Choose between one- to three bedroom layouts all modern kitchen designs. The three buildings together offer 629 suites for lease – 268 units in each of the Grand Gateway 66 garden towers and 93 units in the serviced apartments.
Rodrigo Aliaga and Pamela Emaldia moved to Shanghai eight months from Chile. Relocating here for Rodrigo’s work as a pilot for a Chinese airline, Pamela is still finding her place in Shanghai professionally as a psychologist. Since they have plans to stay in Shanghai for eight years, the two of them are trying to make the most of their new home.
Their admiration for each others is undeniable as they tell the story of how they met in Brazil on a flight they were both working on at the time. One thing led to another, and here they are married and living in China years later.
As the charismatic couple recounts their time so far in Shanghai, Rodrigo explains, “We are happy here so far. Things have actually turned out the way we expected. There were slight complications because we were moving from one side of the planet to the other – and that’s huge.”
They have found their new home on the 29th floor of Grand Gateway 66, the largest serviced apartment development in Shanghai. Right next to the Grand Gateway Plaza in Xujiahui, residents have the opportunity to shop and dine on their doorstep. Pamela and Rodrigo like it not just because of its good location, but also for the fact that it’s quieter and less busy than other areas of the city.
As Pamela speaks in Spanish, Rodrigo translates, “We chose this complex because we loved the apartment as soon as we stepped in. Right away I said I wanted it.” They like hat it seemed more Westernized when compared to other complexes. The residence also allowed them to bring in some of their own furniture and home decor items, even things like their mattresses and bedding.