Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is located in the center of the Red River Delta and has been the social, cultural, economic and political center of Vietnam for nearly a thousand years. As Vietnam's governmental center, Hanoi attracts both foreign and domestic enterprises and organizations and is one of the fastest urbanizing cities in the country, with a population of over six million people. The urban planning vision for Hanoi promotes development outside the city center in new urban areas, creating satellite residential and commercial zones. These new urban areas and suburban districts developing beyond the Central Business District are restructuring Hanoi's socio-demographic composition and have gained broad based appeal because of their high-quality infrastructure and fewer development restrictions.Indochina Plaza Hanoi
One of the most significant commercial developments to be launched in Vietnam to date, Indochina Plaza Hanoi is a three-tower residential, retail and office complex, located at 241 Xuan Thuy Street in Hanoi's burgeoning district of Cau Giay. With its dynamic design, high-end facilities and prime location, Indochina Plaza Hanoi offers a style of contemporary luxury living and working environment that is on par with the highest international standards. The complex offers residents club house facilities, rooftop pools and terraces, as well as a secure recreational area for children. The apartment design is modern, emphasising freedom of space and the creation of comfortable, easy living environments. Floor to ceiling windows, light and spacious living areas, comfortable bedrooms and well appointed bathrooms, and carefully planned kitchens count among the many design features which Indochina Plaza Hanoi will offer future residents.