ដី​ទំហំ​៥.២៩០​ម៉ែត្រការ៉េ លក់​ក្នុង​តម្លៃ​ចរចា​៣០០​ដុល្លារ​ក្នុង​១​ម៉ែត្រការ៉េ

ដោយ៖ សហការី

ថ្ងៃចន្ទ ទី២ ខែវិច្ឆិកា ឆ្នាំ២០១៥ ម៉ោង ០៩:៥២

ក្រុម​ហុ៑​ន​អចលនទ្រព្យ ឆៃ​លី​ន ស៊ា រៀល​ធី ហៅ​កាត់ (​ស៊ី​អិ​ល​) ស្ថិត​នៅ​សង្កាត់​ចោម​ចៅ ខណ្ឌដង្កោ ម្តុំ​ខាងក្រោយ​ឧទ្យាន​ឧស្សាហ៍កម្ម​កា​ណា​ឌី​យ៉ា ដោយ​ចុះ​ពី​ផ្លូវ​វេ​ង​ស្រេង​ប្រហែល​១​គីឡូម៉ែត្រ តាម​ផ្លូវ​ដែល​មាន​ចាក់​បេតុង​ហើយ​ជា​ស្រេច​។ ទីតាំង​នេះ សាក​សម​បំផុត​សម្រាប់​សាងសង់​ជា​រោងចក្រ ឃ្លាំង ផ្ទះ​សម្រាប់​ជួល ឬ​ជា​ផ្ទះល្វែង​សម្រាប់​លក់ ដែល​មាន​ទំហំ​៥.២៩០​ម៉ែត្រការ៉េ (​ប្លង់​រឹង​ស្រាប់​) ដាក់​លក់​ក្នុង​តម្លៃ​៣0០​ដុល្លារ​/១​ម៉ែត្រការ៉េ (​ចរចារ​បាន​)​។

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សូម ​បញ្ជាក់​ថា ក្រុមហ៊ុន​អចលនទ្រព្យ ឆៃ​លី​ន ស៊ា រៀល​ធី ជា​ក្រុមហ៊ុន​ដែល​មាន​ជំនាញ វាយតម្លៃ​អចលនទ្រព្យ​ច្បាស់ ដែល​បាន​ចុះបញ្ជី​ពាណិជ្ជកម្ម​លេខ ០៥៣៥/២០១៣ ព​ណ​.​ចប​ព​, មាន​អាជ្ញាប័ណ្ណ​វាយតម្លៃ​អចលនវត្ថុ​លេខ​១២២ សហ​វ​.​ឧ​ហ​, អាជ្ញាប័ណ្ណ​សេវាកម្ម​អចលនវត្ថុ​លេខ​១១៩ សហ​វ​.​ឧ​ហ​, ប័ណ្ណ​ប៉ាតង់​សម្រាប់​សេវាកម្ម​អចលនវត្ថុ​លេខ​០១២៧៦ អ​ព​ដ​/​ស​ខ​/​ចម​, និង​វិ​ញ្ញាប​ន​ប័ត្រ​វាយតម្លៃ អចលវត្ថុ​លេខ ០២៥៣៥ អ​ព​ដ​/​ស​ខ​/​ចម និង​ជា​សមាជិក សមាគម​អ្នក​វាយតម្លៃ និង​សេវាកម្ម​អចលន វត្ថុ​កម្ពុជា​លេខ ០០២៤ ស​.​វ​.​អ​.​ក​។

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វីឡា​នៅ​ច្បារ​អំពៅ​លក់​ក្នុង​តម្លៃ​១៤​ម៉ឺន​ដុល្លារ បើ​ជួល​៣០០​ដុល្លារ​ក្នុង​មួយ​ខែ

