Vietnam’s newest shopping centre, Van Hanh Mall, has opened in Ho Chi Minh City, on Su Van Hanh Street in District 10.
Built on a 90,000sqm site, the shopping complex has 55,000sqm of retail space, which is 90 per cent occupied already, by more than 200 international and local brands.
Tenants include Bata, Charles & Keith, Levi’s, Mujosh and Nike and a raft of dining options, including Buffalo Wild Wings, Crystal Jade, Sushi Kei, Starbucks and Phuc Long coffee.
For entertainment, there is a CGV multiplex cinema, a Superbowl amusement center and a giant European-themed bookstore.
A Co.opXtra hypermarket, operated by Saigon Co.op and Singapore’s NTUC FairPrice, also opened, marking the brand’s third outlet in the city.
There are nine parking floors from basement to fifth floor, enough space for 350 cars and 3000 bikes.
Built at the cost of VND1 trillion (US$43.9 million), Van Hanh mall rentals range from US$30-60 per sqm.