Apartment block at Twin Towers will the third-tallest building in Hanoi, behind Keangnam Landmark and Lotte Center.
The FLC Group kicked off construction of FLC Twin Towers, previously known as Cemaco Tower, last week in Hanoi’s Cau Giay district.
The project comprises twin towers, including a 50-storey residential tower and a 38-storey office tower, with apartments for sale on a total area of 66,484 sq m, office space for lease with a total floor space of 35,960 sq m, and a shopping mall on 25,000 sq m.
With total investment from FLC of VND5.2 trillion ($238.3 million), the project includes other facilities to meet the needs of residents, including an international hospital, schools, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and a green space, among others.
“The number of people obtaining information and expressing a desire to purchase an apartment has reached 1,000, double than the number of apartments on sale,” a representative from FLC said.
The project is expected to be completed and apartments handed over to customers in 2017.
Officially established in 2008, the FLC Group has attracted much attention in recent times after acquiring three real estate projects in Hanoi in 2014 and the early months of 2015, including two in Nam Tu Liem district and one in Ha Dong district.