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Following the 2016 G20 summit - the first ever to be hosted in China - Hangzhou is awarded the right to host the 2022 Asian Games (XIX Asiad). The Asian Games Village site is located along the east coast of Hangzhou Qiantang River, close to the Qianjiang Century City CBD. The masterplan covers 2.96km2, which is 3km away from the Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center (Asian Games main stadium area).
The Athlete Village will accommodate all involved with the Asian Games; from performing athletes, to referees and media personnel. The future aim is to incorporate the village into Hangzhou’s Central Business District – and will do this by making place for businesses and trade. The forward-thinking village will accommodate 60,000 inhabitants, and will encourage a fully sustainable and environmentally-friendly standard of living for society.
The total land-area of planning is 3.26km2, of which 2.41km2 will be dedicated to the construction of the Asian Games Village. A controlled green-belt along the Zhegang Railway will comprise 0.55km2, and the Qiantang Riverside Park area will comprise 0.3km2. The planning area is in close proximity to the main stadium for the Asian Games.