocery stores and shops are on
the grounds and you will not need to speak Chinese in order to live well. Air conditioning is very weak especially in older Phase I. If you cook in the kitchen you
will find a 3 bedroom apartment will hit 85 easily in June. Some fixtures need to be replace from time to time. But we never regret renting the apartment in Central