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Top King Building offers the most assuring property management

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Top King Building offers the most assuring property management

Situated in Phnom Penh’s finest and most revered Tuol Kork district, Top King Building is set to be a towering statement of contemporary living and working come October 2016, with its state-of-the-art facilities designed specially to meet contemporary lifestyle and needs. Besides its architectural splendour, the 34-storey development mansion block is further distinguished from its counterparts in the city by its first-rate property management helmed by Foxconn Technology Group.

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Awarded the best management enterprise in Taiwan by Finance Asia in 2009, the Taiwanese multinational electronics contract manufacturing company is reputed for its property management with an extensive portfolio in Taiwan and around the world.

“I invited the company to manage Top King Building, the first smart mansion in Phnom Penh,” said Chang Hui Jen, General Manager of Taiwan-based developer Top Team International Development Co. Ltd. “Regardless of the maintenance of our facilities or the training of our staff, you can be certain that our attentive management will deliver unsurpassed service and total satisfaction to our customers,” he added.

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Indeed, there is little reason to doubt his words.

With an around-the-clock concierge service, extensive disaster prevention facilities – complete with smoke detectors, automated fire sprinkler systems, and expert repair and maintenance services – as well as a comprehensive surveillance system facilitated by sophisticated smart technology, Top King Building promises its residents a peace of mind the moment they set foot in the luxurious mansion block.

“If a car entering the mansion is suspicious or comes from an unknown source, the system will be notified immediately and get in touch with the police,” Chang said.

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“If you live on the 16th floor but make your way to the 12th floor, the system will detect that as well,” Chang said, repeatedly reinforcing the message that residents can “buy [the property] feeling assured, live [in the property] feeling happy, and use [facilities in the property] feeling peaceful.”

Enhancing the allure of the building is its extremely versatile layout. With its third to 13th floor dedicated to office space and the 15th to 33rd to residences, Top King Building has a place for everyone, including enterprises – large or small.

“If it’s a small company with eight to 10 staff, a single 150 square metre unit will be comfortable,” he said. “If it’s a large enterprise, you can purchase the entire floor totalling to 1600 square metre, or even two floors totalling to 3200 square metre. You will have no problem accommodating 100 to 200 staff.”

All these features make Top King Building the ultimate trophy mansion block and a superb embodiment of unparalleled luxury, convenience, and security.

“It would be hard to imagine a lovelier place to call home,” Chang mused.

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