The Myanmar Times
Friday, 21 November 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Mandalay mayor limits oversized development

The Saittara Mahi housing development near Mandalay’s palace has been forced to change their plans after high-ranking officials found out the project was set to break zoning rules.

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Mandalay mayor considers oversized development’s fate

Saittara Mahi development to contravene zoning requirements only two blocks from the mayor’s office

 

 

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Shifting values: property assessments set for shakeup

Property value assessments used to determine transactions taxes will be changed to keep prices in line with the market, according to officials from Yangon’s Internal Revenue Department.

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Prices buck trend around Kyaukphyu SEZ

Land prices around the Kyaukphyu SEZ have not risen much to date, bucking a trend that has seen property prices near prominent developments like Thilawa and the planned Hanthawaddy airport increase rapidly.

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New, light home for a large family

The paint has just finished drying on this modern four-bedroom home, which bucks market trends with its relatively reasonable price and "not-terrible" location.

 

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First luxury floating hotel sails into Yangon

A five-star floating hotel at Yangon’s Botahtaung Jetty is set to open by early August, according to hotel officials.

 

 

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Kempinski revealed as manager of controversial Strand Road hotel

Swiss hotel chain Kempinski AG will oversee a controversial hotel development in downtown Yangon, its local partner has told The Myanmar Times.

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Take a trip stateside with this compound

There are housing compounds that look like Yangon property, and there are housing compounds that look international. This week’s house in Bahan township has the feel of a North American home.

 

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