In 1994, CapitaLand – one of Asia’s largest real estate groups headquartered in Singapore – joined the first foreign investment wave in the Vietnamese market. This was a major turning point for CapitaLand, as Vietnam was achieving remarkable successes with the transition from a centrally planned to a market economy.
Nearly three decades later, CapitaLand is one of the pioneering developers that obtained fruitful results. Until present, Vietnam is listed as a key market in CapitaLand’s investment portfolio of over 30 countries, with assets including two integrated developments, over 12,000 quality homes across 16 residential developments, one retail mall, and over 9,800 lodging units in more than 35 properties nationwide.
In the last three decades, CapitaLand has received many prestigious local and international awards, including the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final and the PropertyGuru Vietnam Property Awards.
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