As the name implies, The Matrix One is a masterpiece of new generation architecture. The project is located in the heart of Nam Tu Liem urban area, possesses a complex of high-class apartments, 5-star hotels and international schools in Vietnam. One of the most outstanding features of the project is the 73-storey tower – dubbed the “tallest building in Hanoi”, usurp the champion of Landmark 72 in the real estate market of the capital city.
Overview of The Matrix One
The Matrix One is a commercial and housing complex, along with other utilities like amusement parks and international schools. The project is located at the intersection of Me Tri & Le Quang Dao streets – a “diamond” location in the heart of the city. The Matrix One is expected to be the hot spot for the whole real estate market in the west of Hanoi.
The project has been constructed in the first quarter of 2019 and will be launched in the fourth quarter of 2019. With the scale of a 73-storey tower and 4 apartment buildings with about 1,700 apartments, the project has attracted a large number of customers. The Matrix One is a new symbol of the elite way of living with prosperity.
The tallest tower in Hanoi, beating Landmark72
The 73-story tower is inspired by the lotus – the national flower of Vietnam. The 73-storey tower of The Matrix One will become a new symbol of development and evolution, making Hanoi a modern and civilized city on par with other countries in the region and the world.
The Matrix One 73-storey tower is designed in a tapering tower shape at the top, the base of the tower will include modern commercial centers and offices. The upper floor will be reserved for high-class apartments, leveraging itself in the real estate market in early 2020.
In addition to the focus of “the tallest building in Hanoi”, The Matrix One also has an ideal green ecosystem with a 14-hectare green park, utility systems, luxurious services and 4000m2 artificial lake to provide fresh air to the capital’s people, promising to bring the most authentic living experience for future residents.