The Myanmar Times
Sunday, 26 April 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Blank slate: Sterile villa up for grabs

There’s something clinical about this week’s home in Kamaryut township. It may have been a dentist practice, or the headquarters of one of the more humourless NGOs in town.

 

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Country’s tallest building to be 34 storeys

Diamond Inya Palace condominium could become country’s tallest building if it is built to its planned height, according to government officials.

 

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The master of your Golden Valley domain

You know you’ve made it when you’re in Golden Valley. It’s the must-live area of Yangon, near the cities amenities, like City Mart Marketplace and a host of shops and restaurants. It’s not, however, cheap.

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Foreign ownership provisions in draft condominium law questioned

Foreigners's ability to own condos has emerged as one of the central issue in the debate over the condominium law.

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Waterside living near Kabar Aye Pagoda road

Some enjoy living on the waterfront. There’s a cool and relaxing breeze and an impressive vista to show off to your friends. This week’s home in Yankin Township is perfect for people looking for a quiet environment with a gorgeous view.

 

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Longer loans key for affordable homes

Although there are a slew of high-rise buildings under construction in Yangon, relatively few are being built for the middle and lower class.

 

 

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Yangon residents key for first Taunggyi high rise condo

Condo fever may have spread all the way to remote Taunggyi, but residents of the Shan State capital seem resistant – most of the interest in the 16-storey high-rise is coming from Yangon residents, says the site’s developer.

 

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Condo law set for more debate in January

A draft Condominium Law will be re-submitted to the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw in January, a member of the lower house said last week.

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