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Mekong View Tower 6

Is located within the development hotspot of Chroy Changvar, across the Tonle Sap River.

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Investment Opportunities

Its property market, particularly in Phnom Penh and the surrounding urban areas, have witnessed a surge in prices as demand for quality, high-end accommodation grows.

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Who We Are Nestled on the charming Chroy Changvar peninsula, Mekong View Tower 6 offers a slice of luxurious solitude just a heartbeat from the centre of Cambodia’s thriving capital, Phnom Penh.

Epitomising luxury living at its finest, this exclusive development boasts a premium offering of 262 one to three-bedroom residential, spread across 20 contemporarily created floors.

Our Architecture

Designed by Archomatik as an iconic beacon on the developing horizon, Mekong View Tower 6 is set to lead the way in offering prestigious accommodation on the idyllic and increasingly popular peninsula.

We Build Great Room

Cleverly combining the concept of convenient urban living with its natural surroundings, the accommodation puts nature at its core with pockets of green space and gardens delicately dotted throughout floors.

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Our Country

And with Cambodia currently enjoying a property boom in a rapidly burgeoning market, now is the time to invest and reap the rewards in the form of fast financial returns.

Allow Mekong View Tower 6 make catering for every individual need its priority – we’re here to help your property dreams come true.

Our Location Mekong View Tower 6 is located within the development hotspot of Chroy Changvar.

Tonle Sap

The premium peninsular, which sits across the Tonle Sap from the capital’s riverside, is currently at the centre of huge development as a designated Upcoming OCIC City of the Future.

Plans

Plans include introducing vast commercial hubs, business zones and living and working areas.

Distance

Sitting just a short 10 minute drive from the city centre, Chroy Changvar offers a tranquil escape from the throng of central Phnom Penh, while still remaining accessible.

Infrastructure

Improved infrastructure, such as the opening of a second bridge and the on-going widening of the national road, has led to property prices almost doubling during the last year.

Area

As has ongoing revamping of the area, including remodelling the stretch of riverside that runs from the new high-end Sokha Hotel to the Japanese-Cambodia Friendship Bridge.

Future Plans

To introduce a boat service to connect the two sides of the river are currently being mooted, as are a number of satellite cities that will transform the area and continue to push prices higher.

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At Mekong View Tower 6, we want residents to experience luxury living in a comfortable and homely environment. And, striving to make our facilities family friendly, we have ensured that even the kids are catered for. Designated and secure parking is provided. The colourful manicured roof terrace, with landscaped tropical gardens and soothing water features, is the perfect place to take in the uninterrupted and majestic sweeping views Mekong View Tower 6 offers out across to Phnom Penh and beyond.


Design As the creation of an internationally renowned French architect, Mekong View Tower 6 boasts sophisticated living in sumptuous surroundings. Designed around the concept of nature, the prestigious properties subtly blend a contemporary vision with a natural tone to help residents enjoy the serenity of being outside the city.

Mekong View Tower 6 at Night
Mekong View Tower 6 at Daytime
Swimming Pool
Mekong View Tower 6 at Closeup
Mekong View Tower 6 Hotel
Bathroom

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While the fresh, modern design of Mekong View Tower 6 pays testament to Phnom Penh’s rapid growth and modernisation, we have ensured it remains in keeping with the neighbouring landscape. The exterior has been artistically designed to replicate the fluidity of leaves, with stunning sweeping skirting the tower. To ensure a fresh breeze runs throughout the accommodation, two towers are connected by adjoining blocks, creating a contemporary feel while making the most of the available space.

