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139 Tran Trong Cung Street, Nam Long, Tan Thuan Dong Ward, District 7 HCMC

Building is located in Nam Long - Tan Thuan Dong Service � Trade City in Tan Thuan Dong ward, District 7, HCMC, contiguous to Huynh Tan Phat road and only 4km apart from District 1. It also located near the Phu My Hung area with about 5 minutes drive. It is linked with surrounding areas by life-line trunk road: Nam Sai Gon Boulevard, Tan Thuan 2 Bridge, Kenh Te Bridge, Phu My Bridge, Nguyen Tri Phuong Bridge and expansion road. �

Office building is a brand new luxury compound in the commerce street with all modern facilities (24h security, DSL, Cable TV...) you can expect from a high standing class modern office. It has 11 rooms in a 5 storey building with 8 full bathrooms. For more information, please contact Mr. Luong at 0908884777 or Email:

Office/Living/Useable Space: SD 547m2
Room: 11 Bathroom: 8
Internet Access: DSL
Cable TV: Yes
Balcony: Yes
Terrace: Yes
Year of Construction: 2007 (New)
Rent: USD 1,600/Month


MT số 139 Trần Trọng Cung, khu Nam Long, Q.7, 5x25m, trệt, 4L, 11P, 25-40m2, NTCC, tiện làm VP, 1600$/th. Tel. 0908884777-A.Lượng.

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About the area: Nam Long - Tan Thuan Dong Service � Trade City is planned as functional subregion: service and trade downtown, restaurant and hotel complex, luxury apartment building area, and luxury villa area, � with adequate and complete utilities for activities: gym and sport area, supermarket, nursery, school, medical station and ecopark.,�
In addition, Nam Long - Tan Thuan Dong Service � Trade City is supported by major works as: International School, Phap � Viet Hospital, Southern Administration Center...

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