MoC to lease approximately 1,200 apartments in first phase of Thukha Dagon Public Rental Housing Project

3626 sskm
The apartments of Thukha Dagon Public Rental Housing are seen in Dagon Myothit (South) Township.

The Department of Urban and Housing Development, under the Ministry of Construction, has announced the commencement of renting for approximately 1,200 apartments, constituting the first phase of the Thukha Dagon Public Rental Housing Project in Dagon Myothit (South) Township.
Retired employees, civil servants, and individuals facing living challenges in Yangon Region will have the opportunity to apply for a five-year residence permit at the newly completed 1,200 apartments in the initial phase of the Thukha Dagon Public Rental Housing Project.
Interested applicants can obtain residence permit forms from the respective township administration offices, complete the required details, and submit the forms to the relevant township administration offices by the latest deadline of 31 July.
The housing project spans 171 acres of land near the intersection of No 2 Highway and No 7 Highway, encompassing 194 buildings with 3,104 apartments currently being constructed in the first phase. For this phase, the Myanmar Construction Entrepreneurs Federation (MCEF) and the Myanmar Licensed Contractors Association (MLCA) have allocated 97 buildings each for construction purposes. — MNA/CT


Share this post
Hot News
Hot News
Meat production should focus on frozen and dried products
Meiktila possesses chances to export surplus products to domestic and foreign markets
Weekly Roundup
Tatmadaw regains control of Pa-O Self-Administered Zone, Kayah State after raid by PNLO, PDF terrorist groups
MAI plans Yangon-Vientiane flights on 25 June
MMPO to present cash assistance to offspring for 2024-2025AY
Five new basic education, industrial, agri and livestock High Schools open in Mandalay
Myanmar, ASEAN Japan Centre envisage collaboration in 2024 projects
CBM authorizes two more forex companies for petty cash purchases
Kampaiti border set to hit US$5M trade target in June