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High-tech green building to open doors

High-tech green building to open doors

Ho Chi Minh City’s first LEED certified-green office building will officially open to tenants in August.

The date was revealed by David Clarkin, general director of President Place Saigon Limited - developer of the $30 million grade A office building President Place at 93 Nguyen Du street.

Clarkin said that besides LEED, which is recognised as an international environmental design standard, the 13-storey and three basements development with a total gross area of 11,500 square metres is also fully equipped and designed to meet TCVN and Building Code of Australia (BCA) health and safety standards.

 
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