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With D’Seaview, Sihanoukville’s first integrated mixed development breaks ground

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With D’Seaview, Sihanoukville’s first integrated mixed development breaks ground

D’Seaview brings Sihanoukville’s first fully integrated residential and commercial mixed development, located alongside Sihanoukville’s most beautiful beaches.

With its twin towers standing at 28 storeys each, D’Seaview will bring a collection of premium executive condominiums, commercial units and a hotel to Sihanoukville’s pioneer integrated living complex.

D’seaview’s waterfront location, close to Sokha beach, remains idyllic, yet the vicinity is overflowing with international and traditional Khmer dining, bars, discos, night markets, spas and shopping plazas.

The official D’Seaview groundbreaking ceremony will be held at the development’s building site on Saturday, 16 January, to celebrate the physical launch of Phase 1 of the project.

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All are invited by Camhomes to witness the occasion and join the festivities, starting from 8am onsite. The event will be presided over by H.E. Yun Min, Governor of Sihanoukville province.

Following the groundbreaking ceremony, a complimentary lunch will be provided for guests at the Sokha Hotel and Resort, Sihanoukville. In addition, Camhomes is offering a special “sure-to-win instant lucky dip” to award attractive prizes for new buyers who purchase a D’Seaview unit in the month of January.

The development, encompassing 735 residential units, offices and hotel units, is slated for completion in an estimated 28 months.

D’Seaview will give its residents a level of convenience that only a mixed use development can offer: living and shopping at the highest standards in the same building.

Not only can residents live, work and play within the complex, investing in a mixed development with both commercial and residential owners, and tenants offers a unique hedge against future inflation, assuring appreciation for your asset.

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D’Seaview’s integrated hotel is also open to bids from investors, as well as local shophouse-style blocks that are targeted at Cambodian retailers who would like to set up their business as well as live within the complex.

The resident’s lifestyle will reflect the quality of D’Seaview’s design concept, and already buyers are proud to gain the status of first movers for this momentous development. In the first phase of sales and booking, already over 80 per cent of the 300 units in phase 1 have been successfully subscribed by both local and international buyers at price per square metre ranging from $675 to $1943.

And it is no surprise that Cambodians and international investors are increasingly looking south for new property investment opportunities. Cambodia’s southern coastal resort town, Sihanoukville, is not only one of the nation’s premier tourism destinations, known for its tranquil beaches and idyllic islands, but it is also the fastest growing commercial city outside of Phnom Penh.

Sihanoukville is Cambodia’s coastal economic hub and is growing faster than ever; it is host to the nation’s sole deep-sea port, the largest Special Economic Zone, as well as a large scale oil and gas industry soon to commence extraction.

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As Sihanouk province grows in popularity, more flight and bus connections are being established, linking it to the rest of the country and region. Sihanoukville International Airport now operates flights from South Korea, Singapore and China, as well as daily flights to Siem Reap.

Realise your housing and commercial dreams now; and visit Camhomes’ D’Seaview showroom at Canadia Towers and talk to their property consultants, or check out the full listing information online at realestate.com.kh.

To find out more information about the D’Seaview groundbreaking ceremony, please call +855 23 985 828 today.

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