Residential apartment complex of the year opens sales


By Ngan Ha,22/05/2017


[Vietnam Investment Review] Located in a prime location on Le Van Luong Street, Thanh Xuan district, the high-end apartment complex was identified as a worthy living complex of the year.

40 per cent of the complex’s land area was reserved for construction, with the remainder housing ample green space and public areas. Its utilities and services harmonise people and nature. It has a four-season swimming pool, a large community space, a nursery school, an outdoor playground, and other facilities, such as a coffee shop, a gym, a supermarket, and a shopping centre.

The project is developed by a consortium including Song Da-Viet Duc JSC, Construction and Industrial Equipment Corporation, and Construction Materials Trading JSC.

Also at the ceremony, Nguyen Van Bay, chairman of Song Da-Viet Duc management board, said that the project has all resources ready to for deployment and will apply modern technologies, such as 3D panels from Germany.

The investors expect to hand over the project to customers in 2018. Homebuyers can enjoy preferential 80-per-cent loans for purchasing apartments from reputable banks, such as BIDV and Vietinbank, among others.

At reasonable prices starting from only VND24.5 million ($1,078) per square metre and superior advantages in infrastructure and facilities, Viet Duc complex is a perfect choice for families.

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