With over $200 million in investment secured, the Sea Gate luxury condo project has started to sell units. Cheng Kheng, head of the advisory board at the Hutton CPL real estate company, said the real estate market was booming in Cambodia
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 is home to some of the world’s most astoundingly beautiful islands, bursting at the seams with white sand, clear water and an overabundance
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.
A new report by the World Bank says the Cambodian government needs to invest in infrastructure and social protection to make city life in the Kingdom sustainable. John Clamp reports.
Residents of Phnom Penh endure flash flooding on a regular basis in the rainy season. Siv Meng asked them who is to blame, and what might be done about it.
As large sections of old Phnom Penh are bulldozed to make way for new development, the fate of some of the city’s notable architecture hangs in the balance. Post Property tracks the fate of the city’s movie theatres and