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D’Seaview construction moving fast

The official opening ceremony for Camhomes’ Sihanoukville office was held last Saturday, March 26, graced by a host of honourable guests, including Oknha Lav Kang from the Sihanoukville Chamber of Commerce.

With the launch of Camhomes’ Sihanoukville sales office, open daily beside the 2-Golden Lion Roundabout, Camhomes can now provide investors close-proximity information about D’seaview and other upcoming projects.

It is also just minutes away from the buzz of the D’Seaview construction site.

The D’Seaview construction is moving very quickly now. Already, 14 per cent of the piling work has been completed under the guidance of an international team of engineers, supervisors, and construction professionals.

Having accumulated more than 25 years of experience in the design, construction and management of property developments in Singapore since 1988, D’Seaview will incorporate the latest in construction methods and modern building management concepts from Singapore.

The use of precast panels will allow for a smoother and more consistent finish throughout the complex; hollow core precast panels also allow service connections to be hidden within the wall therefore minimising the need for hacking and plastering or exposed ductworks. Quality international standard fittings and fixtures will be used throughout, along with homogenous floor tiles, safety glass (for windows that extend below one metre in height), and a safe and quality assured elevator system, while wall tiles to wet areas come standard, and beautifully-crafted roof terraces are provided for selected units. Also, all bathrooms have windows to allow for natural light and ventilation, and all enclosed kitchens have windows for ample ventilation.

Naturally lighted and ventilated corridors, via cross-ventilation, ensure a high level of comfort in all common areas within D’Seaview. Most importantly, your new home will be a safe haven with a high level of security via separate commercial and residential car park levels, card access and an integrated intercom service.

Residential units will enjoy unrestricted sea views thanks to D’Seaview’s efficiently shaped floor plans. Prime units also include spacious balconies for outdoor enjoyment. Luxurious amenities fall right at your doorstep, with facilities such as a pool cafe, swimming pool, kids’ room, yoga room, library, and fully equipped function rooms.

Realise your housing and commercial dreams now, and visit Camhomes’ D’Seaview showrooms in Phnom Penh at the Canadia Tower, Level 3, or in Sihanoukville, near the 2-Golden Lion Roundabout, or check out the full listing information online at www.mycamhomes.com.

If you are in Sihanoukville this weekend, call the local sales team at +855 23 985 828 for a tour of the site and showroom.


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