Landmark Phnom Penh . Phnom Penh | Cambodia
The 20-storey building in Phnom Penh’s emerging financial district promises to bring ‘Hong Kong panache’ to the Cambodian capital
Prince’s House, managed by Hongkong Land, in Hong Kong
Hongkong Land’s 20-storey tower project in Phnom Penh’s rapidly emerging financial district has progressed to its next phase of works, having completed its basic foundations, with bored piles and what is known as a diaphragm wall.
A diaphragm wall is a supporting structure put in place to hold the surrounding earth in place while the foundations for a building are built.
The project broke ground on September 6 last year. The first-phase 30,000-square-metre building will feature a 20-storey tower, with 16 floors of Grade-A office space, a four-floor podium for retail outlets and four levels of basement car parking. The grand opening is scheduled for 2017. A further two phases, with a total of 92,000 square metres of office and retail space and a hotel, will follow in later years.
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