$500 million Saigon Sports City proceeds with a bridge linking north and south areas

Keppel Group continues the $500 million Saigon Sports City with the recent start of the construction of a bridge connecting the northern and southern zones of the project.

At the ground-breaking ceremony of Saigon Sports City held in November 2019, Keppel Land’s leaders said that it would start construction of the Saigon Sports City project by the second quarter of 2020 and the whole project would be finished in several phases.

500 million saigon sports city proceeds with a bridge linking north and south areas

Keppel Land started the construction of a bridge in Saigon Sports City

Located on a 64-hectare site, this project will be developed into a smart, integrated township in An Phu commune of District 2 of Ho Chi Minh City.

When completed, Saigon Sports City will feature about 4,300 premium homes as well as Vietnam’s one-stop sports, entertainment, and lifestyle hub.

Biophilic design principles will be adopted in Saigon Sports City, including natural cross-ventilation throughout the development, generous space between buildings for natural light, a contiguous fitness circuit, lush landscaping with locally-sourced flora and picturesque water features with natural filtration, to create a green and beautiful environment.

Keppel will also work with best-in-class local and international partners to offer innovative urban solutions including smart security, smart mobility, and environmental infrastructure solutions, among others. The first phase of Saigon Sports City will comprise of residential and commercial spaces as well as sports facilities.

It will be divided into two precincts. The first precinct will be located on 26ha developed with a sports complex, training facilities, an indoor sports competition centre, a sports academy, and gardens. This also includes a 10,000-seat football stadium, large-scale swimming pool, tennis academy, as well as a retail and commercial centre.

The second precinct will be on 38ha and developed with high-end apartment buildings, offices for lease, hotels or serviced apartments, schools, and other public facilities.

Source: VIR.