Xin Tian Di is an urban street in Shanghai situated at the center of the city. It features Shikumen housing of the old Shanghai and modern architectural structures. It is divided into two blocks, South and North, with the south combining modern architecture with the Shikumen style while the north retains the old Shikumen style. The south block boasts of restaurants, food courts, boutiques, cinemas, fitness centers, ornament shops, just to mention a few. The north block has restaurants offering international cuisines for tourists. In-between the two blocks are the dividing line known as Xingye Lu which is the scene of the first national congress of the Communist Party of China.