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The new 70,200 sqm development will be anchored by a department store.

It will also
include a 3100 sqm basement supermarket, a 6200 sqm electronic mall, 9300 sqm IT
mall and a 10-screen multiplex cinema with a 32-lane bowling alley.
The shopping centre has easy access from central and the emerging financial districts,
tourist attractions, BKK, the Riverside and the airport as well as the rapidly developing
residential hubs such as Tuol Kork.
The Parkson Phnom Penh City Center will also include a 400+ room hotel on top of a
podium, scheduled for completion by the end of 2017.

About 500 metres from the entrance point to Boeung Kak, along Russian Boulevard, a
freshly developed 11-storey centre, Parkson Mall, can be seen towering over the
surrounding shop houses.
He estimated the project to be valued at more than $30 million. The development began
back in 2008, but did not pick up pace until early last year. The agent explained that from
2008 to 2015, the developer delayed the project so the progress slowed down and was
idled at times.
More than 80 per cent of the up to 350 retail units have been filled, most of which are
boutiques, varied retail shops, F&B outlets, and Gold Screen Cinema the largest chain
of cinemas in Malaysia on its ninth floor.
The mall, which is designed in the shape of a beehive, will see two floors of underground
parking. Parking will also be available on the sixth, seventh, and eighth floor. The agent
said Parkson is currently under negotiation with world-renowned brands aiming to gain a
foothold in Phnom Penh.
Phase two of the Parkson development will be a hotel right behind the mall. Details
relating to the hotel development have yet to be confirmed.
Parkson represents Lion Groups largest department store and retail chain in Asia Pacific,
set to boast about 129 stores.
It already has 58 stores in China, 45 in Malaysia, 16 in Indonesia, nine in Vietnam and
one in Myanmar.

PHNOM PENH (Khmer Times) Commercial real estate firm CB Richard Ellis (Cambodia)
has announced the launch of tenant registration and pre-leasing of Parkson Phnom Penh
City Center, a high-end department store and shopping mall scheduled to open by the
end of next year in the capitals Daun Penh District.

The nine-storey retail complex, currently under construction on Russian Boulevard, will
incorporate a five-level department store, as well as a shopping mall with leased retail
outlets.
The 70,000-square-meter development will also include a 10-screen multiplex cinema, a
32-lane bowling alley, an IT and electronics malls, and a 3,100-square-meter basement
supermarket.
Parkson Phnom Penh City Center will be the second high-end mall to open in Cambodia
after Japanese-owned Aeon Mall, which opened in July.
But developers say the Parkson retail complex will provide a distinct new shopping
experience, showcasing popular local operators and bringing new international retailers
and brands.

The project will be anchored by an 11,000 square meter Parkson department store. The
Malaysian retail chain aims at middle- and high-end customers, and has established 142
stores across Asia.

We are excited to bring famous global brands to Cambodia for the first time, said Tham
Tuck Choy, CEO of Parkson Cambodia. We believe Parkson department stores will
become a familiar leading retail brand in Cambodia.