ដោយ៖ សហការី

ថ្ងៃព្រហស្បតិ៍ ទី២៩ ខែតុលា ឆ្នាំ២០១៥ ម៉ោង ១៥:០៨

ក្រុមហ៊ុន​អចលនទ្រព្យ​ឆៃ​លី​ន ស៊ា រៀល​ធី ខូ​អិ​ល​ធី​ឌី ហៅ​កាត់ (​ស៊ី​អិ​ល​) ប្រកាស​លក់ ឬ​ជួល វីឡា​នៅ​ច្បារ​អំពៅ ក្រោយ​វត្ត​និ​រោ​ត​ដែល​មាន ៖
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សូម​បញ្ជាក់​ថា ក្រុមហ៊ុន​អចលនទ្រព្យ ឆៃ​លី​ន ស៊ា រៀល​ធី ជា​ក្រុមហ៊ុន​ដែល​មាន​ជំនាញ​វាយតម្លៃ​អចលនទ្រព្យ​ច្បាស់ ដែល​បាន​ចុះបញ្ជី​ពាណិជ្ជកម្ម​លេខ ០៥៣៥/២០១៣ ព​ណ​.​ចប​ព​, មាន​អាជ្ញាប័ណ្ណ​វាយតម្លៃ​អចលនវត្ថុ​លេខ​១២២ សហ​វ​.​ឧ​ហ​, អាជ្ញាប័ណ្ណ​សេវាកម្ម​អចលនវត្ថុ​លេខ​១១៩ សហ​វ​.​ឧ​ហ​, ប័ណ្ណ​ប៉ាតង់​សម្រាប់​សេវាកម្ម​អចលនវត្ថុ​លេខ​០១២៧៦ អ​ព​ដ​/​ស​ខ​/​ចម​, និង​វិ​ញ្ញាប​ន​ប័ត្រ​វាយតម្លៃ អចលវត្ថុ​លេខ ០២៥៣៥ អ​ព​ដ​/​ស​ខ​/​ចម និង​ជា​សមាជិក សមាគម​អ្នក​វាយតម្លៃ និង​សេវាកម្ម​អចលន វត្ថុ​កម្ពុជា​លេខ ០០២៤ ស​.​វ​.​អ​.​ក​។Read Original text

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Proper parking plans lag behind economic growth

Thu, 22 October 2015

phnompenh-parkingAs Phnom Penh’s skyline creeps upwards, the city’s roads have become bottlenecks clogged with cars. With a lack of urban planning and the implementation of traffic regulations, private sector developers have been left to their own devices when designing projects to make up for the deficiency of parking space. While developers used to turn a blind eye to parking, some are now seeing that it is an asset that works in their favour.

Though it is difficult to calculate the current level of parkable space in the city—which usually includes sidewalks—the need for more space is beyond doubt.

According to the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, more than 320,000 vehicles were registered in 2014, an increase of 14 per cent from the previous year, among which, 283,977 are motorbikes and 39,531 are cars and trucks, both increasing by 15.9 and 6.3 per cent respectively.

Cambodia’s latest Socio-Economic Survey 2014, that was published earlier this month by the National Institute of Statistics (NIS), measured that 20 per cent of Phnom Penh’s 369,000 households owned one or more cars, totaling to 73,800 households.
Five years earlier, of the 251,100 households living in Phnom Penh, 50,200 owned at least one car.

This 8 per cent average annual growth of households settling, as well as owning cars in Phnom Penh only represents private ownership not used for commercial purposes.

While the country remained home to more than 2.7 million vehicles at the end of 2014, according to government data, there has not been a proper survey to predict future demand of parking spaces.

Regardless, David Knight, general manager of Australian based Secure Parking Ltd., which set up and manages the parking system at Aeon mall, believes a simple observation is as telling as statistical information. “It is very difficult to walk on footpaths as they are parked with cars. If you have to get rid of that, you have to put the cars somewhere else.”

Fast economic development at the cost of living standards
According to Rami Sharaf, CEO of World Bridge International and also the ex-chairman of Cambodia Automotive Industry Federation, every year, 40,000 new cars on average are added to the country’s road, which is already resulting in longer traffic jams and parking problems. Sharaf noted that parking issues are particularly acute in concentrated developed parts of the city like BKK1 and around major markets.

The increase in the number of automotives can be considered a sign of Phnom Penh’s rapid urbanisation, according to Silas Everett, country representative for The Asia Foundation.

Comparing the Kingdom with some of the most congested cities in South East Asia, such as Jakarta, Manila and Bangkok, Everett said: “Phnom Penh is not yet at a debilitating level of traffic, but the rate of traffic growth driven by improving economic conditions and the number of personal vehicles being purchased, the growth of the urban population and the lack of viable widespread transportation alternatives could quickly see the problem spiral out of control.”

“Urbanisation can bring people closer to jobs, services and new ideas, but increased population density is not a guarantee that these benefits will be found,” said Everett. “Without proper planning, urbanization can actually lower the standard of living for residents.”

