Tallest building in ASEAN starts construction August 2017

June 2, 2017, 4:35 p.m.

 

As already announced, Thai Boon Roong Twin Tower will be built in Phnom Penh - and once completed, it will be the tallest building in ASEAN.

 

The construction is set to officially start the 1st of August, 2017.

 

The upcoming skyscraper is a joint investment between the Thai Boon Roong Group and real estate development in Macao, Sun Kian Ip Group. It will be build by Construct by Hsin Chong Construction Group Ltd and the cost of the overall project is estimated at approximately $ 3,000 million.

 

On April 3rd, 2017 the Prime Minister Hun Sen announced the permission to build the skyscraper Thai Boon Roong Twin Tower, which will be 550 meters tall and will feature 113 floors. Due to his height, the building can be regarded as the tallest building in ASEAN.

 

When the Twin Tower project will be completed it will have to compete with a number of buildings in the ASEAN countries. Other skyscraper projects in the region include: MahaNakhon  in in Thailand, with a height of 313 meters, Petrovietnam in Hanoi 528-meter, Petronas Tower in Kuala Lumpur, which has a height of 452 meters, and GAMA​ in Jakarta, 289-meter tall.

 

When the Twin Tower project will be completed it will have to compete with a number of buildings in the ASEAN countries. Other skyscraper projects in the region include: MahaNakhon  in in Thailand, with a height of 313 meters, Petrovietnam in Hanoi 528-meter, Petronas Tower in Kuala Lumpur, which has a height of 452 meters, and GAMA​ in Jakarta, 289-meter tall.

 

Once completed, this large commercial building is likely attract the interest of international companies, which have not established their presence in the Kingdom.

 

Please find out more about the project on Realestate.com.kh

 



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