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People walk in front of Vattanac Capital Tower and Canadia Tower, with the newly opened Exchange Square visible in the background.

Supply of office space to grow, diversify

Publication date 16 February 2018 | 11:29 | ICT

Supply is up, but so are occupancy rates, with new office space to be added to the market this year, including the first strata-titled units.



  • Government approves plan to relocate Phnom Penh’s airport

    Publication date 19 January 2018 | 08:29 | ICT

    The government has signed off on a proposal to build a new airport to serve Phnom Penh and has earmarked land in Kandal province for the $1.5 billion project.

  • Motorists pass below signs in Phnom Penh marking the turnoff to the start of National Road 4.

    Expressway project ready to move

    Publication date 19 January 2018 | 16:53 | ICT

    More details on a planned four-lane expressway to link Cambodia’s capital and principal seaport have emerged following a high level state visit by a Chinese delegation earlier this month, though the timeline for its construction has

  • Sen Sok district’s new Makro store.

    Tycoon makes first foray into borey market

    Publication date 19 January 2018 | 08:30 | ICT

    LYP Group, a conglomerate owned by prominent businessman and ruling party senator Ly Yong Phat, has broken ground on its first dedicated borey project and will develop rows of premium shophouses in its Pong Peay City development on

  • Green and blue mesh cover buildings under construction in Phnom Penh.

    Experts optimistic on property sector in 2018

    Publication date 12 January 2018 | 06:52 | ICT

    Experts and investors in the property sector are optimistic about the growth of the Kingdom’s real estate market in 2018 and have expressed confidence in the sector’s viability.

  • A small boat lies anchored next to Koh Por island near Kep.

    Ministry to study potential of coastal islands

    Publication date 12 January 2018 | 06:51 | ICT

    The Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction will send experts from its Cadastral Survey Department to study the investment potential of 75 islands that lie off Cambodia’s coast.

  • A new prakas requires all signage at real estate construction sites to be written in Khmer language, which could reduce confusion and ambiguity.

    New rules for clearer language on project signage

    Publication date 12 January 2018 | 06:50 | ICT

    The government has issued new regulations that require and define the use of Khmer language on signs, banners and announcements displayed at construction sites.

  • New condos being built in Phnom Penh.

    Competition on rentals tightens as supply swells

    Publication date 12 January 2018 | 06:49 | ICT

    The marketing of condominiums and apartments in Cambodia is becoming increasingly challenging as supply swells and rental prices come under pressure.

  • One of the construction projects of Borey Peng Huoth.

    CEO of Borey Peng Huoth: Borey market will continue rising in long run

    Publication date 30 December 2017 | 13:07 | ICT

    When it comes to Boreys in Cambodia, everyone knows Borey Peng Huoth is built with international standards and has received an enormous amount of support from local and international customers.

  • The large project of Aeon Mall 2 in Sen Sok district.

    Sen Sok district: Where real estate is growing like mushrooms

    Publication date 29 December 2017 | 08:42 | ICT

    As a country develops, its citizens often begin to create larger and larger businesses. Phnom Penh has grown with the state and private sector as domestic and foreign investors have flooded the real estate market.

  • The view from the top of Burj Khalifa building in Dubai, UAE. Photo supplied

    The development of Dubai has provided diverse work to all nations

    Publication date 30 December 2017 | 13:06 | ICT

    Dubai is one of eight cities in the United Arab Emirates and it is a perfect example of how infrastructure such as roads, bridges and high rise buildings can modernise an area that was once a desert.