The Myanmar Times
Saturday, 18 April 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Marvellous homes come at top dollar

There are marvellous homes in the city. Whether you find yourself planted in one, usually, is a matter of price.

 

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Dagon 2 changes mulled

The Myanmar Engineering Society has twice inspected the Dagon City 2 project, one of the  five large projects that were temporarily suspended near Shwedagon Pagoda last month.

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Temporary suspension for five large projects

Five large construction projects have been suspended by government authorities due to concerns over proximity to Shwedagon Pagoda.

 

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Dagon City 1 developer discusses temporary pause on construction

The ambitious Dagon City 1 project near U Htaung Bo roundabout is one of five that have been temporarily halted by government notice since January 22.

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Singapore firm takes stake in HAGL build

Singaporean firm Rowsley will invest US$275 million for a 50 percent stake in the large-scale, Vietnam-owned Hong Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) property development in Yangon, with an option to increase its stake in the future.

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Go jump in the pool

If everything is advertised as being new and improved, does that mean existing stuff is universally old and inferior?

 

 

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Authorities keep eye on high-rises near Yangon landmarks

Yangon is growing taller by the day, but with all the construction there is also growing concern some of the city’s landmarks could be crowded out of the skyline.

 

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Take two for Tarmwe market

Tarmwe market will be rebuilt as a six-storey building this year, marking another attempt to move forward with a project that has floundered so far.

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