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The real estate market was over the year 2015 with the breakthrough in both supply and demand, a series of projects came out, the flowing money into real estate has never been so large like that. A lot of investors sold products with a lot of policies, incentives, PR, advertising, media cover newspapers. The projects delayed for a long time have also been deployed. An Phu Complex is one of the large projects in An Phu – An Khanh, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City. After years of silence, it has “changed the color of the new shirt”, which prepares to restart.
An Phu Complex is the apartment – commerce – service complex in An Phu – An Khanh, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City. An Phu Complex has been established under the cooperation of SCID and Mapletree Finance & Real Estate Investment Group (Singapore). An Phu Complex apartment project in District 2 has been built and developed on the land fund with a total area of 6.9 hectares and total floor area of nearly 350,000sqm.
The An Phu Complex apartment project has been developed focusing on the main functional areas such as high-end business center, service, recreation, high-end commercial apartment, office building and hotel. According to the schedule, An Phu Complex has been deployed in the fourth quarter of 2012 and expected to be completed by 2015, but it has been quiet for more than 3 years. In the end of 2015 and beginning of 2016, when the real estate market is hotter, the An Phu apartment Complex in District 2 is showing signs of rebuilding.
Saigon Co.op Development & Investment Joint Stock Company and Mapletree have cooperated to kick off the VivoCity Trade Center – Service – Entertainment Center in District 7, Ho Chi Minh City with a total investment of up to $100 million.
The Project – Apartment – Commerce – Service – Hotel Complex of An Phu is promising to be the new attractive wind in the real estate market in An Phu – An Khanh area in District 2 in particular and Saigon East area in general.
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