The 10-year-delayed metro line that runs through six districts in Ho Chi Minh City has proved faster progress, following the recent handover of a land plot from Tan Binh district.
Ho Chi Minh City plans to stop construction of high-rise apartments in downtown and focus instead on building such residential complexes along the first metro route in the city.
International Finance Corporation is subscribing to a $75-million bond issuance by Phu My Hung Development Corporation to help the company sustain its property development operations amid pandemic, the credit institution said.
Ho Chi Minh City townhouses are going for a highest ever average price of $5,277 per square meter in Q2, up 36 percent year-on-year.
- Frasers Property to handover first luxury apartment project in Vietnam 1
- Real estate developer Nam Long achieves a new stature despite pandemic 2
- Masterise Homes starts construction on the world’s largest Marriott branded residences 3
- Korean bank proposes investment study for Metro Line No. 5 4
- Vietnam's property prices expected to rise 10 percent in 2021 5
- Ho Chi Minh City to limit skyscrapers in inner districts 6
AZ Property Group plans to sign an agreement with Vietnamese real estate developer Novaland in distributing products in NovaWorld Ho Tram’s Wonderland precinct.
The Infrastructure Investment JSC, known as CII, is doing study for a 14-kilometer elevated road that links Tan Binh and Binh Chanh District, the company said in a statement.
To reduce unsold inventory and boost tourism infrastructure investment, the Construction Ministry has proposed that foreign investors are allowed to own hospitality property.
Construction of the Can Gio Bridge, connecting Ho Chi Minh City's outlying namesake district with the city's center, will start in 2022.
A 13-year delayed sea reclamation tourist resort project in Ho Chi Minh City’s Can Gio district led by Vietnam’s largest private conglomerate has got government’s approval for 4.7 times expansion.
Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee was urged to hand over premises to complete anti-flooding projects so that these projects will be put into operation by October.
The Hanoi Department of Construction has listed 22 commercial housing projects, some complete and some under construction, where foreigners can own homes.
Authorities in Da Nang plans to invite a bid this year for the rights to use a land plot where a $2 billion condo, finance, and casino complex will be built.
The government of Ho Chi Minh City plans to build an additional 650 hectares public parks in the next 10 years, offering at least one square metre of public parks per resident
City's leader urged the Department of Planning and Architecture to complete a draft action plan for the project's construction and send reports to the municipal People’s Committee.
Japanese building product distributor JUTEC Holdings Corporation is seeking to team up with a Vietnamese firm to establish a housing services joint venture in Vietnam.
The Ho Chi Minh City’s Department of Home Affairs submitted a plan to the city government on the merger of three districts and 19 wards in the eastern area of the city.