VinaLiving brings tailored living to Vietnam real estate market

8 Mar
VNREVinaLiving is Vietnam’s first lifestyle and tailored-living brand, bringing unique, integrated residential communities to customers across a range of market segments.

From the highest level of luxury report villas set amongst the dunes of the Danang Beach Resort, to affordable, quality townhouses in suburban settings like My Gia Township, VinaLiving is creating the types of community long sought after by Vietnamese families from all walks of life.

VinaLiving projects, developed by VinaCapital, benefit from prime locations and contemporary designs that perfectly balance natural environments with modem amenities. VinaLiving believes it customers want more than a house – they want a lifestyle and a community that reflects their values and aspirations. From young family ‘starter homes’ to fully serviced luxury villas, Vinaliving products are within reach of almost all professional Vietnamese who have the desire to own an international standard home.

VinaLiving has launched developments in Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang and Danang that have met with great initial success. The market has already recognized the world-class build quality, innovative designs and superior locations of VinaLiving offerings. VinaLiving is backed by VinaCapital, the leading name among financial services and real estate groups in Vietnam.

VinaLiving projects now available include:

Danang Beach resort – The Ocean Villas, The Cham Condominium, Norman Estates Villas and The Dune Residences.

Danang Beach Resort is Vietnam’s first truly integrated luxury resort development, located on the beach voted one of the six most beautiful beached in the world by Forbes magazine. The Resort incorporates The Ocean Villas, The Cham Condominium, Norman Estates and the Dune Residences, and is equipped with premier facilities that include an 18-hole golf course designed by golf legend Greg Norman and recently rated as 1 of the top 15 new courses in the world by 2010 (Courses and Travel, 2010). Most of the Ocean Villas have sold, with the Cham sales now underway and the Dunes Residences and Norman Estates to launch in early 2011.

Azura Apartments, World Trade Center Danang

Azura is the first residential component of World Trade Center Danang, The project features 225 condominiums, over 32 levels, ranging from one to four bedroom in configuration. Construction is well advanced and sales are underway.

The Garland, Ho Chi Minh City

The Garland is a boutique residential project located in District 9, an emerging business and commercial area of Ho Chi Minh City. The development features 53 detached and semi-detached villas within a gated community. The Garland exemplifies a modern, contemporary lifestyle in the heart of an urban city. The villa sales launched in January 2010 with 4 villas remaining for sale.

Dai Phuoc Lotus towship, Dong Nai Province

Dai Phuoc Lotus is a landmark resort-style urban development project covering 200 hectares on an island in a section of the Saigon River. The island township is strategically located between Ho Chi Minh City and the future Long Thanh International Airport. Offering a luxurious and contemporary lifestyle and surrounded by lush greenery, the development combines the best in ecological planning, creative design and modern living comforts, Phase I comprises 332 semi-detached and detached villas from 2 to 5 bedrooms in configuration, with sales underway and over 35% sold to date; an impressive number given the fact that the project will not be officially launched unit April 2010.

With VinaLiving and its projects, we can believe in a brighter future. VinaLiving will be continuingly building the products that create better lifestyles and living environment for Vietnamese people.

For further information, please contact

Add: 17th Foor, Sun Wah Tower, 115 Nguyen Hue
District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Tel: 84.8.3821 9930 – Fax: 84.8.3821 9932

One Response to “VinaLiving brings tailored living to Vietnam real estate market”

  1. Anonymous June 27, 2011 at 10:20 pm #

    Great post!

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