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CBRE to manage FLC Twin Tower

Released at: 15:07, 16/10/2017

CBRE to manage FLC Twin Tower

Photo: CBRE Vietnam

Real estate consultant assigned manager of mixed-use development in Hanoi's Cau Giay district.

by Ngoc Lan

CBRE Vietnam has been officially selected by FLC Land and the FLC Group as the property manager for the FLC Twin Tower project.

Located at 265 Cau Giay Street in Hanoi’s Cau Giay district, FLC Twin Towers occupies a prime location nearby a station on Metro Line No. 2a which will provide seamless access to the rest of the city once the urban railway line opens.

The mixed-use complex sits on 163,188 sq with two towers - a 50-story residential tower and a 38-story office tower - and a five-floor retail podium. It’s expected to go into full operations in June 2018.

Ms. Dang Phuong Hang, Managing Director of CBRE Vietnam, said it is honored to be chosen to help launch operations at FLC Twin Towers. “We believe that, by applying careful asset management that combines our operational and leasing skills, we can make a more positive impact that will help FLC Twin Towers become a highly desirable address for office occupiers seeking a convenient workspace, retail tenants who target the community segment, and the transport retail segment (from the urban railway line), as well as residents looking for a pleasant environment with modern facilities in the growing center of Cau Giay,” she said. “We are committed to providing a great service to all users of the project, to support their businesses, families, and customers so they can take full advantage of the project’s location.”

CBRE Vietnam was also recently selected by the Gelex Group to manage its Gelex Tower project. Located at 52 Le Dai Hanh in Hanoi’s Hai Ba Trung district, Gelex Tower has 22 floors of office space. It was completed in late 2013 and has enjoyed high occupancy rates since.

With easy access to nearby shopping and leisure facilities as well as the city, Gelex Tower provides tenants with a pleasant environment for their office.

CBRE Vietnam previously signed an agreement with the Urban Infrastructure Development Investment Corporation (UDIC Thang Long) to manage its commercial and condominium project, Sun Square, on the corner of Le Duc Tho and Nguyen Hoang in the My Dinh area in the capital.

Sun Square features two 17-story office blocks, two 34-story residential towers, and a two-story podium that will boast well-known brands such as Highlands Coffee, ApaxEnglish, O’leary Restaurant, BIDV, Vinmart, and Dingtea.

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