TYPE: SA, 14 Units

TYPE: SB, 1 Unit

TYPE: SC, 1 Unit

TYPE: 1A, 28 Units

TYPE: 1B, 28 Units

TYPE: 1C, 28 Units

TYPE: 1D, 14 Units

TYPE: 1E, 11 Units

TYPE: 1F, 9 Units

TYPE: 1G, 2 Unit

TYPE: 1H, 2 Unit

TYPE: 1I, 1 Unit

TYPE: 2A, 14 Units

TYPE: 2B, 12 Units

TYPE: 2C, 14 Units

TYPE: 2D, 14 Units

TYPE: 2E, 14 Units

TYPE: 2F, 14 Units

TYPE: 2G, 14 Units

TYPE: 2H, 5 Units

TYPE: 2I, 1 Unit

TYPE: 2J, 6 Units

TYPE: 2K, 1 Unit

TYPE: 2L, 1 Unit

TYPE: 2M, 1 Unit

TYPE: 2N, 1 Unit

TYPE: 2M, 1 Unit

TYPE: 2O, 1 Unit

TYPE: 2P, 1 Unit

TYPE: 3A, 2 Units

TYPE: 3B, 2 Units

TYPE: 3C, 1 Unit

TYPE: 4A, 1 Unit

TYPE: 4B, 2 Units

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The building has been innovatively designed to offer the convenience of condominium living combined with the solitude of staying outside the city through the tranquil green getaways nestled on each floor. The lush rooftop gardens that sit atop the 20-storey tower have been created to evoke the feeling of being at one with nature. Natural materials have also been used, where possible, throughout.

Specifications Mekong View Tower 6 is home to 262 one to three-bedroom units, which come with a balcony offering sweeping views, kitchen, living room and bathroom facilities. Each has been carefully designed to cater to modern day living.

  • Project : "Mekong View Tower 6”
  • Project Type : Freehold Residential Development
  • Address : Keo Chenda street, Chroy Changva, Phnom Penh
  • Preference : Offering contemporary design, located on the main road and very closed to the Mekong river
  • Land Development Area : 2934 sq. m.
  • Total Gross Floor Area: 32,306 sq. m.
  • Total Saleable Floor Area : 19,753 sq. m.
  • Total Number of Units : 262
  • Number of Floors : 20
  • Unit Type : (16)Studios, (123) One-Bedroom Apartments, (115) Two-Bedroom Apartments, (2) Three-Bedroom Apartments, (6) Two-story Penthouses
    • Studio 40 sq.m. - 43 sq.m.
    • One-Bedroom Apartment 42 sq.m. - 71 sq.m.
    • Two-bedroom Apartment 70 sq.m. - 127 sq.m.
    • Three-bedroom Apartment 153 sq.m.
    • Two-story penthouse 153 sq.m. - 185 sq.m.
  • Car Park :
    • Basement 40 Car Parks / 75 Motor Parks
    • Ground Floor 30 Car Parks / 38 Motor Parks
    • First Floor 41 Car Parks / 41 Motor Parks
    • Second Floor 41 Car Parks / 41 Motor Parks
    • Total: 152 Car Parks (58% of Overall Appartment) / 195 Motor Parks
  • Number of elevators = 5 | Number of staircase = 5
  • Fittings : Built-in wardrobe and kitchen, bathroom and lighting
  • Facilities : Lobby, Office, Gymnasium, Infinity Pool, Restaurant Loung
  • Security and Safety: Private domain and public domain with zone restriction. All area are under CCTV surveillance and Fire protection system
  • Monthly Management Fee : To be confirmed
  • Expected Completion Construction : July, 2019
  • Contact : Miss. Chhoeurn Sothear | 099396661 or 099396662 | janny@mekongviewtower.com

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Investment Opportunities

Why Invest in Cambodia?

Cambodia has enjoyed continual growth in its GDP in the last nine years, and the country’s economy is predicted to strengthen well into the future as it enjoys rapid modernisation. Its property market, particularly in Phnom Penh and the surrounding urban areas, have witnessed a surge in prices as demand for quality, high-end accommodation grows. This has been driven by the influx in foreign investors attracted by the high returns on offer. The introduction of a law in 2010 allowing foreigners to have 100 percent ownership of property in Cambodia has also heavily driven the condominium market. The law states foreigners can own property that is above the ground floor in a building with a registered strata title that was constructed after 2006. At least 20 percent of the building must be allocated locally. As available space in the heavily developed city centre becomes increasingly scarce, buyers are looking to up-coming outlying areas, such as Chroy Changvar. Here, huge development is set to transform the peninsula, sending prices sky-rocketing ahead of the 30 percent enjoyed on the peninsula in 2014.

Why Invest in Mekong View Tower 6?

Mekong View Tower 6 is set in prime location on Chroy Changvar peninsular, across the Tonle Sap River from central Phnom Penh. The iconic, 29-storey building is situated close to the river and is surrounded by low to medium-high structures, meaning 360-degree views sweeping across the water and out to the countryside can be enjoyed. With Chroy Changvar pitched to be the next premium property hotspot, bargains can still be snapped up in the area. Mekong View Tower 6 offers all of the luxury amenities and design concepts combined with top class facilities from Singapore, at a fraction of the price of similar accommodation in central Phnom Penh. The location, away from the hustle and bustle of city life also allows residents to enjoy the fresh air, and peace, quiet and serenity of an almost rural setting. Access to central Phnom Penh takes a mere 10 minutes across the Japanese-Cambodia Friendship Bridge, with National Road 6 sitting close by.

