Japan’s Fuji Engineering inaugurates apartment blocks for rent

Japan’s Fuji Engineering Vietnam Co., Ltd inaugurated apartment blocks for lease and facilities that provide services for Japanese employees at Dong Van I Industrial Park, Duy Tien district, in the northern province of Ha Nam, on December 7.

At the inaugural ceremony. (Photo: baohanam.com.vn)
At the inaugural ceremony. (Photo: baohanam.com.vn)

Covering 12,000 square metres, the project is valued at US$10 million and is the province’s first wholly foreign-invested project in the hospitality and services sector.

The 10-storey buildings offer 76 houses from 26-54 square metres per apartment and provide amenities, such as offices for lease, a golf course, conference rooms, restaurants and supermarkets.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Minister-Chairman of the Government’s Office Mai Tien Dung lauded the construction of the buildings, calling it a significant work between two close partners, Vietnam and Japan.

Vietnam always creates favourable conditions for enterprises from Japan, who is the leading official development assistance provider for Vietnam and its third largest trade partner, Dung stated.

He asked Ha Nam province to prioritise Japanese businesses and to tackle any difficulties they may encounter in a timely manner.

Osamu Yasuhara, Chairman of the Fuji Engineering Group, for his part, recognised the support from the central and local authorities for the project, adding that the buildings will not only satisfy the investors’ demands but also help to complete infrastructure facilities and create an ideal investment climate for Japanese firms in the locality.