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Gamuda Land Vietnam - Transformation and Development

Released at: 11:45, 28/05/2018

Gamuda Land Vietnam -  Transformation and Development

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A decade has passed since Gamuda Land arrived in Hanoi to build its Gamuda City project, a new city located at the southern gateway of the capital. From a wasteland with pollution and development delays, the face of Hoang Mai district has now changed thanks to the determination and effort of the real estate investor from Malaysia.

The first step was the renovation of Yen So Park, part of an overall project from the Vietnamese Government to develop Hanoi, which is now a green, cultural destination with a community spirit. Since re-opening, Yen So Park has welcomed thousands of visitors, bringing new life to the southern reaches of Hanoi. Nestled beside Yen So Park, Gamuda’s bustling shopping and retail center LePARC boasts smart master planning, modern architecture, and the convergence of cuisine and culture and is a key commercial area in southern Hanoi.

At the same time, understanding local residents’ concerns about drainage systems and habitat, Gamuda Land Vietnam built Yen So wastewater treatment plant with a capacity of processing 200,000 cu m of wastewater day and night. Since 2013, the plant has cleaned up environmental pollution in the Set River and Kim Nguu River, while bringing a green environment to the population of Hoang Mai district.

Following the construction of the Gamuda City project, construction of Gamuda Gardens was officially kicked off on August 8, 2012. As a place to live and work for thousands of residents, with facilities ranging from swimming pools, tennis courts, restaurants, and conference rooms to hospitals, schools and green spaces covering more than 50 per cent of the area, Gamuda Gardens deserves the title of “Best Township in Hanoi”.

Phase I of the project, known as the Botanic Precinct, includes 364 semi-detached and small terraced houses and is an important milestone that marked the birth of the classy urban area. More than 80 per cent of residents have moved into the precinct, forming a close and modern community.

Over the years, Gamuda Gardens has developed new and diverse products such as small villas, semi-detached, small terraced houses and apartment buildings. The ONE Residence was officially launched at the end of 2014, the first apartment building from Gamuda Land Vietnam in Hanoi. With a convenient location overlooking the Red River and the Singapore International School and surrounded by a busy commercial area, The ONE Residence received a positive response from customers. It was handed over in the fourth quarter of 2016, welcoming more than 600 residents.

Gamuda Gardens’ second apartment project, The TWO Residence, was launched in June 2016, providing customers with a comfortable living space. Hundreds of sales contracts were signed at the opening ceremony and more than 50 per cent of apartments found owners at the time. 

To meet the expectations of many customers for a green, dynamic and comfortable life, The TWO Residence’s foundation was quickly completed in June 2016 and the developer is urgently working to keep pace with a handover to residents in 2018.

Honored to receive the Vietnam Real Estate Award 2015 for best township in Hanoi and the prestigious Malaysian Landscape Architecture Awards 2015, Gamuda Gardens is determined to adhere to the core values of Gamuda Land. In the future, Gamuda Gardens residents will also benefit from high-end facilities such as road and main entrance development, Blossoms @ Gamuda Gardens, and Little Maple kindergartens, etc.

For more information, please contact 0902 178 088 or visit www.gamudacity.com.vn.

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