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Local investors have unprecedentedly committed $70 million to building a borey development that aims to satisfy the needs of customers who desire an upscale and comfortable housing environment that doesn’t come in the form of condos

Thu, 22 September 2016

Sear Rithy determined to end Cambodian housing dilemma

Worldbridge Group chairman Sear Rithy is attempting to spearhead a $100 million public housing project which, if and when comes to fruition, will be the first affordable housing scheme in Cambodia.

Thu, 22 September 2016

Government urged to act upon Phnom Penh–Svay Chrum bridge

The district of Svay Chrum, where the government has – since 2013 – been planning to build a bridge linking the Mekong river from west to east, is currently in the spotlight because of its advantageous geographical standpoint and sl

Thu, 22 September 2016

Phnom Penh 2035: Directing forces in times of boom

Fuelled by vast streams of FDI, the construction sector last year was identified as the locomotive of Cambodia’s economy, providing the largest share of GDP growth ahead of the agriculture and the garment industries.

Thu, 22 September 2016

Phnom Penh City Center: The Kingdom’s Pearl

In rapidly prospering Cambodia, different central zones have sprouted up to cater to the growing number of banks, financial institutions, and office buildings entering the market.

Thu, 15 September 2016

Peak bodies say new law needed in real estate sector

A knight in shining armour could be on the horizon for the besieged Gold Tower 42, but the long-running saga looks set to continue in the absence of any formal offers.

Thu, 15 September 2016

Showrooms give pull factor for Phnom Penh real estate pitches

With more developers and more construction in Phnom Penh’s real estate market than ever before, there is inevitably more competition.

Thu, 15 September 2016

Real estate and construction sector underpins job creation

The real estate and construction sector continues to be an important driver for job creation in the Kingdom, with the industry creating employment for more than 200,000 Cambodians during the non-harvesting season, according to the M

Thu, 15 September 2016

Mini side road at Sihanouk-Sothearos junction causes chaos

Much-needed signage on a new road at the eastern end of Independence Monument has been set up after it was shown the four-metre wide street was causing traffic confusion.

Thu, 15 September 2016

Rising to the top in Toul Kork

Come October 2016, the affluently plush Toul Kork neighbourhood will welcome a new glamourous kid on the block. Hailing from Taiwan, developer Top Team International Development Co. Ltd.