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[Renderings] Hanoi to Trade Open Fields for Riverside Development Complex

On the eastern bank of the Red River, Hanoi's open fields are about to make way for a high-end real estate development in Long Bien District.

The Him Lam Dong Do new urban area will cover 440 hectares overlooking the Red River and include enough housing to accommodate 60,000 residents, reports REIC. Currently, there is limited information available on the project, however the development is expected to fit in well with its surrounding buildings and amenities, which include a nearby golf course and also an IT park.

[Renderings via REIC]


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