Mizuki Park interchange opened to traffic prior to handover dateadminnamlong
From the idea of an integrated multiutility township, Mizuki Park project focuses on developing a system of shared utilities and infrastructure construction to connect with the city center. In particular, the opening of traffic interchange connecting Mizuki Park directly to Nguyen Van Linh boulevard at the end of November will enhance the project’s connectivity.
Strategically located on the connecting route of City East and West and allowed quick access to District 1, district 5 and South Saigon, it is very easy to travel from Mizuki Park to Phu My Hung, District 1, District 2, District 4, District 5 and District 8 via main roads including Nguyen Van Linh, Nguyen Van Cu, Nguyen Huu Tho and Pham Hung, Highway 50… Hence with the intersection of Mizuki Park and Nguyen Van Linh opened to traffic, the future residents will travel conveniently and save 10 to 15 minutes traveling home or accessing to main roads in the area.
Besides, Mizuki Park is situated inside the area with lots of ongoing infrastructure development in south Saigon. According to HCMC Department of Transport, many infrastructure projects in south Saigon area have been in the progress for approval till 2020 such as: expansion of North-South route, section between Hoang Dieu and Nguyen Van Linh, Thu Thiem 3 Bridge, Thu Thiem 4 Bridge (with an investment of VND 5,000 billion), intersection of Nguyen Van Linh and Nguyen Huu Tho (with an investment of VND 2,600 billion), Nguyen Khoai Bridge conecting District 7 and District 4 (with an investment of VND 1,250 billion)… In December this year, the construction of 3-storey underground tunnel at the intersection of Nguyen Huu Tho and Nguyen Van Linh will begin. The fast development of regional infrastructure will shorten the traveling time from South Saigon and particularly from Mizuki to the city center and the new financial district.
In the future, Mizuki will also take advantage from Metro Line 5, Monorail line 2, BRT bus route. As a sizable multifunctional township, Mizuki Park has a diversified system of high-class facilities, including education centers, kindergartens, school, university, hi-tech research institute, health center, entertainment center, commercial center, supermarket, restaurants, convention centers, etc. Every daily needs of services, working or studying of the residents at Mizuki Park will be responded quickly, their quality of life will be improved, and values of the properties will also increase rapidly over time.
Mizuki Park has a total of more than 5,200 Flora Mizuki apartments, 600 shophouses, townhouses, Valora villas and luxury villas. All Mizuki products in phase 1 were sold out shortly in 2018. Currently, the final stage of 1,400 products will be completed for hand over in December.