This week Metro would like to introduce you to the Lucky Square Condo Project, which is located on Kyaik Khauk Pagoda Road at the end of Thanlyin Bridge. It’s a place that’s attracted much investor interest, and promises to be a top venue for business and leisure in the city. Located just across the Yangon River, Lucky Square is a convenient distance from the downtown area but far enough away to maintain a relaxing and quiet suburban feel. Two types of condo designs are available, and both have access to the adjoining shopping center. Buyers can choose from apartments which include either two or three bedrooms, and prices vary according to unit size and location within the complex.
The condo project contains a total of 228 apartments, and the price per square foot will start from around K110,000. Individual units range from around 1,000 to 1,855 square feet. The condo includes high-end facilities such as swimming pool, gym, 24-hour security, a function room, BBQ area, bar and lounge, as well as access to free wi-fi and TV channels. As with all modern condos in Myanmar these days, residents no longer need to worry about blackouts with a backup generator always on hand. The adjoining shopping mall provides all the shopping essentials to make condo living convenient, also offering resident plenty of options for dining-out.
Moreover, spacious car parking is also included, and a drive to the city will take less than ten minutes across the nearby Thanlyin Bridge. The project is also close to Thilawa SEZ, as well as many cultural attractions south of the river – such as the ethnic village, Portuguese church and Kyauktan Pagoda. The real estate prices for Kyaik Khauk Pagoda Road in Thanlyin township start from K17,000 per square feet for the current financial year. This price factors in the current down-trend in the market, making down estimates by 25 pc from last year. However, Thanlyin township continues to see a healthy degree of sustained investor interest, with nearby condo and industry projects still tabled for completion in the coming years.
Source: Myanmar Times