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Park Land 6A Residential Project officially begin sales

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Chip Mong Land leadership officially launch sales of its Park Land 6A residential project.  The developer envisions it as transforming the Chroy Changvar area into a major, modern, and civilised city connected to nature. KT/Chor Sokunthea

Chip Mong Land officially began the sales of its Park Land 6A residential project on Friday. The project is located along National Road 6A, Sangkat Prek Leap, Khan Chroy Changvar, Phnom Penh.

This is the ninth Chip Mong Land residential project.  It encompasses a total area of 120 hectare of land. The project includes 10 types of villa. Among them are models dubbed the Queen Villa, Queen II Villa, Shop House, and Link Villa. Prices start at $90,000 plus per unit.

Leang Henry, president of Chip Mong Land, said that their residential projects are strategically planned for locations providing connected infrastructure.

He added Park Land 6A has a long-term vision for transforming the Chroy Changvar area into a major, modern, and civilised city connected to nature.  The housing project’s development has been meticulously planned, from its technical specifications, to the architecture and landscaping.

“The style of each home is luxurious, modern and dignified. The development features a large and multi-functional garden for relaxation and exercise and a mall. There will be wide boulevards and the largest and most modern sports center among the region’s housing projects,” Henry added.

Henry noted that despite the pandemic and flash floods of last year, Chip Mong Land has pursued its investments to contribute to the development of the Kingdom’s economy in all circumstances.

“We would like to thank all our customers for their support of Chip Mong Land’s projects. We have set our vision to become the leading real estate developer in the Kingdom,” Henry added.

“At Chip Mong Land, we always offer development projects that provide a harmonious life for our clients and we are committed to maintain our values ​​and offer more than just housing, but rather, the warmest and most reliable home for living,” said Henry.

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