Gamuda Land HCMC appointed CBRE for managing Emerald precinct

09:14 | 26/10/2019
Gamuda Land HCMC JSC has just appointed CBRE as the property management agency for high-end Emerald apartments, a precinct of Celadon City – a township project in Ho Chi Minh City.

Gamuda Land's Emerald consists of six blocks with more than 2,000 apartments, is one of the most luxurious apartments of Celadon City.

Emerald is an outstanding precinct of Celadon City with a large area reserved for green space, and many exclusive facilities, providing residents a full 5-star life style experience at the centre of the city.

gamuda land hcmc appointed cbre for managing emerald precinct
Celadon City is one of the projects that received a warm welcome for its spacious green areas and facilities, invested by Gamuda Land

According to Aw Soon Heng, head of project, construction, and township management at Gamuda Land HCMC, building a town is not only about construction.

“To do it right, we have to think through connectivity, the family gathering and enjoying the most convenient facilities. That’s the joy residents have as a community in Celadon City,” he said.

Chu Thi Minh Ngoc, director, head of property management at CBRE Vietnam, also shared that besides providing standardised services, CBRE will secure the hand-over process and benefits of residents once Emerald is put into operation.

The high-end apartment of Emerald is part of Celadon City, which is developed by Gamuda Land, a property development arm of Gamuda Berhad from Malaysia.

gamuda land hcmc appointed cbre for managing emerald precinct
Gamuda Land HCMC JSC has just appointed CBRE s the property management agency for its high-end Emerald apartments

Throughout its development, Gamuda Land HCMC has always prioritised four principles: perfection in design, full amenities, creating a healthy lifestyle, and safety.

Currently, Emerald is completing and preparing to hand over apartments to residents in the last quarter of 2019.

By Bich Ngoc

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