The Myanmar Times
Tuesday, 29 July 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Singapore, Myanmar firm roll out $230m ‘Golden City’

Singapore-owned development firm Uni Global Power Ltd together with local partners have rolled out plans to build a US$230 million complex in Yangon’s Yankin township that will feature several residential skyscrapers, a five-star hotel and a shopping mall.

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Yangon rentals on the rise, for now

The new supply of mid- and top-tier condos on the way could finally offset Yangon's costlier rental prices, experts say.

 

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Construction halts on Old Bagan hotel

The government has ordered the owners of a hotel in Old Bagan to halt the unapproved construction of a planned annex, authorities said.

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Thilawa SEZ share sales, land leases set for April

More than US$21 million worth of shares of the anticipated Thilawa Special Economic Zone (SEZ) will go on sale to the public next month.

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Yangon gets new exhibition space

Yangon has a new exhibition and event space after locally based Forever Group last week opened the US$6 million Myanmar Event Park adjacent to Yangon Regional Government offices in Ahlone township.

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YCDC draws lots for affordable housing

The Yangon regional government is set to draw lots to decide which of more than 13,000 applicants will receive permission to buy new low-cost housing at North Dagon township’s new Bo Ba Htoo housing project.

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The family nook

This spacious home, set in a 720 sq m (8000 square-foot) compound convenient for Ocean Supercentre and the Myanmar Convention Centre, offers plenty of room for a family.

 

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YCDC to demolish illegal buildings

Parliament has approved a new law authorising the Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC) to demolish buildings constructed without a permit, said deputy director of the engineering department U Nay Win.

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