Kusto Home to forge holiday idyll with Diamond Island

Kusto Home, a member of real estate corporation Kusto headquartered in Singapore, has announced the second phase of Diamond Island, a brilliant residential project located in District 2 of Ho Chi Minh City.

Phase 2 of Diamond Island is presented with the launching of Hawaii the first of five towers included in the project.

Hawaii tower adopts mainly resort-style design elements, putting family in the centre. Hawaii tower has 25 stories with a total of 177 luxury apartments between 55 to 450 square metres.  The launch offers special celebratory prices starting from VND 2.2 billion ($100,000).

The second phase of Diamond Island includes five towers named after the five most beautiful islands in the world: Hawaii, Bora Bora, the Maldives, the Bahamas, and the Canary Islands. This choice of names conveys Kusto Home’s wish to turn Diamond Island into the ideal resort island.

It is estimated that there are only enough playgrounds to accommodate 7 per cent of Ho Chi Minh City’s population of children.

According to Kusto Home’s chairman Murat Utemisov, besides exclusive location and luxurious design, the factors that decide the level of a real estate project are building density, the amount of green space, and high quality facilities in this order.

“Diamond Island does not only possess an exclusive location as the only island in the middle of District 2 with all 3 sides facing waterfront, but it also boasts other features that are essential for a luxury river-side apartment, that no other project in Ho Chi Minh City has,” Utemisov said.

Understanding that family is the core of Vietnamese cultural values, especially when it comes to the future of their children, Kusto Home pledged to create an ideal living space for all three generations grandparents, parents, and children with customised facilities for every member of the family.

Hawaii tower’s 177 apartments will be launched by the second quarter of 2018.

Source: VIR

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