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The futuristic Vattana Capital Tower in Phnom Penh aspires to be the new landmark of the Cambodian capital

Cambodia is a country that becomes increasingly attractive for foreign investors, and they now won’t have any difficulties to choose an appropriate office location.

In the heart of downtown Phnom Penh, an new office building is currently being built that dwarfs everything around it, the 188-meter Vattanac Capital Tower.

The new development will be the tallest building in the country, after it will have been finished this year, and Cambodia’s most prestigious commercial address.

Located in the heart of Phnom Penh, Vattanac Capital is a 39-story, grade-A office development that will house Vattanac Bank’s headquarters, consisting of two towers and a glass and steel podium with offices, luxury retail, and serviced apartments. Shaped like the mythical dragon symbolising progress, health and prosperity, the development is poised to become Cambodia’s new finance centre.

The investor, Vattanac Bank, is a retail and commercial bank in Cambodia, founded in 2002. The bank invested around $100 million into the project and is now starting to market it via various prestigeous international property firms.

According to Vattanac Sam Ang, Executive Director of Vattanac Properties, the local company behind the project, the tower is a development that wants to compete with similar structures of grade-A office buildings in Bangkok, Singapore, and Ho Chi Minh City.

The building is expected to be the new landmark of Cambodia’s capital besides other new projects such as Gold Tower 42, Camko City, Canadia Tower, and the NagaWorld hotel complex.

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The futuristic Vattana Capital Tower in Phnom Penh aspires to be the new landmark of the Cambodian capital

Cambodia is a country that becomes increasingly attractive for foreign investors, and they now won’t have any difficulties to choose an appropriate office location.

Reading Time: 1 minute

The futuristic Vattana Capital Tower in Phnom Penh aspires to be the new landmark of the Cambodian capital

Cambodia is a country that becomes increasingly attractive for foreign investors, and they now won’t have any difficulties to choose an appropriate office location.

In the heart of downtown Phnom Penh, an new office building is currently being built that dwarfs everything around it, the 188-meter Vattanac Capital Tower.

The new development will be the tallest building in the country, after it will have been finished this year, and Cambodia’s most prestigious commercial address.

Located in the heart of Phnom Penh, Vattanac Capital is a 39-story, grade-A office development that will house Vattanac Bank’s headquarters, consisting of two towers and a glass and steel podium with offices, luxury retail, and serviced apartments. Shaped like the mythical dragon symbolising progress, health and prosperity, the development is poised to become Cambodia’s new finance centre.

The investor, Vattanac Bank, is a retail and commercial bank in Cambodia, founded in 2002. The bank invested around $100 million into the project and is now starting to market it via various prestigeous international property firms.

According to Vattanac Sam Ang, Executive Director of Vattanac Properties, the local company behind the project, the tower is a development that wants to compete with similar structures of grade-A office buildings in Bangkok, Singapore, and Ho Chi Minh City.

The building is expected to be the new landmark of Cambodia’s capital besides other new projects such as Gold Tower 42, Camko City, Canadia Tower, and the NagaWorld hotel complex.

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