By  on February 6, 2008

SHANGHAI — For all the talk of Shanghai's growing middle class, fairly few retail or entertainment venues are dedicated to catering to their particular tastes and price points.

Lisa Qi, general manager of Shang-High Street Loft, a new complex aiming to fill that gap, said: "Shanghai has undergone 15 years of fast development, and the consumers have all been very busy for these 15 years, so they are looking for a space to take a break. There is a growing tide in China in favor of the traditional concept of a 'slow life,' and we create an environment for that."

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