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Naticorp signs condotel project agreement with Thai firm

Update: August, 16/2017 - 08:30
Officials of Naticorp and InVision Hospitality at the agreement signing ceremony on Tuesday. — Photo baomoi.com
Viet Nam News

HÀ NỘI — Nam Tiến Lào Cai Corporation (Naticorp) and Thailand’s InVision Hospitality signed a management agreement for the Scenia Bay condotel project in Nha Trang City on Tuesday.

The Thai company will be responsible for all the operations of the project when it becomes operational in 2020.

Located on Phạm Văn Đồng Street in Nha Trang Beach City, the five-star condotel is built on a total area of 7,666sq.m. It has 40 floors with 700 condos for sale and some 270 hotel rooms.

The project is on prime location with the main side adjacent to Nha Trang beach, besides having easy access to the city’s beautiful landscapes, such as Hòn Mun, Hòn Tằm, Ninh Vân Bay, Po Nagar Cham Tower, Hòn Chồng, Đầm Market and Turtle Island.

“Scenia Bay is the first project marking the company’s foray into the hospitality sector, after a chain of residential projects in Lào Cai,” Cao Thị Thu Hiền, CEO of Nam Tiến Lào Cai Corp, said.

Hiền expects Scenia Bay to become an attractive resort property in the Nha Trang market.

Headquartered in northern Lào Cai City, and with over 20 years of operation, Nam Tiến Lào Cai Corp has expanded its businesses from infrastructure construction and hydro-power plants to chemicals and real estate sectors with an annual turnover of VNĐ1.2 trillion (US$53 million).

With a portfolio of 13 properties under management in Thailand, Malaysia and Việt Nam, InVision Hospitality provides strategy and management for new or existing hospitality projects throughout Southeast Asia. It is managing five properties in Việt Nam, including Mai House Saigon, Mai House Hội An Beach, GLOW Ma Belle Đà Nẵng, GLOW Premier Nha Trang and Montgomerie Links Đà Nẵng. — VNS

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