If the problem of parking is not addressed, Everett said cars will continue to envelop the little sidewalk space there is, thus restricting safe pedestrian movements or leading to double parking. Both would result in more congestion and more pollution, lowering the overall quality of life for residents.Read Original text


ដី​ទំហំ​១.៣០០​ម៉ែត្រការ៉េ នៅ​ផ្លូវ​ហាណូយ លក់​ក្នុង​តម្លៃ​៥៥​ម៉ឺន​ដុល្លារ

ដោយ៖ សហការី

ថ្ងៃចន្ទ ទី២៦ ខែតុលា ឆ្នាំ២០១៥ ម៉ោង ១៤:១៨

ក្រុម​ហុ៑​ន​អចលនទ្រព្យ ឆៃ​លី​ន ស៊ា រៀល​ធី ហៅ​កាត់ (​ស៊ី​អ៊ិ​ល​) ប្រកាស​លក់​ដី​បន្ទាន់​នៅ​ផ្លួ​វ​ហាណូយ បត់​ចុះ​ប្រហែល​50​ម៉ែត្រ ដែល​មាន​ទំហំ​ដី 20mx65m ទីតាំង​នេះ​ស្ថិត​នៅ​លើ​ផ្លូវ​ល្អ មាន​សុវត្ថិភាព ធ្វើ​ដំណើរ​បាន​ស្រួល ចំណែកឯ​ទីតាំង​គឺជា​ទីតាំង​ល្អ​អាច​សាងសង់​ជា​ឃ្លាំង អគារ​អ​ផាត់​មិន ខន់​ដូរ និង​ការិយាល័យ​ផ្សេង​ៗ មាន​ប្លង់​រឹង​ស្រាប់ ។

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សូម​បញ្ជាក់​ថា ក្រុមហ៊ុន​អចលនទ្រព្យ ឆៃ​លី​ន ស៊ា រៀល​ធី ជា​ក្រុមហ៊ុន​ដែល​មាន​ជំនាញ​វាយតម្លៃ​អចលនទ្រព្យ​ច្បាស់ ដែល​បាន​ចុះបញ្ជី​ពាណិជ្ជកម្ម​លេខ ០៥៣៥/២០១៣ ព​ណ​.​ចប​ព​, មាន​អាជ្ញាប័ណ្ណ​វាយតម្លៃ​អចលនវត្ថុ​លេខ​១២២ សហ​វ​.​ឧ​ហ​, អាជ្ញាប័ណ្ណ​សេវាកម្ម​អចលនវត្ថុ​លេខ​១១៩ សហ​វ​.​ឧ​ហ​, ប័ណ្ណ​ប៉ាតង់​សម្រាប់​សេវាកម្ម​អចលនវត្ថុ​លេខ​០១២៧៦ អ​ព​ដ​/​ស​ខ​/​ចម​, និង​វិញ្ញ​បន​ប័ត្រ​វាយតម្លៃ អចលវត្ថុ​លេខ ០២៥៣៥ អ​ព​ដ​/​ស​ខ​/​ចម និង​ជា​សមាជិក សមាគម​អ្នក​វាយតម្លៃ និង​សេវាកម្ម​អចលន វត្ថុ​កម្ពុជា​លេខ ០០២៤ ស​.​វ​.​អ​.​ក​។Read Original text

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Kep real estate comes of age

Fri, 23 October 2015

outlookWhen Dan Kreis, founder, owner and operator of Kep Lodge Eco-Resort, arrived in Kep for the first time in 2005, he found only a handful of locally-owned guesthouses, less than 10 foreign residents, no supermarket, no electricity, no local bar, a coastline littered with little more than deserted villas and an extremely small turnover of tourist traffic.

Ten years on, and now selling his business at a margin that would have seemed like a fantastic joke in 2005, Kreis has witnessed, and in many ways assisted, Kep’s growth in becoming one of Cambodia’s most highly regarded tourism destinations and an attractive real estate market.

What Kreis also discovered back in 2005 was an unspoilt national park with mountains and lush forests reminiscent of his homeland, Switzerland. So, having since given up on launching a resort in the already-saturated Thai market and unsold on the tourism hot pot that is Sihanoukville, Kreis found his paradise in the empty hillsides of Kep.

