Ho Chi Minh’s 460-metre skyscraper to be Vietnam’s tallest

Ho Chi Minh’s 460-metre skyscraper to be Vietnam’s tallest

British builders Atkins say the Vincom Landmark 81 will be located directly along the Saigon River.

With a height of over 460m, this will be the tallest building in Vietnam. The 81-storey development is located in Vinhomes Central Park – one of the most prime locations in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Its frontage faces the beautiful Saigon River, and is conveniently connected via major road and water transportation.

Featuring a modern and unusual architecture design that symbolises the diversity and fast-emergence of Ho Chi Minh City, this mixed-use development involves space for hotel, serviced residential apartment and retail.

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A rendering of the Vincom Landmark 81 tower to be built in Ho Chi Minh City. (Photo from Atkins Global website)

At the base of this skyscraper is a sumptuous shopping centre featuring the finest retailers under one roof for a top-class shopping experience. The 241,000m2 development will also feature contemporary landscape design that merges natural beauty into this building.

 

Ho Chi Minh’s 460-metre skyscraper to be Vietnam’s tallest.

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