HCI’s story began in 2013 – three years after Myanmar began a series of reforms on its path towards democracy.
The years following have brought much development and diversification in the commercial, retail and hospitality sub-sectors of Myanmar’s real estate industry. With the evolution of the market, we have built projects not just in the vibrant city of Yangon, but across the country as well. HCI has arranged transactions and negotiated leases with major landlords, advised corporations about strategy and expansion, and helped to raise millions of dollars in financing for Myanmar developments. This has been achieved in such a short span of time because of our firm commitment to honesty, transparency, ethics and flexibility.
HCI has closed over MMK 54.00 billion (USD 40.00 million) of leasing transactions, working with some of the largest domestic and international companies operating in Myanmar today.
This past year, we celebrated the beginning of a new era for Myanmar with the first free and fair election in over half a century. The country’s future is bright, and we are optimistic about the long-term prospects of Myanmar’s immense potential. We believe real estate is one of the main pillars that will power Myanmar’s economy, and HCI understands the importance of this vital industry. With the construction sector going at full speed, Myanmar’s real estate industry is on the path to reach even greater heights.
Supporting our clients closely in Myanmar’s real estate arena, HCI will continue to lead in leasing and consultancy. Our expanding presence in the market as well as our expertise in commercial, retail and hospitality space have enabled us to help our clients navigate both challenges and opportunities in the past year. Indeed, this has been an exciting time for HCI, and we have stayed agile in a fast-moving market, while keeping an ear to the ground to understand the market’s nuances and opportunities. As a result, HCI has closed over MMK 54.00 billion (USD 40.00 million) of leasing transactions, working with some of the largest domestic and international companies operating in Myanmar today.
With our assets and capabilities in the four main sectors of Myanmar’s property industry, HCI is well positioned to capture key opportunities arising from Myanmar’s accelerating development and global connectivity. All of us at HCI are excited about building upon our successes, and we look forward to working with you on this journey.
Mr Maung Nanda Aung