Friday, July 16, 2010

CityStar Asia - Ream Development

According to Cambodge Nouveau dated July 2010, CityStar Asia, which owns more than 200 ha land in Ream and 300 ha land on Koh Takev and Koh Russey, plans to make an investment of $40 million to build hotel resorts and villa houses for sale…Mr. Etienne Chenevier, Executive Director in Asia, said that the selling price of villa houses will be between $170,000 and $200,000. He expects the clients from Phnom Penh and France.

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Anonymous said...

CityStar is a french private equity firm founded in 2006. Its funds is focusing on the real estate investment in the coastal of Cambodia, particularly at Ream and also in Phnom Penh.

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Sokunna said...

Thanks for posting. I am interested in City Star project in Ream. How does it progress? Can you provide more information on that?

Many thanks in advance.

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Admin said...

I haven't got any development on the project yet but will do post it when it is available.

Yes, I will add the "follow this blog".

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