The Sankei Building Co., Ltd, via its Vietnam-based subsidiary, Visaho Joint Stock Company, has been appointed to provide property management services for Capital Place – Hanoi’s first international grade A modern office development.
In this role, The Sankei Building will be providing a range of services that include operations management, occupier engagement, facilities management, sustainability and environmental management for the development.
Capital Place will offer a sprawling 100,000 square metres (sqm) of net leasable area across two 37-storey office towers with designs built to international standards when it is open in third quarter of 2020. Located in Lieu Giai street, Ba Dinh district, Capital Place will offer tenants unrivalled, spectacular views of Hanoi’s skyline.
With great values from design to synchronous infrastructure, Capital Place won four important awards in many categories at the Vietnam Property Awards 2019, including Best Office Development, Best Office Architectural Design, Best Universal Design Development and Best Green Development (Highly Commended). Moreover, the development excellently claimed the award of Best Office Development in Asia at the prestigious PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final 2019.
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