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|Hongkong Land marked the 20th anniversary of 63 Ly Thai To retail and office block|
Leading members of the business community, senior government officials and diplomats attended a ceremony held to commemorate the occasion in Hanoi, Vietnam.
“Hongkong Land early on recognised the potential of Vietnam and the capitol Hanoi, dating back to the beginning of the 1990s. We are proud to have played a role in developing commercial space of the highest international standards in the city,” said Robert Wong, chief executive of Hongkong Land. “The success of 63 Ly Thai To over two decades reflects the close co-operation we have cultivated with our partners and tenants.”
Completed in March 1998, 63 Ly Thai To is owned 74 per cent by Hongkong Land, with Chan Hung Polimex Limited under the arm of The Vietnam Father Land Front, and Manolis & Company Asia Limited, as joint venture partners.
The Grade A retail and office development offers 8,000 sq. m. of premium accommodation over eight floors and also has a basement car park. It is one of the first buildings in Vietnam to have column-free floors and under-floor cable trunking, with international standards of construction, facilities and management.
Situated at a major intersection on Ly Thai To Street, 63 Ly Thai To is in a prime location in the centre of Hanoi, close to the Hanoi Opera House, government offices, and the international hotels. It has consistently achieved a more than 95 per cent occupancy rate since opening.
63 Ly Thai To was Hongkong Land’s second property development in central Hanoi, following the Central Building, a seven-floor Grade A office tower offering some 4,000 square metre of space, which opened in 1995.
In more recent years, Hongkong Land has been active in the development of residential property in Ho Chi Minh City. Hongkong Land completed and handed over its first luxury high-rise residential development named The Nassim this year. It is currently involved in two luxury high-rise residential development that will bring new standards of international living to District 1 and the Thu Thiem New Urban Area.