Stalls of New Mingala Market set to complete at end of June

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Construction site of New Mingala Market. photo : Soe Myint Aung

The government constructs the New Mingala Market in Mingala Taungnyunt Township and the construction of the four-storey building, including the basement where the old shop owners operated, will be completed by the end of June, according to the officials of the market construction site.
The market is constructed by the San Myat Tun Company at the cost of K68 billion.
It will be a 17-storey building with a two-storey basement car park and the construction process will be conducted by skilled engineers and workers using heavy machinery following the COVID-19 health rules. There will be banks, restaurants and supermarkets on the ground floor and from 6th to 13th floors including the two-storey basement car park can accommodate more than 700 cars. There will be also shops and warehouses on the 9th and 10th floors while the offices will be on the 11th and 13th floors. There will be more than 1,000 stalls from the 5th to 8th floors managed by the construction companies. The YCDC will manage the first four-storey of the market complex for vendors who rented the stalls for a fire outbreak.
The officials accelerate the operation to be completed as quickly as possible and it is estimated that the first four-storey will complete by the end of June and to reopen the stalls by the end of August. Moreover, the entire market building is also estimated to complete in October.
Upon the completion of the New Mingala Market, it can make profits for more than 40,000 people including vendors, staff and customers and so the market will become more alive than before. — Pwint Thitsar/GNLM

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