The site and showroom for Thai Boon Roong Group’s 133-storey twin tower complex remain quiet, but the project’s chief architect insists construction will begin soon.
Reflections on Cambodia and Japan relations by Ambassador Pou Sothirak, Executive Director of the Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace and Former Cambodian Ambassador to Japan (2005-2008) and recipient of the Order
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Sunrise Japan Hospital Phnom Penh has expanded emergency services and added a new pediatrics wing.
Supply is up, but so are occupancy rates, with new office space to be added to the market this year, including the first strata-titled units.
Last week’s inauguration of a massive new cement plant in Kampot able to supply 5,000 tonnes of cement a day to the local market is expected to put a dent in imports, but even with more cement factories coming online this year deman
Infrastructure is the key to Phnom Penh’s orderly expansion and long-term growth, but the government has not made its master plan available to developers, which has resulted in haphazard planning that has left many parts of the capi
Plans have been floated for an enormous skyscraper, which reports suggest could reach over half a kilometre into the sky, to replace the iconic Hotel Cambodiana at the confluence of the Tonle Sap and Mekong rivers in Phnom Penh.
Land prices in Arey Ksat have been steadily rising on the expectation that two planned bridges to connect the area will increase property values.
The recently announced World Trade Centre Phnom Penh is the first project by a Japanese construction company in the capital’s Tuol Tompong neighbourhood.
The imminent completion of a rail link between Thailand and Cambodia and the opening of two new international border crossings have renewed prospects for commercial growth in Poipet and pushed up real estate prices.