MUSE -- Constructions of the walk-in market and shop houses are 80% complete at the Muse Central Economic Zone project being implemented along Shweli River at the Myanmar-China border in Muse Township, northern Shan State.
The project is jointly developed by the Regional Development Project of the Shan State Government Committee and New Star Light Company since the beginning of April 5, 2013. All the projects will be finished in 2017.
Ks 93.8 billion have been already invested in the first phase of the project.
“A walk-in market and shop houses are situated in the project’s zone-1. Now, the construction tasks are 80% complete. We plan to handover the shops to the owners in May,” said Ngwe Soe, director of the Muse Central Economic Zone Project.
In Muse economic zone project, a three-storey walk-in market and eight apartments with 192 shop houses are being constructed.
The project will comprise condominium complexes including supermarkets; three-storey market and sale centre, two-star or four-star hotels, restaurants, bank branches, office buildings, single houses, public car park, telecommunication centres as well as power distribution agency.