Discover the hottest project in Ho Chi Minh City

| 10 Dec 2018

De La Sol's second phase will launch this weekend

With the foreign quota of Phase 1 selling out within days, De La Sol Phase 2 - Cello Tower, a luxury condominium in HCMC by the prestigious developer CapitaLand will also be launching to fanfare.

De La Sol, with the luxury and privacy it offers, is conveniently situated in the bustling locality of HCMC's historic District 4 Riverfront, with proximity to the city's central business district (District 1), situated at a 5-minute drive away. One can easily access Districts 1, 2, 5 and 7 and their many tourist attractions and nightlife venues as well as offices, conference halls, schools and shopping centers.

De La Sol's Cello Tower is a 204-unit condominium standing at 21-storeys high and offering 2-bedroom units with the highest standards.

With its dynamic theme of music, residents can enjoy its active facilities and Instagram-worthy surroundings including a magnificent 50-metre pool, sky theatre, co-working space, cinema room, games room, car park, and security services, creating the perfect experience for residents to immerse in a young and vibrant lifestyle.

HCMC's growing attraction

As Vietnam's largest city, it has captured the hearts of many international investors with its promising economic figures, and attracted US$6.6 Billion in FDI in 2017 and US$15.1 Billion January through October 2018, surging over 100% from 2017.

The city is on its way to become a smart city, tackling the typical challenges of a big city with infrastructure developments such as the metro (MRT) systems, Thu Thiem development and CBD expansion into District 4. HCMC is now a favorite long-term investment hotspot in the emerging market for its expected high economic growth and development prospect.

Reports from the World Bank affirmed that the forecast of Vietnam's GDP growth shall reach the target of 6.5-6.7% in 2019. Future development plans in Vietnam are likely to accelerate its thriving economy.

Construction on its biggest airport - the Long Thanh International Airport shall commence in 2020 and target to operate in 2025. Situated at 40 km east of HCMC, the Long Thanh International Airport is expected to overtake the current airport with an annual capacity of 100 million passengers.

With Vietnam becoming a dynamic country and an attractive investment destination, the award-winning developer CapitaLand seized the opportunity to launch the exquisite De La Sol Phase 2 Cello Tower.

An award-winning international developer you can trust

Headquartered and listed in Singapore, CapitaLand is one of Asia's largest real estate companies with presence in around 150 cities across 27 countries. It is widely recognized as the leading and long-standing corporation in Singapore, winning for the 2nd consecutive year in the Euromoney Real Estate Survey 2018. Its real estate expertise is broadly diversified with its businesses in 4 key sectors - residential, office, shopping malls and serviced residences. The company is approximately 40% owned by the Singapore Government through Temasek.

As one of the most respected and highly sought-after developers in Vietnam's property market, CapitaLand has planted its roots in Vietnam with over 24 years of presence, with 13 residential projects and 22 serviced apartments launched over the years. Its acclaimed projects include De La Sol (Phase 1, Alto Tower), The Vista, Vista Verde, Feliz en Vista, D2eight, d'Edge and D1MENSION. CapitaLand's proven track record soundly convinces property investors with its standard of excellence and professional expertise in real estate projects and services.

Prices for De La Sol Phase 2 start at HK$1.77M with 8% p.a. projected rental yield. It is expected to be completed by Q4 2020.

HCMC Property Investment Seminar

Date: December 8-9, 2018

Time:Session 1: 12:30-2pm (Eng)

Session 2: 2-4pm (Canto)

Session 3: 4-6pm (Canto)

Venue:The Park Lane Hong Kong, 27/F, 310 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Admission Free

Agent Ashton Hawks

Tel: 5226 1138 (Becky Tam)

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