Vingroup to build tallest building in Viet Nam
(Oct 24, 2014)
Vingroup is planning to construct the tallest building in Viet Nam that
will serve as a landmark along Sai Gon River in HCM City, a company
representative revealed in October
The people's committee here has granted licences to four projects worth more than VND4 trillion (US$190 million).
The capital city people's committee has approved urban development plans for a 77ha area in the southwest.
A number of high-end apartments here have been converted into medium-end
apartments and offered at lower prices to attract more customers and
reduce large inventories, experts said.
Real estate investor Vingroup in District 2 will invest in a megamall in
HCM City that will be part of the luxury Masteri Thao Nien project.
Property developer Vingroup launched a new Vincom Centre on Sunday in Ha Long city in the northern province of Quang Ninh.
A new apartment project named Vinhomes Nguyen Chi Thanh - Ha Noi was
launched by the Vingroup real estate firm in Ha Noi on October 21.
The Asian Coast Development (Canada) Ltd (ACDL) announced the
inauguration of The Bluffs, its new 18-hole golf course, at the Grand Ho
Tram Strip resort on October 19.
Viet Nam is considering changing the amended Housing Law, which is now
under discussion, to make it easier for foreigners and Vietnamese
expatriates to buy houses in the country.
Savills Viet Nam and VinaLiving, VinaCapital's real estate brand, will
launch The Point golf villas in Da Nang on October 23.
Tax debts in the property sector here in the first nine months of 2014
reached VND4 trillion (US$190.4 million), figures from the city taxation