The MARQ, District 1, HCMC – Luxury Apartments by Hongkong Land and An Khang


October 24 & 25, 2020 , Salon I-IV, M/F, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong

Ashton Hawks, the award-winning real estate agency specialising in international luxury properties, hosted a seminar on October 24 & 25, 2020 to provide top tips for those interested in property investment in Vietnam.

In the seminar, Vietnam investment veteran Kingston Lai, founder and CEO of Ashton Hawks, shared an overview of the Vietnam property market, and introduce the opulent residences in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.

THE MARQ stands in sophistication in Ho Chi Minh City’s financial and commercial core, District 1. Crafted by renowned regional and local developers Hongkong Land and An Khang, THE MARQ is set to become the jewel crowning the city skyline. Located in the heart of District 1, this development will provide 515 opulent residences comprising one- to four-bedroom condominiums and penthouses offering stunning views of Ho Chi Minh city and a true luxury lifestyle for discerning investors.

For safety precautions under the ongoing epidemic, Ashton Hawks implemented a series of sanitary procedures to ensure the well-being of all our participants. 

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