Residential project in south of Hanoi wins "Best Residential Development" in the capital.
Gamuda Gardens, the prime residential project developed by the 100 per cent foreign-owned Gamuda Land Vietnam, has won the prestigious “Best Residential Development” in Hanoi at the Vietnam Property Awards 2015.
“This award is indeed testament to our team’s hard work for over the last seven years,” said Mr. Cheong Ho Kuan, General Director of Gamuda Land Vietnam. “The achievement also reflects our team’s endless effort in continuing the journey to develop Gamuda Gardens as the Best Residential Development in Hanoi.”
He added that the award also affirms the trust that Gamuda Land Vietnam has received from residents, customers, partners, and the esteemed judges, without which it could not have won the award. “This award will further inspire and drive us forward in the development of integrated lifestyle townships in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City,” he said.
Strategically located in Hoang Mai district, Gamuda Gardens covers 73 ha and is one of the four main components of Gamuda City - a new mega city in the south of Hanoi. Gamuda Gardens, an integrated lifestyle township, provides more than 2,000 high-end units, including villas, semi-detached and terraced houses, and apartments.
The Botanic precinct, comprising 364 units of semi-detached and terraced houses, was completed and handed over to customers in April 2014.
Mr. Terry Blackburn, CEO of Ensign Media, the awards organizer and publisher of Asia’s industry-leading Property Report magazine, said at the ceremony: “What a monumental year to launch Vietnam’s biggest real estate awards. While the market struggled in the last few years, it is now back on track, with local industry players raising the bar to global standards. The Vietnam Property Awards is the most credible platform that recognizes such growth.”
Starting in Thailand in 2005, the Asia Property Awards have since expanded to reward developments, consultants, architects, and designers in China, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam.