AeonMall Long Bien is the first Japanese standard trade center in Hanoi. AeonMall Long Bien, owned by AeonMall HimLam (a partnership between HimLamBC Investment Joint Stock Company and Aeon Mall Co., Ltd. Japan), is located on 27th Co Linh Road, Long Bien Ward, Long Bien District of Hanoi, 5 km away from Hoan Kiem Lake, and currently considered as the biggest shopping mall of Aeon – Japan in Vietnam.
HimLamBC Investment Joint Stock Company together with Japan Haseko Co., Ltd. set up a joint venture to implement the project of premium quality Japanese serviced apartment in Lot CT1 Residential area in Tu Dinh – Long Bien district – Hanoi City. With a total investment of $ 30 million, this project which is known as a high-end serviced apartment project serving Japanese businessmen with room rates from $ 2,000 / room per month above was launched in March 2017.
On 20/10/2015, Fujiken HimLamBC Co., Ltd held the groundbreaking ceremony of the high-end villa project at Tu Dinh residential area – Long Bien district – Hanoi with the area of 1,252m2 and a total investment of the first phase of $ 7 million.
The Tu Dinh residential area project is centrally located in comparison with key projects developed by HimLamBC JSC in Long Bien district, expected to open in 2019. This project has a total investment of VND 2724 billion on the large scale including low-rise housing area, high-rise housing area, mixed-use housing project, hotel, swimming pool, recreation center and physical education, vocational guidance for children, parking.
Project Name: Thu Le Underground Parking and Service Complex Project
Project Location: Ngoc Khanh Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi.
Investor: HimLamBC JSC and Hanoi Animal Hospital.
Designers: Xuan Mai Design Consultant Joint Stock Company
Project scale: 1.6ha
With a total area of 401.5 m2 in Sai Dong B Industrial Park, Long Bien District, Hanoi, the service and parking area, the high-end car service office area, the technology office and the short-stay office and service area will promise to meet the needs of the area. This project has a total investment of 700 Billion VND and is expectedly implemented from 2017 to 2019.