Knight Frank, a private property consultancy firm in Vietnam today officially announced remarkable success of launching in Hanoi, The Dune Residences in Danang city.
Exclusively launched on March 12th, Knight Frank generated the total value of approximately VND70 billion for VinaCapital, lifting sales at The Dune Residences by 500 per cent in just seven days.
Featuring 15 architecturally designed villas built within a pristine natural environment with spectacular views, The Dune Residences provides a unique living environment to golfers and their families.
As a strategic tourism and resort project which surrounds the Greg Norman designed Dunes Golf Course at Danang Beach Resort, The Dune Residences delivers a luxurious and unique lifestyle that non-golfers and golfers can all enjoy together.
Matthew Koziora, director of sales and marketing of this project said: “As the most active developer in Vietnam, we offer a selection of the best products at various price points for Vietnamese buyers. The Dune Residences has attracted buyers from Hanoi, Danang, Ho Chi Minh City who wish to have a tranquil getaway from the crowded and busy working environment during weekends and holidays.”
Ross Lightfoot, national residential sales and marketing director of Knight Frank emphasised: “When the living standard becomes higher, demand for luxury lifestyle in the second home grows. High–quality apartments from established developers are more preferred, saying that these investments are projected to gain value significantly in the future”.
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