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CĂN HỘ RICHMOND CITY NGUYỄN XÍ

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Thời gian đến hết ngÃ*y 15/07/2016

 

TỔNG QUAN CĂN HỘ RICHMOND CITY NGUYỄN XÍ

  • Chủ đầu tÆ°: HÆ°ng Thịnh Land

  • Địa Ä‘iểm chung cÆ° : 79 Nguyá»…n XÃ*, Quáº*n Bình Thạnh, TP.Hồ ChÃ* Minh
  • Tên dá»± án : Richmond City
  • NhÃ* thầu xây dá»±ng: phồn thịnh Construction
  • Đơn vị thiết kế: HÆ°ng Thịnh Construction
  • Tổng diện tÃ*ch đất: 21.249 m2
  • Số tầng cao: 25
  • Số lượng chung cÆ°: 880 căn
  • Loại chung cÆ°: 2PN,3PN
  • Diện tÃ*ch căn há»™: 65,60m2, 66,78m2, 73m2…đến 224m2
  • Hầm để xe: 1 tầng hầm vÃ* 4 tầng thÆ°Æ¡ng nghiệp
  • Pháp lý chung cÆ°: Sổ hồng sở hữu lâu dÃ*i

ĐỊA ĐIỂM CĂN HỘ RICHMOND CITY NGUYỄN XÍ

 

 

 

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Căn há»™ Richmond City Nguyá»…n XÃ* nằm ngay trọng Ä‘iểm Quáº*n Bình Thạnh, trên tuyến đường mạch máu Nguyá»…n XÃ* có lá»™ giá»›i 30m kết nối vá»›i đường vÃ*nh Ä‘ai Bình Lợi – Tân SÆ¡n Nhất vÃ* phÃ*a bên kia lÃ* cầu SÃ*i Gòn. Bạn có thể dá»… dÃ*ng duy chuyển về Gò Vấp, Tân Bình, trường bay Tân SÆ¡n Nhất chỉ trong vòng vÃ*i phút qua đường Ä‘ai Tân SÆ¡n Nhất- Bình Lợi, con đường được xem lÃ* con đường đẹp nhất TP. Hồ ChÃ* Minh vÃ*o thời Ä‘iểm hiện tại vá»›i lá»™ giá»›i lên tá»›i 200m gồm 12 lÃ*n xe. Bạn cÅ©ng có thể dá»… dÃ*ng di chuyển về Thủ Đức, quáº*n 9, hay Ä‘i về Bình DÆ°Æ¡ng, Đông Nai theo đường Bình Lợi- Tân SÆ¡n Nhất hay theo đường Xa Lá»™ HÃ* Ná»™i mÃ* không bị kẹt xe trong ná»™i thÃ*nh nhÆ° thời kì trÆ°á»›c.

 

Căn há»™ Richmond City Nguyá»…n XÃ* kết nối vá»›i Quáº*n 1, Quáº*n 3 chỉ trong vòng 5 phút khi bạn Ä‘i qua đường Đinh Bá»™ LÄ©nh qua Điện Biên Phủ. Má»™t tuyển lá»±a khác lÃ* bạn Ä‘i qua Cầu Đỏ đến NÆ¡ Trang Long vÃ* về quáº*n 1 má»™t cách dá»… dÃ*ng mÃ* không giờ sợ kẹt xe.

Ở vị trÃ* Căn há»™ Richmond City Nguyá»…n XÃ* có thể nói lÃ* có vị trÃ* trọng tâm thị thÃ*nh Hồ ChÃ* Minh, khi nhìn về hÆ°á»›ng tây, bạn có thể ngắm cảnh toÃ*n thÃ*nh phồ, nhìn về Betexco, khách sạn Newworld lóng lánh ánh đèn về đêm. Nhìn về hÆ°á»›ng bắc cÅ©ng nhÆ° nhìn về dòng sông SÃ*i Gòn hiền hòa, cây cầu Bình Lợi, cầu Bình Triệu tuyệt đẹp…

Căn há»™ Richmond City Nguyá»…n XÃ* cách siêu thị Coopmart chỉ trong 1 km, Citimart chỉ 800m, do váº*y quờ quạng các nhu cầu cÆ¡ bản của bạn được đáp ứng chỉ trong vòng vÃ*i bÆ°á»›c chân.

VÃ*o cuối tuần,ban muốn xả stress, bạn muốn quấy rối, muốn có má»™t khu để nghỉ nghÆ¡i, không cần Ä‘i đâu xa, khu du lịch Bình Quá»›i, khu du lịch Văn Thánh Bình Thạnh chỉ trong bán kÃ*nh 1,5km.

 

 

TIỆN ÍCH CĂN HỘ RICHMOND CITY NGUYỄN XÍ

Căn há»™ Richmond City Nguyá»…n XÃ* có 4 tầng thÆ°Æ¡ng nghiệp cá»™ng thêm 1 gác xép vá»›i tổng diện tÃ*ch lên tá»›i 8800m2. Đầy đủ các tiện Ã*ch ná»™i khu bên trong dá»± án, giúp gia đình bạn có thể táº*n hưởng má»™t cuá»™c sống Ä‘Æ°Æ¡ng đại, thoải mái, tiện nghi.

 

 

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Bên trong Căn há»™ Richmond City Nguyá»…n XÃ* có hầu nhÆ° đầy đủ vÆ¡ các tiện Ã*ch giống nhÆ° má»™t thÃ*nh thị thu nhỏ trong khuôn viên căn há»™ nhÆ° : NhÃ* hÃ*ng, trung tâm thÆ°Æ¡ng mại, Spa, Siêu thị 24h, vườn trẻ ná»™i khu, Cafe ngoÃ*i trời, công viên cây xanh, bãi Ä‘áº*u xe, hệ thống Camera, phòng táº*p thể dục. CÆ° dân sẽ được táº*n hưởng cuá»™c sống đầy đủ tiện nghi nhất khi chọn sinh sống tại Căn há»™ Richmond City Nguyá»…n XÃ*.

 

Mọi chi tiết vui lòng liên hệ chủ đầu tư : 0919 68 69 78

 

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