HAGL Myanmar rewarded and highly commend in Myanmar Property Award 2016

July 4, 2016

The largest and modern mixed-use development by Vietnamese Developer Hoang Anh Gia Lai Myanmar Company Limited is awarded and highly commended for each component of properties by Myanmar Property Award 2016. The four key developments featured, Myanmar Centre Tower, Myanmar Plaza, The Lake Suite Residences and Melia Yangon Hotel were nominated and judged among 22 developers, and Myanmar Plaza won the award of the Best Retail Development and the three others are highly commended. Due to the represent of modern Myanmar located in the strategic point of Yangon, the mixed-use Myanmar Centre caters to the strong demand for contemporary residential, office, retail and hospitality properties in the region’s most vibrant emerging market. The effort it made to fulfil the need of demand by local people bear fruits in its very first year. Also it becomes the ideal choice for local and international people to live, work and shop at one place.

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“The award is our milestone for bringing the cosmopolitan experience here in Myanmar and we do move forward every success for Myanmar property development “, said Mr. Cao Duy Thinh, the Managing Director of HAGL Myanmar. We are proud to achieve this kind of award and will try to develop potential real estate market in Myanmar as a part of country progress, he added.

Myanmar Property Award 2016 organized by Property Guru, the Asia’s leading online property group is the region’s biggest and most respected real estate awards program in Asia. As it aims to promote Asia real estate industry, it rewards developments, consultants, architects, designers in Singapore, Malaysia, Philippine, China, Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia and Vietnam. It started in 2005 in Thailand and expanded and held annual award giving ceremony to boost awareness and highlight top quality developers, projects and services. A total of 22 developers were shortlisted while 17 awards were given, and HAGL Myanmar Centre was awarded and highly commended in this second annual year.