Located on Yanqing Lu, a gently curving French Concession street shaded by
trees lined with stucco and brick Art Deco façades that have changed little
Shanghai’s Jazz Age heyday, Magnolia is just minutes from an array of
restaurants, bars and historic attractions. It’s also within easy walking
two Shanghai Metro stations—Changshu Lu and Jing’An Temple —making it easy,
fast and affordable to reach the most far-flung parts of
the sprawling metropolis.
The streets and lanes around Magnolia are alive with the hum of a city where locals go
about their daily business in tidy brick lane houses and busy street corners just blocks
from gleaming high rises and five-star restaurants in renovated Concession-era villas.
Schoolchildren, trishaw fruit vendors, street hawkers and dumpling stands share
Shanghai’s dynamic urban space with restaurateurs, artists and entrepreneurs from
across China and around the world, creating a cosmopolitan urban experience unlike