Yoma Central connects the crossroads of Yangon's past, present and future at the historic junction between Bogyoke Aung San Road and Sule Pagoda Road, where the world's greatest landsmen, artists and statesmen once lived and worked. The Maison Continental, famed for its European confectionery, sat just across the street to where Yoma Central is today. Nearby, the renowned Smart and Mookerdum bookstore was once a favourite of George Orwell and U Thant. It is this illustrious heritage of Yangon that we honour in our mission to restore the 19th century headquarters of the Burma Railway Company into The Peninsula Yangon hotel.
Situated at the heart of downtown, Yoma Central sits amongst the cultural and business centre of Myanmar's commercial capital. The modern revival of this great city is witnessed all around us in our bustling downtown neighbourhood, surrounded by cinemas, cafes, cultural attractions, popular eateries and streets brimming with life. The development harnesses road, rail and pedestrian traffic to benefit from the local area and return the benefit in kind.
A unique collaboration between the most respected companies in Myanmar and the world.
Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd.
First Myanmar Investment Ltd.
Mitsubishi Estate Company Ltd.
International Finance Corporation
Asian Development Bank
Hongkong Shanghai Hotels Ltd.
Balmond / Studio
Mitsubishi Jisho Property Management Co., Ltd.
Westin Hotels and Resorts
The Peninsula Yangon
The Peninsula Residences Yangon
Environmental & Social Sustainability
A vision for Social Sustainability
As part of our wider vision for the future of Yangon, Yoma Central is investing in our neighbourhood and making sure that everyone will benefit from this landmark city development.
We believe that by supporting our local communities, Yoma Central can become a beacon of hope for residents right across Yangon, enriching the real cultural and social fabric that underpins this great city.
Engineered for Environmental Excellence
Environmental Compliance Certified
Yoma Central has undertaken a full Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and was awarded its Environmental Compliance Certificate (ECC) in 2019.
Getting the Environmental EDGE
Yoma Central has adopted IFC EDGE (Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies) as a sustainability standard for green design and construction principles.
Passive design features
Using low E glazing windows to reduce solar heat gain, the development will utilize natural day light and ventilation to minimize energy consumption.
Read more about our Social Sustainability Projects
Social Sustainability Projects
Yangon boasts the largest density of colonial architecture in the world -- the city’s urban landscape is dotted with historical relics nestled between stark steel high rises, crumbling apartment blocks, and gated modern homes. As the city modernises, these structures
Until the introduction of state-wide environmental impact assessment procedures in 2015, there was little incentive for real estate developers in Myanmar to adhere to local or international environmental regulations. When the Yoma Central project was greenlit in 2013, Yoma Land’s
Discover the people behind the project. This month’s Yoma Central Profiles features Khin Sandy Linn, our E&C Compliance Manager. Khin Sandy Linn is an E&S Compliance Manager at SPA Design and Project Services Ltd. She is responsible for project compliance when