|Some customers are planning to live in Mizuki Park rather than let out because of the quality |
Up to now, more than 2,000 products from Mizuki Park, located in Binh Chanh district of Ho Chi Minh City have been delivered to customers, making this urban area an ideal home for more than 6,000 residents.
Flora Mizuki MP9-MP10 (MPX) was established in October 2021. Since then, Nam Long and its two Japanese partners, Hankyu Hanshin Properties and Nishi Nippon Railroad, worked closely with the general contractor Newtecons to complete the project in time as committed to customers.
MPX consists of two blocks designed under Nam Long Group’s condominium standards. The key feature is its privacy and isolation, which are maximised with only seven apartments arranged on a floor and a total of 83 apartments for a block.
It has a prime location with one side adjacent to the busy commercial axis while the other side looks at the green interior space.
These two blocks also own a full range of modern facilities inside the building, such as a swimming pool, gym, indoor and outdoor children’s playground, and family party area.
At the same time, residents can easily access the commercial and service area, Marina Square, the 8,700 square metre Event Park, as well as inherit the entire ecosystem of the integrated township Mizuki Park within just a few steps.
Receiving the apartment on the first day of handing over, customer Tran Thi Thu Thuy was impressed with the spacious layout of the 71-sq.m apartment.
“My husband and I were both surprised because the actual apartment design was much more spacious and airy than expected. In particular, both two bedrooms have windows looking over the outside and receive natural light. From here, I can look over the spacious landscape of the whole urban area and a part of the city centre. We decided to move here to live instead of letting our apartment for rent as we originally planned,” said Thuy.
For Phan Thi Anh Thu, another customer, a suitable environment for children was the main reason for her choosing to live in MPX.
“My husband and I moved to Mizuki Park to prepare to welcome our first child. The living environment here is very fresh, quiet, and green. All of those are extremely suitable for families with small children,” Thu said.
With the handover on schedule, Nam Long Group is reaffirming its prestige and ability to execute projects in time despite investors and projects being seriously impacted by the constrained cash flow currently in the market.
Earlier this year, more than 400 apartments of the complex were also finished on schedule. After only six months of handing over, more than 70 per cent of the apartments were occupied.
Besides MPX, Nam Long Group continues to focus on completing two component projects in parallel, the Flora Panorama and The Mizuki, which are expected to be handed over in the second half of the year.
Continuing development is also ongoing in other key integrated urban areas of Nam Long Group, such as the 355-hectare Waterpoint, the 170-ha Izumi City, Akari City, and affordable apartments such as EHome Southgate.
At the same time, to stimulate market demand and fit with real home buyers, Nam Long Group has been continuously implementing various sales policies to support high-interest rates to the customers.
For more information Website: https://mizuki.vn/, Hotline: 0902 000 895
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