La Casta: Western charm in the Western gate of Hanoi

Korean-backed Hibrand Vietnam has just launched the La Casta residential project in Hanoi.

La Casta: Western charm in the Western gate of Hanoi
La Casta's vista, complete with the clocktower, will be unparalleled throughout Hanoi

Located at Van Phu Urban Development Area in Hadong district, La Casta is developed on a 6.5-hectare land plot consisting of semi-detached houses, shophouses, and high-end apartment buildings. The project will be finished by the second quarter of 2018.

Designed with a new mixture of the classic style combined with modern architectural elements, La Casta will be a modern and unique living complex, a landmark in the west of Hanoi.

The complex consists of 160 low rise semi-detached houses from 71 to 176 square metres each and 199 shophouses. Located at the centre of Van Phu Urban Development Area, these 199 shophouses will be ideal for trading purposes. These units will have two street fronts, providing convenient access for the public. However, the shophouses still reserve private space for the owners with a separate space between living and trading quarters. The project is centred with a clock tower, to set it apart form from other projects in the area.

La Casta: Western charm in the Western gate of Hanoi
Semi-detached residential units and shophouses, with the glamour of Western architecture

La Casta inherited a rich transport and infrastructure system. The project is connected with Hanoi city centre by the city’s main arteries, such as Le Trong Tan, To Huu, and Lang–Hoa Lac Expressway as well as provide convenient access to Ring Road No. 4. Besides, Bus Rapid Transit No. 01 linking Kim Ma Street to Van Phu Urban Development Area will also make the project more convenient.

Especially the two elevated railway stations Van Khe and La Khe located near the project will make La Casta one of the most conveniently placed projects in Hanoi.

Moreover, it is the only project in Hadong district that boasts a one-hectare park in a western design. In addition, a sport park of more than 50 hectares will be set up next to the project site in the future, bringing about great benefit to the whole region in general and the project in particular.

 

By Bich Ngoc