The Myanmar Times
Sunday, 21 December 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Thaketa project caters to growing expat influx

The growing number of expats in Yangon is putting strain on existing residential property, providing a market opportunity for higher-end housing.

 

 

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Taming the wilds of South Okkalapa

Location is the main determinant in the Yangon property game. No one wants to spend half the morning stuck in traffic, but living in the central areas comes at a price.

 

 

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Thai cement giant starts work on Mon State plant

Thailand's largest cement producer has begun work on its first factory in Myanmar, aiming to open doors on the facility as soon as the second quarter 2016.

 

 

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Z Villas coming

Hluttaw representative U Khin Shwe’s company Zaykabar is investing US$200 million in a joint residential project in Yangon’s Mingalardon township, its chair announced on November 15.

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Let this home’s interior surprise you

There are some homes that are stunning from the get-go, and some that only reveal their beauty after you’re inside.

 

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Singapore’s Far East Organization to open Yangon office

Singapore's largest private property developer Far East Organization will open a sales desk in Yangon, officials said on November 12.

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A lot to live up to in Mayangone

This house has a great lot. Coming in at 8000 square feet, there is plenty of room to stretch. It’s a work in progress, meaning it’s up to you to tailor it to your tastes – whether that’s a garden, a space for sports or grazing cattle.

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Few engineers join ASEAN initiative

More local engineers ought to register with the ASEAN Engineer Registry, which aims to allow local engineers to take part in projects in other countries, according to officials from the Myanmar Engineers Society.

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