Vattanac Capital Tower in Downtown Phnom Penh Inaugurated

Phnom Penh's most prestigious commercial centre Vattanac Capital Tower was officially inaugurated yesterday afternoon under the presidency of Prime Minister Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen and his spouse Samdech Kittiprittbandit Bun Rany Hun Sen.

The Premier expressed his pride of the inauguration of this US$250 million achievement of the private sector and highly appreciated the latter's contribution to the construction of skyscrapers in the country, particularly in Phnom Penh.

Rising to 187.3 metres, Vattanac Capital Tower is a landmark development in the capital city of Cambodia. It is designed and constructed to the highest international standards for Cambodia's emerging business and leisure community.

According to its official release, Vattanac Capital is Gold Certification in LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), an internationally recognised green building standard established by United States Green Building Council.

Vattanac Capital is the first Gold LEED certified tower in Phnom Penh. It will set the benchmark for sustainable development, raise the bar for building environmental performance, and exceed all occupants' expectations.

Located in Khan Daun Penh, the 39-floors Vattanac Capital Tower already dominated Phnom Penh's skyline. Vattanac Capital was also awarded the best commercial property in South East Asia in 2012.

The building consists of two impressive towers and a glass and steel podium. Vattanac Capital Tower 1 is a 38-floor skyscraper with Grade A offices, luxury retail and world-class 5 Stars Hotel. Vattanac Capital Tower 2 is a life style cube which has cinema floor, fitness floor, forecourt floor and medical floor among other attractions.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press

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