Gryphon Canada, an art-focused real estate developer hailing from Vancouver, announced its launch in Vietnam on June 22, expanding its existing footprint from Vancouver, Taichung, Hong Kong, Beijing, and Shanghai.
Zach Herbers, executive director of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce Vietnam said, “2023 is a special year, marking 50 years of diplomatic relations between Canada and Vietnam. We know that both countries are committed to developing even stronger ties over the next 50 years, and that work has already begun. This means the further development of opportunities for bilateral investment and trade, creating stronger connections and avenues for mutual success.”
|Gryphon Canada aims to create tailored residential and commercial developments that go far beyond walls and windows |
Gryphon Canada creates elevated experiences that are tailored to buyers' needs. It focuses on elegant offices and luxurious homes in prestigious locations, with lifestyle amenities and enhancements designed to surround owners and occupants with comfort, calm, and community.
|“Vietnam has witnessed a growing population with amplified purchasing power, which has made a significant contribution to the value-added economy,” commented Ken Chu, regional director of Gryphon Canada. |
“Vancouver has been emphasised as British Columbia’s economic engine, the world’s leading education hub, and a prominent choice for global corporations looking for office expansion in North America. By introducing Marco Polo offices in the heart of Vancouver’s new central business district, we strongly believe in cooperation and partnership opportunities between multi-sector businesses from British Columbia and Vietnam,” Herbers said.
With extravagant amenities, 5-star services, and an environment designed to enhance health and wellness, the 11-floor Marco Polo brings harmony and connects seamlessly to contribute to a truly balanced life for landlords, tenants, and employees.
Offering over 200 freehold office units, designated childcare, underground parking, and community areas within a stone’s throw from Langara Skytrain Station, Marco Polo is expected to become the best of the traditional office and co-working workspaces with a modern style.
Considering the development history of noteworthy trading hubs such as Thu Duc city and Thu Thiem New Urban Area, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore, urban regeneration planning not only contributes to improving the quality of community living, but also brings great motivation for the development of residential and commercial markets in the region.
“Through the multidimensional upgrades in Vancouver’s Cambie Corridor master planning, we hope to create a convenient work-life circle for Marco Polo office space's global owners, businesses, and employees,” Chu said.
With a rich legacy of creating inspired living experiences, Jinray, the parent company of Gryphon Developments Canada, has laid a global foundation for design, luxury, and craftsmanship. Now, in Vancouver, the Jinray story continues. Under the leadership of Jason Hsu, a second generation of the Jinray family, the passion for the art of development fuels the creative spirit and drives a continued passion for excellence.
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