After six months of searching for the ideal property, Kreis settled on a block of hillside land backing onto the Kep National Park. Here, tranquility and a view of the ocean were assured at $5 per square metre for a long term lease of 70 years.

Locals, who preferred to live along the main artery road in 2005 where prices were around $60 per square metre, warned Kreis that his tourism venture was absurd. “No tourists will want to climb up the hill to find your property,” they said, and fears still remained among some that Khmer Rouge cadres may be hiding in the mountains ranges of Kep, the region known as one of the last remaining strongholds of the regime. Kreis ignored the local critics though, believing that, “the land was ideal, surely at some point the tourists would have to arrive.”

Opening with a six bungalow operation in 2007, having built the lodge from scratch with a local team of builders, Kep Lodge became the first western owned and operated business in Kep and the first eco-tourism venture.

Water was well sourced and filtered for guests; as electricity was very limited, water was heated solely with gas; inputs, including the Swiss-inspired menu, were almost all locally sourced; and all outputs of the business were put to use in innovative and ecologically friendly ways.

One of the most exhausting tasks at this stage, recalls 46-year-old Kreis, was staff training. As Kep’s local education system was near non-existent, and the tourism and construction labour pool enjoyed by Phnom Penh entrepreneurs was impossible to tap from the coast, Kreis had to train his staff extensively, always starting at absolute basics. Tellingly, the first Khmer language Kreis learnt was, “If you don’t do it right first time, you do it again!”

But Kreis’s job was far from done when the bungalows were built. He still had to find a way to communicate to travelers that Kep was a worthy tourism destination. Unlike today, very few tourists were aware of Kep whatsoever, since it wasn't in guidebooks, and it wasn’t online, and even less were aware of Kreis’s eco-lodge hidden in overgrowth halfway up the hillside.

For this challenge, Kreis’ Swiss background in web development and tourism marketing came in handy. By 2007, Kreis had finally managed to get the internet on site via a satellite connection to a Thai internet provider. At this stage, hotel booking sites were not well developed or used in Cambodia, so Kreis had to make his own.

Kreis begun to create a series of websites in a variety of languages (French, English, German) to highlight the perks of Kep as an ecotourism destination, the most famous of which being visitkep.com. He also engaged Facebook and other social media to advertise his village paradise, and ultimately, draw customers to Kep Lodge.

His plan worked, and Kep soon begun to emerge as another stopover in the Cambodian tour. Even in 2007, the lodge enjoyed 80 per cent occupancy on average across the year.

“Kep’s proximity to Phnom Penh has also made it attractive to expats living in the capital,” says Kreis. These holidayers, predominantly western, come for the boutique style and comfort of Kep Lodge’s bungalows, meanwhile, respecting Kreis’s desire to let guests live close to nature.

In 2015, Kep Lodge has expanded to 13 boutique bungalows, occupied almost year round, with a tropical fruit orchard, elegant restaurant and clubhouse, an infinity salt-water hillside swimming pool, and a collection of the most hospitable hotel staff you are likely to find. Now, the land that Kreis’ dream resort sits upon is valued at up to $90 per square metre, with land by the main road in Kep as high as $150-$200 per square metre.

Looking across Kep Village today, the real estate market has expanded beyond comparison too. Around 90 guesthouses are now scattered across the sleepy beach town, with over 50 restaurants and around 200 permanent expat residents - a welcome change for Kreis, who found his early years in Kep isolated from the outside world.

“In fact,” notes Kreis, “Over Pchum Ben holiday this year, we saw traffic jams in Kep Village, as holiday makers from across the country took to the coast in numbers like we have never seen before.”Read Original textRead Original text


Skylar Meridian’s ‘Lifestyle Redefined’ matches latest socio-economic trends

Thu, 22 October 2015

lobbyUrbanisation and increasing disposable income for the wealthiest 10 per cent of Phnom Penh’s population are among the most obvious findings from Cambodia Socio-Economic Survey 2014 (CSES) published by the National Institute of Statistics (NIS) earlier this month.

In coordination with the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), the report surveyed 12,000 Cambodian households. An interpretation of the data shows that the wealth of the urban middle- and upper-class has risen sharply from 2012 to 2014.

In 2012, the wealthiest 20 per cent of Phnom Penh’s inhabitants had a monthly disposable income per capita averaging $248. Until 2014, the average had risen to $413 – marking a 66 per cent increase in spending power inside this population.

