Oxley WorldBridge celebrate another successful year

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Models of the projects were on display. OXLEY HOLDINGS

Last Friday, April 7, Oxley Holdings and WorldBridge Land (Cambodia), the Singaporean and Cambodian joint venture partners of The Peak and The Bridge mixed-use developments in Tonle Bassac, hosted a Khmer New Year celebration party to announce a successful year for the company at the Raffles Hotel Le Royal in Phnom Penh. 
 
 
Oknha Rithy Sear, the Chairman of Oxley (Gem) Cambodia, spoke at the Friday evening event, stating: “This past year has been filled with milestones for our company. 
 
 
“The topping out of our first major project in Cambodia, The Bridge, and the strong sales and construction progress of our second major mixed use development, The Peak. “For this reason, we decided to organize a small event to celebrate the Cambodian festival season and the upcoming Khmer 
 
 
New Year. I would like to thank everyone for their attendance and wish you all a year full of health and prosperity.” 
 
 
The Bridge “topped-out” in December 2016, celebrating the completion of the last stage of structural construction for the project. 
 
 
Oxley Holdings and Cambodia’s WorldBridgeLand have committed more than $300 million in investment into The Bridge project, which is expected to be completed and delivered to buyers on time by next year. 
 
 
The Bridge complex, overseeing Diamond Island and the Bassac River, was a first-mover in the Phnom Penh prime condo, commercial and retail space market and has recorded impressive sales numbers. 
 
 
Meanwhile, the developer is now working on their second project, The Peak hotel mixed-development project is located approximately 50 meters from The Bridge. The Peak is set to be completed by 2020. 
 
 
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