The Myanmar Times
Friday, 25 April 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Downtown living

This one-bedroom apartment on Bo Myat Htun Street in Botahtaung township offers a large, airy and unfurnished space.

 

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Yangon hardware store sets up shop

The country’s first modern construction supply warehouse for home owners and construction companies is now open for business in Yangon.

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The sum of its parts: subdivisions band-aid solution

The skyrocketing price of land in Yangon is driving many would-be developers to subdivide large blocks – a trend industry figures say ultimately does more harm than good.

 

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Office space alternatives surge in face of soaring rental market

Local businesses have begun offering shared office suites to deal with the shortage of supply in Yangon

 

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Yangon office for Savills

Hong Kong-based Savills real estate firm opened an office in Yangon on December 16 to join in the continuing boom in land and property prices here.

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Insein and Shwe Pyi Thar offer a cheaper alternative to downtown

The residential property market in outlying Yangon townships Insein and Shwe Pyithar is often overlooked but offers more spacious and affordable housing than downtown condos, real estate experts said.

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Bogyoke market shopowners upset after being ordered out

Renovations to the market’s famed jewellery hall are set for this month, during the busiest time of the year.

 

 

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City plan could drive up prices

A new plan to limit high-rises could send property prices upward throughout the city, say real estate industry figures.

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