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Dangkor villas planned

Dangkor villas planned

South Korean builder Vogo plans to begin constructing an 80-villa residential development next year on 2 hectares in Dangkor district on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, General Manager Tan Socheath said. Prices for villas will range from US$140,000 to $220,000 per unit, he said. It will be the developer’s second major development after a similar $3 million project near Phnom Penh International Airport. Only six of 79 villas remain to be sold in Vogo Village 1, Tan Socheath said.

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