The government has signed off on a proposal to build a new airport to serve Phnom Penh and has earmarked land in Kandal province for the $1.5 billion project.
LYP Group, a conglomerate owned by prominent businessman and ruling party senator Ly Yong Phat, has broken ground on its first dedicated borey
As a country develops, its citizens often begin to create larger and larger businesses. Phnom Penh has grown with the state and private sector as
Each country develops at its own pace, and this pace is often reflected in the amount of foreign investment and subsequent social benefits gained.
Cambodia will have its third architecture and design exhibition in May next year in response to the growing demand for expertly designed structures and beautiful buildings.
As construction has boomed in Phnom Penh over the last few years, the bevy of flats, houses, villas, Boreys and condominiums being built on a near constant basis has more than met demand for new real estate space.
The construction and architecture industries in Cambodia are expanding rapidly. Post Property’s Moeun Nhean interviewed Hun Chan San, vice president of CSA [Cambodian Society of Architects], about the changing architect
In an effort to make their housing development project more attractive, the company behind Borey Peng Houth decided to put down another $60 million to create an international-standard amusement park along National Road 1.
A2A Town Cambodia has decided to invest $20 million in villas at the VKirirom Pine Resort in Phnom Srouch district, Kampong Speu province.
A city’s infrastructure is composed of not only buildings, roads, bridges, parks and shopping malls, but canals.
Cambodia is attempting to tackle its national and international development goals, and its efforts began in earnest with the development of Meanchey commune, a wide swath of land covering 12 districts on the southern end of Phnom Pe
The year is coming to an end, and it has proven to be golden for Cambodia and investors in the construction and real estate sectors. Simultaneously, we are looking forward to 2018 to see if there will be any changes.
Though the political situation seems to be tense right now, Borey investors are still moving forward with their new projects.