Phu My Hung Development Co-operation has launched its second housing project of this year, Urban Hill in its Phu My Hung City Centre, and will go on sale next month.
Co-working spaces creating a vibe
Co-working spaces starting to pop up around Hanoi and HCMC wherever location permits. It was 6pm on April 13th on the second floor of Indochina Plaza Hanoi and dozens of people were taking photos at the opening of naked Hub, a space for Vietnamese culture, brilliantly lit by color and light. Most were surprised by the design before realizing it’s a co-working space. Asia’s premium co-working brand naked Hub opened its first center in Vietnam on a gross floor area (GFA) of 2,244 sq m, 33 per cent of which is public space. Facilities include a living room/bar, a lounge, meeting booths, phone booths, a pantry, meeting rooms, nap booths, and showers.
Co-living to be new residential trend in Vietnam?
Apart from co-working spaces which have already taken root in Vietnam, the market is now expected to receive the co-living trend—a new trend of sharing living space. According to a real estate company, co-living is a new trend in the world, where people share their modern living space. This type is expected to approach the Vietnamese market in the next several years, when co-working spaces are more developed.
In Saigon East, Thanh My Loi emerged as a 'hotspot' to attract real estate businesses from beginning of 2018 thanks to the information that the bridge connecting Mai Chi Tho avenue to Diamond Island is expected to open in May; My Thuy intersection will be opened on April 30 and Cat Lai bridge connecting District 2 to Nhon Trach.