The Hallmark, a Grade A+ office building with a floor space of 68,000-sqm in HCMC, will be completed in 2022.
Since 2019, premium office space in HCMC, along with major international cities in the region such as Hanoi, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Shanghai, has been facing critical shortages of new supply, despite demand growing at a fast pace.
The Hallmark is part of the 7.6-hectare Metropole development project in Thu Thiem New Urban Area, Tran Bach Dang Street, An Phu Ward, Thu Duc City.
The tower sits conveniently at Thu Thiem’s doorway, directly across from District 1 via Thu Thiem 2 Bridge.
An artist impression of the Hallmark in Thu Thiem New Urban Area. Photo by thehallmark.vn
Thu Thiem New Urban Area is being positioned as the country’s new central business center that is highly connected to the old center through boulevards, Metro Line No.1, Thu Thiem bridges, and tunnels.
This linkage offers opportunities for the establishment of schools, international hospitals, parks, art centers, museums, sports areas, marinas, and other amenities in the area, bringing the Thu Thiem peninsula closer to becoming the epicenter of new development.
Located within a 5-minute walk of Central Plaza Park, the conference center, and the peninsula’s futuristic symphony theater, providing easy access to important areas in the future.
Tenants will enjoy sweeping panoramic views of the city, as well as nearby mass transit systems, lush, green parks and cultural spaces.
With twenty-six floors of office space and four floors of commercial space, The Hallmark provides a modern working environment that not only meets, but exceeds international Grade A+ office standards with high-end amenities, cutting-edge technology, and unparalleled service.
With total floor space of 68,000-sqm, floor plates range from 1,600 to 2,300-sqm, giving flexibility to tenants whether small startups or multinational corporations.
The Hallmark has a total of 30 floors. Photo by Thehallmark.vn
Each floor has a 2.75-meter-high ceiling, a 100-mm raised floor, and a column-free design that allows for maximum natural light.
The entire exterior is covered in high-end SYP glass cladding with two layers of 30mm insulation, sound insulation, and UV protection. Interior amenities include hospital-grade HEPA air ventilation and filtration systems, working in conjunction with the latest in passive cooling systems to deliver clean, sanitized air and comfortable temperature ranges, all while reducing energy wastage.
The Hallmark is undergoing Singapore’s Green Mark certification.
The Hallmark prioritizes health and lifestyle experiences with several relaxing spaces for tenant enjoyment.
The 5th floor podium’s lush gardens provide a lively outdoor space with panoramic views of District 1 and the Saigon River.
Standing tall along HCMC’s skyline, The Hallmark utilizes 20 Schindler-branded high-speed elevators equipped with the latest AI-driven load balancing technology to minimize waiting times.
Sixteen elevators serve the lower (1-16) and upper (17-29) floors. Three elevators connect the basement to the ground floor. A final service elevator aims minimize workplace disruptions.
Three basement floors have been allocated for parking. Electric vehicle charging stations are integrated into these garage floors. Drivers can take advantage of the bike room, a driver’s lounge, and washroom with a bathroom in B1.
Each office floor’s restrooms are likewise outfitted with the latest sanitation advancements technology, including VIP restrooms.
In addition to high-quality facilities, the building will be managed by a building management system (BMS) that meets international standards for security and operation including: touchless technology, tailored card access and buttonless elevators.
The Hallmark tower’s main hall. Photo by thehallmark.vn
“The Hallmark proudly aims to set a new level of tenant experience. We are excited to deliver the first Grade A+ building, in the city’s newest epicenter in the most vibrant city of Vietnam,” said Karl Truong, Director of Business Development.
The inauguration of Thu Thiem 2 Bridge has brought new opportunities for real estate projects in this area, including The Hallmark tower. The building’s 11th floor is currently under construction, and it is expected to open in early 2023 on schedule.
Experts are looking forward to the arrival of The Hallmark. According to Troy Griffiths, Deputy General Director of Savills Vietnam, The Hallmark is a very potential project in HCMC office market.