Enhancing connectivity

Ho Chi Minh City’s Vice Chairman of People’s Committee of District 7, Mr Dao Gia Vuong (fourth from right) and Mr Linson Lim (third from right), President (Vietnam) at Keppel Land, at the opening ceremony of the link bridge over Ca Cam River in the vicinity of Keppel Land’s Riviera Point condominium

Ho Chi Minh City’s Vice Chairman of People’s Committee of District 7, Mr Dao Gia Vuong (fourth from right) and Mr Linson Lim (third from right), President (Vietnam) at Keppel Land, at the opening ceremony of the link bridge over Ca Cam River in the vicinity of Keppel Land’s Riviera Point condominium

A newly built bridge over the Ca Cam River in District 7 of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is set to bring increased connectivity to the residents with its opening on 22 September 2016 by the district’s Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee, Mr Dao Gia Vuong.

Funded by Keppel Land and Tan Truong, joint venture partners for Riviera Point in the vicinity, the bridge connects the Tan Phu and Phu Thuan Wards with the district’s administrative and commercial centre, providing residents in the community convenient access to the myriad of amenities in the Phu My Hung New Urban Area.

Mr Linson Lim, President (Vietnam), Keppel Land, said, “At Keppel Land, we believe that as communities thrive, we thrive. The new link bridge is poised to enhance the connectivity of District 7 and HCMC as a whole, and is set to benefit thousands of residents in the neighbourhood, including those at Riviera Point.”

Riviera Point is the tallest condominium in District 7, just a stone’s throw away from the Ca Cam River. To date, more than 95% of Phase 1A have been sold.

Following Phase 1A’s success, 518 units under Phase 1B, The View at Riviera Point, were launched in October 2016.