The Myanmar Times
Monday, 22 September 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Progress made on GEMS Garden condos

Gems Garden Condominium is on pace to be finished at the end of 2015, adding an upscale offering to Yangon property buyers, according to company officials.

 

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Expanding urban population changes property needs

Cities are growing twice as fast as the total population and will be crucial for Myanmar’s economic future, said Putu Kamayana, adviser at New Star Light Construction and former Asian Development Bank country head.

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Yangon railway project to send staff packing

Some of the workshops and offices at Yangon Central Railway Station will be forced to move to make way for a development at the site in the coming months.

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Stretching out in Mayangone

The couch is the centre of any well-designed living room. Eyes are relaxed by the sight of it, bums are drawn into it – don’t underestimate the couch.

 

 

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One theatre left standing on Yangon’s Cinema Row

The mess of signboards and street vendors outside are not enough to hide the lordly appearance of Waziya cinema.

 

 

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Restaurants grow wheels to avoid paying rental costs

Restaurants are going mobile, driven onto the streets in response to high rental prices in the city.

 

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Staying afloat in Bahan township

House of the Week has a pool which is sure to be a prime attraction.

 

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Dala squatters will be moved out by March

A surge in land prices has prompted landowners to demand that squatters in 50 houses on property in Dala township leave by the end of February 2015. The houses are located in Yarza Thingyan, Kyansit Thar, Tapin Shwe Htee and Nyaung Kone wards.

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