A Helping Hand

Investing in Mekong View Tower 6 couldn’t be easier, thanks to a series of schemes put in place to help buyers purchase their dream property. These include buy-back and rental plans, and condominium purchase loans with low interest rates. For more information on financial options, please contact one of our advisors.

Condos Vs Villas

Condominiums offer a convenient living that villas are unable to capture in urban space. In Phnom Penh, condos are quickly surpassing other forms of accommodation as the more popular way of living, especially in urban areas where people tend to lead busier lives. Condominium developments are also often well located next to local amenities and good access routes, some offer resort-like amenities, such as Mekong View Tower 6’s maintained green, communal spaces. Lower maintenance costs are another benefit, with the exterior of the building often remaining the responsibility of the building’s managers.

The Phnom Penh Property Boom

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Cambodia’s property market is booming, and at its heart sits the capital of Phnom Penh. As construction continues to dominate the rapidly developing city, both local and foreign investors are tapping into the potential this growing market offers.

Industry insiders claim the growth is being driven by the rise in quality condominium offerings, which offer attractive returns in comparison to countries such as Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. According to research conducted by property experts CBRE, early investors who purchased in centrally located developments enjoyed capital gains of up to 30 percent from off-plan purchases in 2014.

The capital’s mushrooming market continues to appeal predominantly to the wider Asia Pacific region, with CBRE research revealing and increase in investment coming from Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, China and Korea. However, last year saw a steady rise in the number of affluent Cambodians investing in the condominium market.

This boom is a trend that looks set to continue into the future. The latest data from international property experts, Frank Knight, in its Asia Development Index puts Cambodia ahead of other ASEAN countries. In the first half of 2015, the average growth of property prices across the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) slowed from 3 percent to 1.1 percent.

However, Cambodia was the only country to buck the trend, surging by 14.1 percent. Experts put this down to the comparatively low property prices and the relative ease with which foreigners can buy freehold premises – a recent law allows foreigners to purchase property above the ground floor in a building with a registered strata title that was constructed after 2006.

Demand for residential space is expected to increase into 2016, as Cambodia’s economy grows – the country’s GDP hit an all time annual high of $16.71 billion in 2014. And as the expatriate driven central areas of the city become more developed, outlying areas, such as Chroy Changva, are predicted to be the next hotspot for business-savvy investors as foreign nationals seek exclusive, high-end accommodation.

With development taking place in central Phnom Penh at a staggering rate, available space is rapidly running out, leading to an inevitable overspill into the outskirts of the city. Chroy Changva, which sits on the other side of the Tonle Sap River from the capital’s riverside, has seen a spike in activity.

Development is rife on the peninsula, with improved infrastructure, such as the opening of a second bridge and the on going widening of the national road, prices have almost doubled in the last year. The stretch of riverside that runs from the new Sokha Hotel to the Japanese-Cambodia Friendship Bridge has also been revamped and boasts paved sidewalks, colonial street lamps, and neat rows of frangipani and umbrella trees.

Future plans to introduce a water taxi or boat service to connect the two sides of the river are currently being considered, as are seven to eight satellite cities that will transform the area. And as more development is mooted across Cambodia, investors are flocking to tap into this burgeoning market.

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Location

Mekong View Tower 6 is located within the development hotspot of Chroy Changvar. The premium peninsular, which sits across the Tonle Sap from the capital’s riverside, is currently at the centre of huge development as a designated Upcoming OCIC City of the Future. Plans include introducing vast commercial hubs, business zones and living and working areas.

Sitting just a short 10 minute drive from the city centre, Chroy Changvar offers a tranquil escape from the throng of central Phnom Penh, while still remaining accessible. Improved infrastructure, such as the opening of a second bridge and the on-going widening of the national road, has led to property prices almost doubling during the last year. As has ongoing revamping of the area, including remodelling the stretch of riverside that runs from the new high-end Sokha Hotel to the Japanese-Cambodia Friendship Bridge.

Future plans to introduce a boat service to connect the two sides of the river are currently being mooted, as are a number of satellite cities that will transform the area and continue to push prices higher.