Hanoi to build square, shopping malls around My Dinh Stadium
The city’s Nam Tu Liem district targets to become a modern urban center with comprehensive social and technical infrastructure in terms of services, sports, entertainment and commerce.
Hanoi’s authorities plan to build a series of sports – cultural center, square, hotel and shopping malls around the My Dinh National Stadium in Nam Tu Liem district with the target of transforming the district into a modernized urban area with with a focus on services, sports, entertainment and commerce.
|A land lot proposed to build a cultural - sports - youth square, in front of the National Stadium, Nam Tu Liem district. Photo: Vietnammoi.vn|
The orientation is included in the conclusion of its Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue at a meeting with the Party Committee of Nam Tu Liem district on May 7.
According to the conclusions, Hanoi’s Party chief agreed on the Nam Tu Liem district’s initiative of opening a night market in Me Tri area to take advantage of a community of 10,000 South Korean expats in the area.
Secretary Vuong Dinh Hue also suggested that the district should consider building a mega mall beneath the My Dinh square, in front of the National Stadium, to maximize the advantages and create a comprehensive system that includes sports – cultural center, plaza, hotel and shopping area around the My Dinh National Sports Center.
Nam Tu Liem district is requested to submit the overall planning of the area around the My Dinh stadium to the municipal People’s Committee for approval before July.
The works on the renovation of the My Dinh National Stadium’s surrounding area include the opening of commercial streets on Dong Bong route to Phu Do cultural center, the promotion of the craft village Phu Do specializing in making vermicelli and the green rice village of Me Tri.
This proposal must be completed in June for competent authorities’ approval.
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