The Myanmar Times
Monday, 22 December 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Country’s tallest building to be 34 storeys

Diamond Inya Palace condominium could become country’s tallest building if it is built to its planned height, according to government officials.

 

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The master of your Golden Valley domain

You know you’ve made it when you’re in Golden Valley. It’s the must-live area of Yangon, near the cities amenities, like City Mart Marketplace and a host of shops and restaurants. It’s not, however, cheap.

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Foreign ownership provisions in draft condominium law questioned

Foreigners's ability to own condos has emerged as one of the central issue in the debate over the condominium law.

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Waterside living near Kabar Aye Pagoda road

Some enjoy living on the waterfront. There’s a cool and relaxing breeze and an impressive vista to show off to your friends. This week’s home in Yankin Township is perfect for people looking for a quiet environment with a gorgeous view.

 

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Longer loans key for affordable homes

Although there are a slew of high-rise buildings under construction in Yangon, relatively few are being built for the middle and lower class.

 

 

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Yangon residents key for first Taunggyi high rise condo

Condo fever may have spread all the way to remote Taunggyi, but residents of the Shan State capital seem resistant – most of the interest in the 16-storey high-rise is coming from Yangon residents, says the site’s developer.

 

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Condo law set for more debate in January

A draft Condominium Law will be re-submitted to the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw in January, a member of the lower house said last week.

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Pun Hlaing opens sales at ‘Lotus’

Developer Serge Pun & Associates opened sales for its new developments at the Pun Hlaing Golf Estate in Hlaing Tharyar township, a company spokesperson said last week.

 

 

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