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International Property Award triumph for VinaLiving in Kuala Lumpur

Thursday, May 28, 2015, 09:10 GMT+7
International Property Award triumph for VinaLiving in Kuala Lumpur

Advertorial -- VinaLiving were the recipients of three major award wins at the International Property Awards 2015 / 16  (Asia Pacific region) for development excellence on May 9th, 2015, one of the region's most valued industry awards.

Acknowledging excellence in construction, design and innovation, the annual awards recognise industry professionals who plan and construct quality new developments.

This is the thirteenth time that VinaLiving has been recognised at this prestigious event since taking out its first awards from 2011.

"These international awards affirm VinaCapital as a globally recognized real estate development firm and help to verify the superior standard of quality and expertise we put forth in each project we are involved in. We believe our approach of offering buyers a product that meets international standards at a competitive price, under one master brand, sets VinaCapital apart from its competitors not only in Vietnam, but also across the Asian Pacific region," said David Blackhall, VinaCapital Real Estate's Managing Director.

VinaCapital was recognised across the three categories it entered which included ‘Best Golf development’ in Vietnam (Danang Beach Resort), ‘Best Villa development’ in Vietnam (Dai Phuoc Lotus) and ‘Best Development marketing’ for VinaLiving. All three will now compete at the Regional Awards due to be held in London in early December 2015.


The continuing success of the Danang Beach Resort, Dai Phuoc Lotus and the VinaLiving brand are further underlined by the tremendous success with the recent launch of The Point which has seen over 80% sold out since it was initially launched to the market in Q4 2014.

"This bodes well for VinaLiving moving forward into 2016. We will continue to deliver international standard residential communities to a growing Vietnamese market base. We are now preparing for a waterfront townhouse and villa estate project launch in Q3 / 2015 in the Saigon South locality of Ho Chi Minh City. The estate will offer 381 architecturally designed homes on a 12.9 hectare waterfront parcel with a selection of 3 and 4 bedroom homes, the market's best recreational facilities for use by all home owners, beautifully landscaped streets and a substantial waterfront community park reserve available to all residents," says Matthew Koziora, VinaCapital's Director of Transactions.

"We have learned from our previous awarded projects including The Ocean Villas in Danang, on how to maximise a site's natural features to deliver a new master-planned residential community that will be attractive to the local market. We have already started site infrastructure works and now mobilising contractors to start construction of a 4-home show village with the project's 1st (of 2) resident's club houses that will offer a range of recreational activities including swimming pools, gym, cinema room, kids room and activity's area together with a minimart and other food and beverage areas." Prices will start from VND4.9 billion including VAT.

Tuoi Tre News


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