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De Castle Royal Condo sells out at construction expo

Chhour Hai Eng (far right), Director of Business Cooperation of Nuri D&C, the developer of De Castle Condo, with his staff.
Chhour Hai Eng (far right), Director of Business Cooperation of Nuri D&C, the developer of De Castle Condo, with his staff. Hong Menea

De Castle Royal Condo sells out at construction expo

A big sigh of relief could almost be heard from co-workers in the sales and management divisions of De Castle Company as its last 13 rooms for short-stay and permanent-living in De Castle Royal Condo had been abruptly purchased during the three-day construction show CamBuild 2013 at Koh Pich on September 10-12.

Chhour Hai Eng, director of Nuri D&C, the developer of De Castle Condo, said that during the expo there were a lot of potential clients coming to look at the photographs depicting the 32-storey De Cast Royal Condo, which stands higher than nearby buildings. The building is constructed on 3,000 square metres of land and will include a supermarket, swimming pool, gym, sauna and a steam room.  

“The engineering construction of De Castle Royal Condo is wonderful and high quality, suitable for convenient housing”, said Hai Eng, “Inside each room, we have a colourful decor and installed with modern furniture, meeting the high-quality standard of a five-star hotel.”     

Andre J Saw, director of sales and marketing for NURI D&C, said his company has been brining the condo-living lifestyle to Cambodians since 2008.

So far, the company has built and sold out four of its condo developments in Phnom Penh. The first De Castle condo is located near Tuol Kork and was completed in 2008.

The latest De Castle Royal has been built in the heart of a great location in Boeng Kengkang, the comfortable residential area of high-ranking civil servants, national and international organisation officials, diplomats and influential businessmen, said Saw.

Hai Eng said his company was offering their smaller, 130-square-metre units, which included one bedroom, a living room, kitchen and balcony for $130,000. Their two-bedroom units were sold for $200,000.      

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