Singaporean real estate giant agrees to terms with UniHomes and Seareal on sales of new Kris Vue project in HCMC.
Singapore’s CapitaLand and Vietnam’s Khang Dien House Trading and Investment Joint Stock Company have signed an exclusive cooperation agreement with UniHomes and Seareal in Ho Chi Minh City over sales distribution for the Kris Vue project.
According to Ms. Nguyen Thuy Duong Dalia, Manager of Sales and Marketing at CapitaLand Vietnam, this cooperation will continue the success seen in previous projects of CapitaLand Vietnam, such as The Vista, Vista Verde, PARCSpring and Krista, developing the capacity of both the investor and the distributors and bringing best living environment to buyers at Kris Vue.
Kris Vue is the seventh housing project of CapitaLand in Vietnam, designed in the style of hotel apartments for young families. Located in District 2, Ho Chi Minh City, the project inherits the convenience from the developing infrastructure system in the district, such as the Long Thanh - Dau Giay Highway and Thu Thien Urban Area.
Only 128 apartments were designed, in three types - Deluxe, Executive, and Premier.
Kris Vue also integrates the convenience from utilities such as markets, supermarkets, schools, hospitals, and cultural and commercial centers nearby.
The project also gives residents a comfortable life in a luxury Singapore hotel style, with an indoor saltwater pool, sports and yoga clubs, an outdoor fitness area, an entertainment and music room, a BBQ area, a games area for children, and luxury lobby.
A show apartment is expected to be open within the next month.
Vietnam is one of CapitaLand’s key markets in Asia, backed by a well-developed economy, rapid urbanization, and young population. CapitaLand is committed to long-term investment in real estate in the country.
The group now has a presence in five major cities: Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Hai Phong, Da Nang and Binh Duong, investing in residential apartments and serviced apartments. To date it has provided than 7,850 high quality apartments in seven projects in Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi.
by Quynh Nguyen