The Phnom Penh City Center (PPCC) is set to become Phnom ASEAN region. Penh’s first and only Central Business District, transferring Cambodia’s rapidly developing capital into the city of the future.
Strategically located at the heart of Phnom Penh, PPCC will be the choice destination for locals and expatriates where modern business, innovation and international-standard infrastructure will meet.
By 2035, the new PPCC district will be home to over 56,000 residents and more than 190,000 daily visitors. QUALITY LIVING AT THE HEART
Quality living at the heart of the city
PPCC’s 111.6 hectares of open and futuristic urban district space will create opportunities for local and international businesses in the financial, retail, commercial, residential, hospitality, education, medical and entertainment sectors. Its public areas will feature the newest architectural buildings – with towers ranging from 20m to 150m – and will bring modern city conveniences into Cambodia, such as multiple entry points and international-standard traffic and drainage systems.
The center’s pedestrian green belt – sidewalks framed by lush greenery – will enable the community to enjoy leisure walks and hassle-free family days out at the 22,000 sqm central park, in addition to other recreational activities made available and accessible to all.
An integrated township
Guided by an environmentally sustainable approach, PPCC will enjoy a truly integrated township based on its strong, forward looking and consistent master plan. As an integrated township – unlike existing developments in Cambodia – the center is focused on setting up comprehensive infrastructure systems, which includes the deployment of an underground cabling system that will house all utility services away from the public eye, and yet systematically planned to ensure hassle free maintenance.A comprehensive drainage system is also being developed to mitigate flooding in the future. Accessibility is another key feature of the site. Set to ease the perennial traffic congestion and flooding issues Cambodia’s capital continues to face, the PPCC will be linked to the wider city through eight access points, resulting in a more fluid inner city system. Construction of permanent roads and infrastructure have already started and the first phase of the project is scheduled for completion in 2017, with the second phase scheduled in 2019.
Accessibility is another key feature of the site. Set to ease the perennial traffic congestion and flooding issues Cambodia’s capital continues to face, the PPCC will be linked to the wider city through eight access points, resulting in a more fluid inner city system. Construction of permanent roads and infrastructure have already started and the first phase of the project is scheduled for completion in 2017, with the second phase scheduled in 2019.
Last but not least, PPCC is strategically situated opposite the municipality and surrounded by city government departments, including close proximity to the Vattanac Capital Tower, Central Market, French Embassy and Calmette Hospital.
Adopting a sustainable approach to job creation
Since 2014, the PPCC has proactively adopted an innovative approach to community engagement and empowerment, recognising the importance of inclusivity and giving back to the community. Designed to benefit the community as a whole, the project will boost onsite, long-term job creation by engaging with vocational training institutions, therefore pioneering inclusive development and sustainability in Cambodia and the ASEAN region.
The Phnom Penh City Center (PPCC) is a 111.6 hectare development strategically located in the centre of the city. The development was conceptualized to transform Phnom Penh’s city landscape into a modern, sustainable commercial and leisure hub with world class facilities purpose-built for both local and overseas businesses and investors. Through the creation of new facilities and spaces, the development will create opportunities for the growth of commerce, culture, arts and sports in the Phnom Penh city Center. By 2025, the new PPCC district will be home to over 56,000 residents and more than 190,000 daily visitors.
Our design philosophy focuses on Functionality, Sustainability and Synergy. This is infused throughout PPCC. It guides the development from conceptualization to design through to construction and beyond.
Functionality: Our projects begin and end with a sense of purpose. They must effortlessly enable and facilitate all those who work live and play in them to create spaces that are useful above all.
Sustainability: We think beyond the day a building is ready for occupants to ensure our projects are future-proofed to ensure continued relevance and usefulness. We understand that cities grow and change and we seek to enable rather than impede this process by anticipating future infrastructure needs.
Synergy: Cities are living beings and we understand this means our developments have to be too. We strive to create harmony within our projects and between our projects and their surroundings.