KUALA LUMPUR (May 28): ParkCity Hanoi, the award-winning township in Vietnam, has completed and handed over a number of developments such as park homes Nadyne Gardens (177 units) in 2014, and Evelyne Gardens (165 units) in 2017, as well as luxury park homes The Mansions (146 units) in 2020.
ParkCity Group CEO Datuk Joseph Lau says, “Our most recent handovers are the condominium Park Kiara (432 units) and garden villas Le Jardin (57 units) in 2022, which have gained positive reviews and accolades”.
Having received encouraging response for its residential components and facilities, the township will launch a mall next.
Lau shared further details of the upcoming mall. “The Linc will be completed in two phases. The first phase is slated to open in 2Q2024,” he said. The mall will have a total gross floor area of 18,961 sq m, and a net lettable area of 11,425 sq m across three levels upon completion.
Moving forward, the group intends to set benchmarks with ParkCity Hanoi and expand its presence in Vietnam, besides other ongoing developments in KL and East Malaysia, Lau added.
In the same issue, City & Country zooms into S P Setia’s plans to strengthen its presence in Johor, with properties that have a total gross domestic product (GDV) of RM618.76 million this year.
The issue highlights KL’s Jalan Jelatek, with the skyline along the thoroughfare undergoing significant changes since the days of Kampung Warisan development.
Read all about it in the May 29, 2023 issue of The Edge Malaysia weekly.
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