On August 16 leading Asian property developer Hongkong Land announced that Exchange Square – the company’s latest development in Cambodia, and Phnom Penh’s newest Grade A commercial, retail and lifestyle property – has attracted high-profile anchor tenants including Hard Rock Café, Legend Cinema, Lucky Supermarket and contemporary design food court Nham Central.
Exchange Square’s commercial and retail occupancy rate is already at 70 percent and is expected to reach 80 percent by the end of the year. The compelling retail mix features a host of sought-after brands – some of which are entering the local market for the first time – including BERING, Combi, Crocs, Escentric Garden, Flight Booking Centre, Guardian Pharmacy, Havaianas, Levi’s, MDS, Owndays, Pandora, Power Play by KFour, SMART, Sneakers, The Warehouse, Time City and Yves Rocher. Well-known F&B outlets include Amazon Café, Asian Kitchen, Bonchon, Cold Stone Creamery, Lucky Burger, San Francisco Caffe, Starbucks and Sushi Tei. Photos by Pha Lina
As Switzerland contends with one of the worst coronavirus surges in Europe, the Swiss are gripped by one melting-hot question: is it still safe to