Commercial real estate for rent in Cambodia
Shophouse/Commercial for rent in Sensok, Phnom Penh
Shophouse/Commercial for rent in Chamkarmon, Phnom Penh
Shophouse/Commercial for rent in Meanchey, Phnom Penh
As befits a country with such a fast growing economy, Cambodia has a vast array of commercial real estate for rent and sale. Typically these vary from office space to warehouses, as well as hotels and guest houses both in Phnom Penh and key tourists destinations, such as Siem Reap and Sihanoukville.
Offices for Rent and Sale in Cambodia
If you are seeking office space for rent in Phnom Penh, there are a range of options from repurposed residential housing and retail storefronts to purpose-built office buildings with office space rated from grade A to C.
Due to a constantly shifting market, it is relatively easy to find office rental space in Phnom Penh at very reasonable rates.
Shops and Retail Real Estate in Cambodia
If you are looking for a shop for rent in Siem Reap or Phnom Penh, there are a range of options particularly in street-faced shops and malls.
Traditional shop houses are popular street-facing retail options for shops, restaurants, bars and other walk-in businesses. Rental rates vary greatly depending on the area, with the most sought-after districts, particularly along the riverside or major roads commanding very high prices.
Many villas in central Phnom Penh have been converted to restaurant and bar spaces, particularly in popular tourist and residential areas, such as BKK1 and Russian Market.
Malls are a newer but popular retail option. These can range from the high end to low, and vary in sizes. Aeon Mall in Tonle Bassac was the first international standard mall in Cambodia, soon followed by Aeon Mall 2 in Sen Sok. Other malls in Phnom Penh include a revamped Sorya Shopping Centre.
Retail podiums can be found on the lower floors of many mixed-use office and residential buildings. Canadia Tower, Vattanac Tower, Exchange Square and The Bridge feature retail podiums with a variety of international and local shops and outlets, such as coffee shops.
Community malls are medium to low end, and have more local tenants than international brands.
For more details, you can check out our page on Office for Rent in Phnom Penh.
Warehouse for Rent and Sale in Cambodia
Manufacturing is a key element of Cambodia’s economy, especially its garment factories. Warehouses in Cambodia store a range of products, from bicycles to construction materials and agricultural produce.
If you are seeking a warehouse for rent in Phnom Penh, it is best to look at the areas on the outskirts of the city. If being close to the capital is not key to your business you could look at opportunities on the major roads leading to the port in Sihanoukville or Cambodia’s borders with Vietnam and Thailand for ease of export.
Many Special Economic Zones (SEZs) have been established at key locations with good links to the transport network to facilitate exports. SEZs offer tax incentives and other benefits to attract investment into the country.
Large undeveloped plots can be purchased and rented to develop factories and warehouses. Many plots already have suitable structures and are ideal for anyone looking for a factory to rent in Cambodia.
Hotels and Guesthouses for Rent and Sale in Cambodia
Driven by the tourist boom, finding a hotel for rent in Phnom Penh has become an easier task in recent years.
Aided by flexible planning regulations, many small independent operators have renovated shop houses or villas into guest houses or boutique hotels. There are now many options when seeking a guest house for rent in Siem Reap and other tourist areas.
Many local operators have built or renovated buildings to become small to medium sized hotels in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and other places popular with tourists, such as Sihanoukville, Kampot and Battambang.
Major hotel brands, such as Sofitel, Marriott, Hyatt and Novotel, are now developing purpose-built large scale hotels in Phnom Penh. These are high value developments with prime real estate in the city centre.
Other international brands, including Rosewood and Shangri-La, are taking space in mixed-use buildings, such as Vattanac Tower and The Peak, which is still under construction.
Due to the increasing demand driven by Cambodia’s tourism industry, hotels are regarded as one of the best returns on investment use for land.