Foreign property developers, such as Meridian International Holding (MIH) from Hong Kong, have long identified Cambodia as a key market with promising growth and a dynamic, young population seeking a higher standard of living.

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Since 2012, rise in income levels among Phnom Penh’s wealthiest 20 per cent has been especially steep. POST PROPERTY/NIS DATA

MIH has been operating in Cambodia since 2010 and has already launched a project called Casa Meridian in May 2014. It is expected to be completed in 2017. Last Monday, the company officially launched their second project, Skylar Meridian, a high-end condominium development.

In this context, the construction and property sector is emerging as a new engine of growth, representing 2 per cent out of the 7.1 growth in GDP in 2014 according to the World Bank.

While experts warned that such high growth rates in the construction sector might not be sustainable, figures from the CSES survey suggest that the demand for new housing in the capital will continue to be a highly sought after commodity.

In 2009, there were only around 251,000 households in Phnom Penh. Today, the city is now home to around 369,000 households, according to the survey, showing an average annual growth rate of 8 per cent over the last five years. The urbanization of Cambodia is a trend that is not expected to stop.

MIH’s CEO Ko Sek Yan, a Hong Kong developer with decade-long career in the property market, views this trend optimistically – and doesn’t only base his assessments on numbers but on vision and experience.

“The construction and property sector in Cambodia is at a growing phase, reminding me of the golden period that Hong Kong experienced in the 80’s, when I started my career,” Ko said, added that “taking MIH to Cambodia was a way to bring a strong and successful expertise of the construction and property sector as well as a long-term vision for the Cambodian market.”

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Data shows that the trend towards urbanisation will continue. POST PROPERTY/NIS DATA

Ideally located at the heart of Phnom Penh’s diplomatic quarter, Skylar Meridian is a 27,429 square metre project with 280 units. It represents the next generation of high-end condominiums in Cambodia and a unique way of living in an area that has been a natural centre of the city for decades.

While there is no denying that renting or buying property in the capital has become more expensive en lieu of economic and population growth, it is remarkable that the average living space per square that households occupy has remained stable, according to the NIS survey. The survey also showed that households in Phnom Penh dwell in spaces significantly larger than in the rest of the country.

Phnom Penh households had an average size of 60.7 square metre, while cities like Battambang and Sihanoukville measured at 51.2 square metres. For those still living in the countryside, households averaged 43.5 square metres. The average Cambodian household is 46.3 square metres in size, making it 14.4 square metre smaller than that of Phnom Penh.

“We’ve taken notice of some important trends in the market. In addition to increased urbanization and rapid income growth, wealthy Cambodians are more accepting of new living concepts,” said Ko, explaining that this is especially true for people who have returned from working or studying abroad.

“They are very open to living in their own flats with some separation from the larger family unit, but with the flexibility to combine units or be in adjacent units to extended family in modern condos - you get a blend of modern independent living and more traditional extended family living arrangements,” he added.

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Despite Phnom Penh having the most expensive price per square metre, the average houshold occupies the largest space. POST PROPERTY/NIS DATA

The anticipated future trend for well planned quality housing in an increasingly urban Phnom Penh is reflected in the Skylar Meridian

From studios to 1 and 2 bedroom units, Skylar Meridian offers high-end amenities, creating a warm, cozy and comfortable environment to its owners.

“Our aim is to create an offer that people will love to call home,”stated Ko. The construction started earlier this month with a target completion date of May 2018.

“We strive to develop products with good value, delivering quality properties with sophisticated design at prime locations,” said Ko. “And that is what Skylar Meridian is all about”.Read Original text


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Thu, 22 October 2015

Cambodia’s property sector reflects Hong Kong’s blooming era in the 1980’s

murray-koInstead of focusing on the overheated property market in his home city of Hong Kong, Ko Sek Yan, founder and CEO of Hong Kong-based Meridian International Holding, has an eye on Cambodia’s property market, whose growth reminds him of Hong Kong’s golden period in the 1980s. Post Property’s Natalie Leung met Ko at the occasion of the launch of his second condominium project, Skylar Meridian, on Diamond Island and talked to him about how Phnom Penh’s property market of today mirrors the image of Hong Kong’s golden period.

