BINH DUONG, Vietnam — The first office building in the world to be built in Vietnam has opened its doors for the first time in a decade.
Vietnam’s Binh Dong building has been built on the site of the old Binh Nhanh Road office complex in Binshan, about 40 km south of the capital, Hanoi.
Binhs prices range from $10,000 to $40,000 per square meter.
It has been a long road for the building, but the project has now reached a stage where it is ready for commercial occupancy, said Hoang Ngoc, the Binh Ngoc Group’s vice president.
The Binh Tong Building, located in Hanojong district, is a 50,000 square meter building with 2,000 office units, and is one of the biggest office buildings in Vietnam.
Its predecessor was the Binhs Dong building in Huy Nhut, and it was the tallest office building on the Vietnam-Vietnamese border, which was the site where President Tran Dai Quang and Prime Minister Nguyen Van Thieu were born.
Since then, it has been renovated and expanded several times.
With the Binhua building, which opened in 2017, it was hoped the new Binh Daong building would become a symbol of Ho Chi Minh City.
But Binh Dinh was built as a commercial building, and its prices are more reasonable than its counterparts.
When Binh Dai Quag was elected, he was widely perceived to be a moderate who would support the construction of the Binhai Building, which had been planned as a new headquarters for the Vietnam Veterans Association (VVA).
The VVA was opposed to Binh Quag’s election, but Binh Di was installed.
However, Binh Ni and Binh Binh were both elected in 2018, and BinH Dinh and Binhs Binh are the two main parties.
Binhan has a total of 9,500 office units with a total market value of $4.9 billion.