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New US Embassy to be built on land lot with four facades

The 3.2ha land plot leased by the US Embassy to build a new headquarters has a prime location with four facades, adjacent to Pham Van Bach Street and Cau Giay park in Cau Giay district, Hanoi.

Within the framework of US Vice President Kamala Harris's visit to Vietnam, on August 25, Interim Representative of the US Embassy in Vietnam Christopher Klein and Director of the Hanoi Department of Natural Resources and Environment Bui Duy Cuong signed an agreement on the new location of the US Embassy in Vietnam. 

With a project budget of about 1.2 billion USD, the new headquarters of the US Embassy has a construction scale of more than 419,000m2. This will be a symbol of an important milestone in the diplomatic relations between the US and Vietnam.

 

Lô đất ‘kim cương’ 4 mặt tiền xây Đại sứ quán Mỹ mới tại Hà Nội

Overview of the land lot with four facades rented by the US Embassy to build its headquarters.

Lô đất ‘kim cương’ 4 mặt tiền xây Đại sứ quán Mỹ mới tại Hà Nội

The new headquarters of the US Embassy has an area of ​​3.2ha, construction scale of more than 419,000m2.

Lô đất ‘kim cương’ 4 mặt tiền xây Đại sứ quán Mỹ mới tại Hà Nội

The land lot is located right next to Cau Giay park, adjacent to Pham Van Bach Street.

Lô đất ‘kim cương’ 4 mặt tiền xây Đại sứ quán Mỹ mới tại Hà Nội

The building design is inspired by Ha Long Bay, demonstrating the forward-looking, dynamic, adaptive and transparent approach of US foreign policy.

Lô đất ‘kim cương’ 4 mặt tiền xây Đại sứ quán Mỹ mới tại Hà Nội

The landscape design of the Embassy Complex is inspired by the agricultural traditions of rice cultivation, the topography of the Mekong Delta and the Red River Delta.

Lô đất ‘kim cương’ 4 mặt tiền xây Đại sứ quán Mỹ mới tại Hà Nội

The land is fenced and enclosed.

Lô đất ‘kim cương’ 4 mặt tiền xây Đại sứ quán Mỹ mới tại Hà Nội

 

Lô đất ‘kim cương’ 4 mặt tiền xây Đại sứ quán Mỹ mới tại Hà Nội
 
Lô đất ‘kim cương’ 4 mặt tiền xây Đại sứ quán Mỹ mới tại Hà Nội

Previously, part of the land was leased as an auto showroom and car wash facility.
Lô đất ‘kim cương’ 4 mặt tiền xây Đại sứ quán Mỹ mới tại Hà Nội

The new US Embassy will be a testament to environmental sustainability and climate adaptability. The interior equipment will ensure health and energy savings through the use of sustainable materials with a high proportion of recycled materials, low carbon emissions and low volatile organic matter (VOC).

Hoai Nam

New campus of US Embassy worth $1.2b to be built in Hanoi

New campus of US Embassy worth $1.2b to be built in Hanoi

The signing ceremony was witnessed by US Vice President Kamala Harris and Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Chu Ngoc Anh.  

 

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