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[Photos] Future Saigon: The Thu Thiem Financial Center

British design firm, Foster and Partners recently released renderings for Thu Thiem’s financial center and they’re well, dreamy?

Obviously, there’s still a long way to go before any of these renderings become a reality, but clearly the goal is to create an urban center that would rival the likes of Singapore and Bangkok. 


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There have been plans to redevelop the area, which covers more than 426 hectares, into a cultural sport and tourism center as far back as in 1992 in its current form (there were plans for a similar project in the early 1970s that fell through for obvious reasons).

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