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Sky Tree Condominium is in the heart of future Phnom Penh

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Sky Tree Condominium is in the heart of future Phnom Penh

Located in the upcoming northern district of Toul Sangke, J&L Property Development’s Sky Tree Condominium stands out as more than a place to live: it is a place to call home with an excellent address.

The 32-storey development consists of 1,104 units, starting at 61.75 square metres of which 70 percent are already sold or booked (phase one, tower A).

Foreigners and locals alike can purchase units and earn freehold property titles.

Located near the upcoming central business district (CBD), surrounded by a hub of educational institutions, entertainment centers, renown design centers, multinational brand stores, shopping malls and many consumer products and services make Sky Tree’s location in Phnom Penh superior. The environment perfectly caters to the rich and famous.

Especially to owners of Sky Tree condominiums, who will be part of a multinational and multicultural community and experience a new lifestyle.

In the future, this area is on top of the priority list for infrastructure development under the government’s urban development plans termed Phnom Penh Land Use for 2035, which already makes the property in the area precious.

Toul Sangke is certainly a lot more attractive in terms of pricing compared with more central locations such as BKK1 and Tonle Bassac. As infrastructure continues to improve to the north of the city, there is good potential for this location to outperform the market average.

With the improvement of Street 598 and Hanoi Road in the area, there has been significant growth in the number of borey developments under construction, in addition to the development of Aeon Mall 2 near Camko City.

The many developments on the way around J&L’s Sky Tree will greatly improve the quality of life in the area and contribute to the value appreciation as much as great infrastructure.

Early birds who are buying and investing in J&L’s project Sky Tree development can thus earn a very high return on their investment [ROI].

For Tower A that is constructed in phase one of the development only a very limited number of units is still available, which is why buyers should rush to make a booking.

Special offers are given to those who book now so buyers are urged to come to Sky Tree’s sales office and talk to the sales consultants to find out which special offers and privileges are on this week.

Call Mr. A. Ganesan, assistant to the CEO of J&L Property, for more information:
+855 (0)66 501 688, email: [email protected]
LINE ID: 066501688, WeCHAT ID: a066501688 WSAPP ID: +85566501688


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