Hanoi, Vietnam -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/12/2013 -- The newly built twenty-five storey PVI Tower in Hanoi is racking up the number of tenants already and it hasn’t even officially opened yet. It is certainly proving something of a magnet for top quality companies. The large blue chip corporations have always looked at prestige towers in which to house their headquarters. PVI has already attracted Canada’s Sunlife Insurance Company, Samsung Electrics Vietnam and the Japanese giant Obayashi Corporation.
The building includes some of the latest technologies in its construction. Anti-glare glass incorporating ultraviolet protection has been installed. The very best building management systems have integrated important, intelligent functions into the security and lighting systems. Situated to the west of the city, in Cau Giay District, it is a pleasant working environment and a further addition to the Hanoi landscape. There are already, approaching 150 office buildings to cope with the capitals commerce requirements.
Recent studies have shown that average office workers spend an amazing 90,000 hours of their lives in the work place. Investors and developers are realising the advantages in making these work places, a more pleasant place to conduct business. By adding gymnasiums and other such facilities that have realised that a happy work force is a better workforce. PVI is no exception here it boasts 27 floors including 2 basement levels of top class office space. There are multi functional meeting rooms, a full International standard, seven hundred seat conference hall, a spa, a gym and a restaurant. This is prime office space and it comes as no surprise that PVI has already rented more than fifty percent of its space.
The building is situated in what is outlined to be Hanoi’s Wall Street. The new Yen Hoa Urban area is close to the giant Keangnam Landmark Tower, at 1,102 feet, the tallest building in the country. Also close by is The Garden, a huge and impressive shopping Mall, the Indochina Plaza Hanoi, a mixed retail and living venture including premium condo space and the thirty-one storey, five star hotel The Grand Plaza.
Hanoi is experiencing a huge boom at the moment. Commerce and tourism are at an all time high as this capital city strives for its place at the top table of Asia’s big cities. Already a great place to visit and work, it is drawing in some of the really big hitters now, who see the advantages of “The City of Lakes”. The PVI Tower has recognised the three elements of a success working environment, the company, the brand and their employees.
Vietnam is a good place to live and work and the number of International companies relocating is continuing to rise. Hanoi seems to be the big winner. Already, a good center for commerce, it is improving all the time.
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