The city government asked the Department of Planning and Investment to proceed the pre-feasibility study report of metro line no.5 with the total investment capital estimated at $1.66 billion.
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.
Supply of ready-built factories and warehouses in southern Vietnam will increase by 28 percent this year to 2.7 million square meters.
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Some 77 percent of the massive anti-flooding project in the city has been completed, Director of Trungnam Group Nguyen Tam Tien told city leaders on weekend.
Chinese investors have used various ruses to acquire prime land in Vietnam, implicating both economic development and national security, the Ministry of National Defense says.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s biggest metropolis, faces an increasing risk of flood disasters given rapid infrastructure expansion driven by economic growth, according to McKinsey Global Institute.
Vietnam’s industrial real estate will benefit as foreign investors move production out of China after the Covid-19 pandemic, industry insiders say.
The government of Ho Chi Minh City is seeking prime minister’s approval to the metro line numbered 3A linking the city’s downtown Ben Thanh and Tan Kien in Binh Chanh district.
The city government has decided to establish the steering board on building the highly interactive innovation district in the eastern part of the city covering Districts 2, 9 and Thu Duc.
Eight hundred of Vietnam’s 1,000 real estate trading floors have closed after demand slumped due to the coronavirus pandemic.
When the real estate legal challenges have not finished, property developers get a harder hit from coronavirus outbreaks.
Vingroup has restructured a startup venture into an industrial real estate investment unit, identifying it as a new growth pillar.
The government of Bac Ninh is seeking approval to build a $5.4 billion mega-city to promote ecological tourism, resort, entertainment, and residential areas on 1,700 hectares of land in Tien Du district.
Real estate developers in Vietnam is allowed to build apartments with the minimum area of 25m2, according to Ministry of Construction's decision that will take effect on July 1.
Real estate developer Novaland has asked the Ministry of Construction for help in resuming work on a stalled 32-hectare project in Saigon.