National Aquatics Center
Location:Olympic Park (View the map)
Function：Swimming, Diving and Synchronized Swimming
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The National Aquatic Center (Water Cube), as one of iconic building of the Beijing Olympic Games, is located in the Olympic park, and occupies a floor area of 80,000 square meters. It broke ground and began earthworks on Dec. 24th, 2003 and completed in January, 2008 by the Beijing State-Owned Assets Management Co., Ltd.
In August 2007, Beijing National Aquatic Center Co., Ltd was registered and established, mainly responsible for the construction, management and operation of the NAC as a wholly-owned subsidiary of the BSAM.
After the Olympic Games, the NAC undertakes main water sports (like the Paralympic Games, World Swimming Championship and Diving Championships), various regular games, also serves as a multifunctional international fashion center integrating swimming, sports, fitness and leisure, thus providing a good place for citizens.
The NAC, as one of main venues for the Beijing Olympic Games, has state-of-art facilities and
reputation, 500,000 resident consumption groups, and convenient transportation. With professional company with rich experience in competition venues operation, special projects and adjacent large-scale cultural and sports facilities, the NAC will boast for apparently competitive advantages.