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.
The housing market has been actively expanding in recent years and real estate prices have increased steadily, largely due to outside investment in
A Cambodian woman recently received a certificate that solidified her as an expert in international real estate – a first for a woman from Cambodia.
The spread of high-rise buildings and raft of construction sites across Phnom Penh are signs of sustainable development, but city planning experts say more thought needs to be put into where these structures are placed and how high
As the economic development rate in Cambodia keeps steady at 7 percent, the physical manifestations of this growth are seen through the development of many mixed-use high-rise buildings, highlighting the architectural collaborations
A monstrous commercial centre that aims to become a major Phnom Penh landmark will lift its halt on construction by the end of 2018 following a decision by investors to reorganise the project and redesign the structure.
After nearly four years under the Khmer Rouge regime, Cambodia lost a large swath of its population, natural resources and infrastructure development, with many of the country’s architectural feats left to fall into disrepair.
The Ministry of Economy and Finance has decided to restrict the number of licences given for construction investment projects and real estate properties in Cambodia in an effort to ensure that projects which are allowed to proceed w
Local investors have turned their attention to affordable housing projects in Phnom Penh with developments like Borey Vimear Phnom Penh, which launched its seventh project focusing on average-income and high-income residents along N
As construction booms across Phnom Penh, little attention is being paid to the city’s sewage system.
Post Property leaves no stone unturned in its search for the best information on Cambodia’s property and construction sector.
As local developers kickstart a variety of mid-priced housing projects, Post Property finds that local buyers earning around $8,000 a year could be spoiled for choice.
Recent years in Phnom Penh have seen a surge in the construction of sleek, contemporary-style buildings. These boutique projects have added spice to the city’s urban landscape.