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More than $3.4 million spent in 2017 on capital infrastructure

Publication date 17 November 2017 | 13:22 | ICT

The national government has spent more than $3.4 million on infrastructure in the capital in the first seven months of the year – not including money spent on sewage upgrades and municipal building and bridge maintenance.

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  • Urbanloft to build luxury condos north of the capital

    Publication date 17 November 2017 | 13:25 | ICT

    As the condo market in Phnom Penh continues to improve and the population continues to grow, more and more development projects are emerging north of the city.

  • A bridge under construction over the Tonle Sap.

    OCIC begins work on Chroy Changvar satellite city

    Publication date 17 November 2017 | 08:28 | ICT

    OCIC unveiled plans this week for their “City of the Future” satellite city in Chro Changvar featuring a commercial center and a mixed-use housing development.

  • Grace Rachny Fong (centre), recieves her awards.

    Cambodian woman awarded expert certificate by international real estate group

    Publication date 17 November 2017 | 08:30 | ICT

    A Cambodian woman recently received a certificate that solidified her as an expert in international real estate – a first for a woman from Cambodia.

  • Unfinished construction projects are causing problems within the real estate industry.  SRENG MENG SRUN

    Scandals and problems are mounting in land sale deals

    Publication date 09 November 2017 | 13:48 | ICT

    Scandals are beginning to brew now that the real estate market is expanding with more affordable housing and cheaper land prices.

  • Children play in the housing community built by the Cambodian Children’s Fund. SRENG MENG SRUN

    NGOs fill affordable housing gap

    Publication date 09 November 2017 | 13:41 | ICT

    The government and investment companies are joining forces to build affordable housing for middle-income citizens and social housing for the country’s poorest residents.

  • Land Management Minister Chea Sophara (third from right) and Arakawa executives participate in a groundbreaking ceremony.

    Arakawa to build affordable housing for public servants and teachers

    Publication date 09 November 2017 | 13:36 | ICT

    The housing market has been actively expanding in recent years and real estate prices have increased steadily, largely due to outside investment in the sector.

  • Gold Tower 42 has been under construction since 2008.

    Gold Tower 42 owner promises to finish work

    Publication date 09 November 2017 | 13:27 | ICT

    The owner of the Gold Tower 42 development project has restated his promise to finish constructing the massive building, with construction to restart in 2018.

  • One of many colonial buildings remaining in Kampot town.

    Culture Ministry seeks to preserve heritage structures

    Publication date 02 November 2017 | 10:48 | ICT

    Cambodia is littered with an overwhelming number of architectural heritage sites from a range of periods throughout the country’s history, and these intangible pieces of cultural history play an important role in preserving parts of

  • There are many high-rise buildings under construction as condominiums and apartments flood the market.

    Apartments and condos battle for potential customers

    Publication date 02 November 2017 | 10:47 | ICT

    As the market for housing in Phnom Penh continues to expand, condominium developers are now looking to get into the game, offering to rent their units instead of selling them.

  • Century21 making big move to provinces

    Publication date 02 November 2017 | 10:46 | ICT

    In an effort to professionalise the real estate industry and reduce investment risk in the sector, Century 21 Cambodia is preparing to expand its services to 23 provinces by 2018.