How does Hong Kong’s property market of the 1980s resemble the Phnom Penh property market of today?
Back in the day, the Hong Kong property market just started to bloom. The Hong Kong government had to develop new towns as there was not enough land in the city centre. Today’s Phnom Penh faces the same situation of insufficient land, so it has to develop new towns such as Diamond Island. Besides the need for development, the housing price is also about the same. The entrance price for a small apartment was about $10,000 and $20,000 for a bigger apartment in 1980s’ property market. It is comparable to the entrance prices for the current local property market. Although currently there is no mortgage law in Cambodia, that was also the problem for Hong Kong in 1980s, as the system was developing and banks just started to provide mortgages. We found that the local market goes in that direction as more and more banks start to provide mortgages in recent years.

How do the investment climates compare?
The Hong Kong property market was very hot in the 1980s. Investment in property can be very simple and profitable. People had to queue to buy property at that time, and they could easily resell to other people to make quick money. As it is a fast way to make money, some people even hired triad society to queue for them. Like back in the day in Hong Kong, Cambodia, and Phnom Penh in particular, are currently at a stage of transition. There is a need for condominiums as the worsening traffic problem limits people to choose to live near the centre of the city. Increasing land prices also raise the price for town houses, which local people used to live in. Condominiums become more appealing, though the need may take some time to be revealed in the market as it is still a different concept of living.

What are difference between the property markets in Cambodia and Hong Kong?
Cambodian people currently have fewer ways to make money as they do not trust banks. In Hong Kong, banks provide a variety of investment products like stocks or foreign currencies. People can have income other than work income and may only need to save a portion of money; Cambodians may have to save because they cannot make money out of the savings through different financial investments. Their wealth grows at a slower rate.

There are different types of housings in Hong Kong including public housing. Do you think the Cambodian government has to develop public housing as well?
The local government and some developers have discussed building housings away from the city centre and selling them at a very low price. It is not called public housing but is a similar concept. The idea is to offer affordable housing to encourage people living in the centre to move out, giving way for the development of old districts. But the local government does not have enough money to build this kind of housing, so it encourages the private sector to do so. We are also studying this investment opportunity.Read Original text


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Thu, 8 October 2015

Aimed to provide high quality construction, convenience and comfortable living, the owner of the Apennines Condominium project has designed a 17-storey building over 600 square metres of land. In addition, the development has included a car elevator that smoothly lifts a vehicle to one of their six-floor parking spaces. This is the first development in Cambodia that will be equipped with such a luxury, large-scale elevator that can handle anything from a small compact sedan to a large SUV.

Soth Socheata, Administrative Executive of Apennines said the project is being built with international standards and that the structure has a unique artisanal design that makes it universal luxury condominium.

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The Apennines condominium project is developed by KHSI Investment PTE LTD, a Singaporean company, who has completed an array of successful projects in Singapore and Malaysia. Designed by a talented group of Singaporean designers and Malaysian architects, the development is focused on comfort, functionality and the aesthetics of modern life.

Socheata added that the team behind the project has won various awards in their own countries.

“In our design, the group has placed the pillars at the corner of the wall, making the building more spacious, especially the six-floor parking space,” she said. “So after drivers leave the elevator, they don’t have to worry about any obstructions.”

She added that in each condo unit, the bedroom, living room and kitchen are all large and wide, with private balconies that give a great view of Phnom Penh.

The 43 unit project is divided into four types of units. Unit Type A has two bedrooms, a living room and a kitchen, totaling 66 square metres; Unit Type B has three bedrooms, a living room and a kitchen at 105 square metres; Unit Type C has one bedroom, a living room and a kitchen with its square metre at 46 square metres; and Type D has two bedrooms, a living room and a kitchen at 83 square metres.

In addition, the condominiums have an array of additional facilities.

“A gym for general exercise and a swimming pool is located on the top floor of the Apennines condominium,” she said, adding that it is a great place to take photos of Phnom Penh and get fresh air.

The Apennines condominium project is underway with 100 per cent of the foundation has been completed and the continued construction of the upper-ground floor, scheduled to be completed in the next 24 months. The project is location in Toul Kork, about 300 metres from the Royal University of Phnom Penh, near Pannasastra University, as well as other private schools and supermarkets, such as TK Avenue, Parksons and the new Aeon mall.

For further information, please contact: 023 890 489 / 097 384 1177 / 097 384 1188, Email: khsi.development@gmail.com or info@apennines.com. Website: www.apennines-khsi.com.Read Original text