On the morning of September 24, 2015, at Intracom 2 Building, Phuc Dien Ward, Bac Tu Liem District, Hanoi City, the signing ceremony of a contract to sponsor capital for the project “High-rise housing combined office – Intracom 8 ”between Vietnam Bank for Investment and Development Joint Stock Bank (BIDV) and the investor is Infrastructure and Transport Construction Investment Joint Stock Company (Intracom).
Following the success in real estate, Intracom continued to invest in Intracom 8. The project is located at the North of Nhat Tan Bridge, the beginning of Vo Nguyen Giap Road – the northern gateway from the International Airport. Noi Bai to the center of Hanoi Capital and to the East of the Center for International Finance, Banking, Trade and Services, Dong Anh Trade Fair – Phuong Trach Center.
Intracom 8 is located in the detailed planning of the construction of Nhat Tan – Noi Bai axes, one of the key spaces that plays the role of connecting the traffic of the capital of the Capital with the national air gateway space, connecting the area urban area on both sides of the Red River, which creates a typical urban image of the Capital with urban-level public service centers, cultural, exhibition, medical and commercial centers of international stature and area.
According to the design, Intracom 8 project is structured according to the model of 3 buildings. Court B and C are apartment buildings, court A is office building. After completion, Intracom 8 will provide 1,036 apartments with 64,000 m² of housing, 25,654 m² of office for lease and 2,000 m² of commercial area.
In particular, Intracom 8 has a prime location not only in terms of traffic and utilities. Residents at Intracom 8 will enjoy the beauty of the Red River scenery right from their apartment window. This is a great advantage of Intracom 8 compared to the current real estate projects in Hanoi.
Under the contract signed between the two parties, BIDV Investment and Development Joint Stock Bank will finance the Intracom 8 project with a total capital of VND 580 billion.
Here are some photos of the ceremony: