CBRE Vietnam and domestic developer Khang Dien have just signed a management agreement for a new portfolio of villa projects in the fast-growing District 9 of Ho Chi Minh City.
The portfolio includes Mega Village, Mega Ruby, Mega Sapphire, Mega Residence, and the Lucasta villas -a total number of 720 townhouses and 230 villas.
According to Nguyen Duc Trong, associate director of Khang Dien, each sub-project features a peaceful, green community with outdoor landscaping and facilities that suit the tropical villa lifestyle (such as a pool, clubhouse, gym), and convenient retail options on-site.
“Khang Dien is trusted by our customers due to our track record of delivering quality projects on schedule,” Trong said.
In each project, he added, the developer did not only focus on building a house but also on creating a real community to satisfy customers’ demands.
“Therefore, beside training professional teams to deliver the best services to our customers, we have selected CBRE based on strict quality criteria and our experience of smooth cooperation with them on previous projects/occassions. We believe that CBRE is the best choice for our portfolio in District 9 and are looking forward to cooperating with CBRE to build a peaceful and happy environment for our valued residents,” Trong said.
Marc Townsend, managing director of CBRE Vietnam said that he believed in the Khang Dien’s strategic view supported by its golden rule.
“Khang Dien has been playing an organic role in dynamically improving the infrastructural system of District 9. We believe that with the momentum of “Speak real and act real” and the good legal status of our projects, Khang Dien’s products will attract customers,” Townsend said.
District 9 has received the most government investment in transportation infrastructure, to enable projects such as the Ho Chi Minh City – Long Thanh – Dau Giay high way system, which is visibly progressing every day.
This infrastructure will benefit residents by cutting down on their commutes, but will also help to increase the products’ price, making the Khang Dien projects wise long-term investments.