Giant mall opens in HCM City

January 25, 2018 - 06:20

A giant new shopping complex, Vạn Hạnh Mall, opened in HCM City’s District 10 Thursday.

Caption: The inauguration of Vạn Hạnh Mall in HCM City’s District 10 on January 25. VNS Photo Thu Ngân
Viet Nam News

HCM CITY – A giant new shopping complex, Vạn Hạnh Mall, has opened in HCM City’s District 10.

The mall, built at a cost of VNĐ1 trillion ($44 million) by Bắc Bình Construction Investment and TANAMEXCO, has leased out space at US$30-60 per square metre.

The 90,000sq.m mall has seven floors with a parking lot rising from the basement to the fifth floor with space for 3,000 bikes and 350 automobiles.

It has already leased out over 90 per cent of its space to 200 local and international brands in all segments including Starbucks, Phúc Long, Highlands Coffee, Sushi Kei, Bata, Triumph, G2000, Charles and Keith and Doji.

It also has a CGV multiplex cinema and PowerBowl amusement centre. Co-opXtra, a giant retailer who has leased space in the mall, brings 50 other brands to customers.

Trần Lệ Nguyên, chairman of the Bắc Bình Construction’s members’ council, said the most prestigious brands and best services have been carefully chosen to satisfy customers.

Vạn Hạnh Mall is at 11 Sư Vạn Hạnh. — VNS