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Flatiron by Meridian: Award-winning landmark the jewel of Phnom Penh

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The towering Flatiron by Meridian is located next to Russian Boulevard. SUPPLIED

Flatiron by Meridian: Award-winning landmark the jewel of Phnom Penh

Flatiron by Meridian, an award-winning development located in the heart of Cambodia’s capital Phnom Penh, is expected to receive its Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP) soon.

Inspired by the Flatiron in New York, the striking structure has become a distinctive part of Phnom Penh’s skyline and a landmark in the Central Business District.

The 41-storey mixed-used development houses office space and Serviced Residence will be operated under Citadines Apart’ hotel brand, managed by The Ascott Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of CapitaLand Limited, pioneered Asia Pacific’s first international-class serviced residence.

Located in Phnom Penh’s city centre, Flatiron by Meridian is situated next to Russian Boulevard which is one of the prime locations in the Cambodian capital. It not only offers easy access to the airport but to places of interest such as the Central Market and malls such as Aeon. Flatiron by Meridian will also be home to the Flatiron Club which comprises of a skypool, gym and yoga room. This exclusive club open to a limited number of members and priority for the usage of the Club will be given to office users of the development.

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A well-equipped modern gym is part of the Flatiron Club. SUPPLIED

Those looking to indulge in a vast array of culinary choices will be spoilt for choice at Flatiron by Meridian, as Thalias Hospitality Group will be the sole provider of a holistic dining experience to all consumers in this development. The food and beverage establishments offered in Flatiron by Meridian by the Group promise to provide consumers with a plethora of dining options and excellent service.

Several celebrated brands under the Group will be housed in Flatiron by Meridian such as the all-time favourite Khéma, famous for its free flow offerings, as well as Khéma Go which will offer a range of bakery, viennoiseries, savouriesand beverages.

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The Group has also created a new restaurant concept – Siena Restaurant Wine & Bar – that is set to debut in this landmark development in Phnom Penh City Centre. This new upscale food collective, will surely be the top choice for diners looking for quality cuisine in a social and relaxed atmosphere.

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The Siena Restaurant Wine & Bar. SUPPLIED

Thalias Hospitality Group’s delectable offerings are not limited to just consumers at its establishments in Flatiron by Meridian. Guests staying at the Serviced Residence operated under Citadines Apart’ hotel will also enjoy the scrumptious fare provided by the Group in the form of breakfast and room service dining options.

The prestigious development will house Shrewsbury School as one of its anchor tenants.This marks the School’s first foray into the Cambodian education sector.

Founded in 1552 by King Edward VI, Shrewsbury School is one of the great nine prestigious schools in England and noted for nurturing numerous many distinguished alumni, including the famous naturalist, Charles Darwin, in its history which has spanned five centuries.

Shrewsbury School’s first outpost in the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, will comprise of a nursery and kindergarten. The School aims to offer an inspirational English language education for students, caring for them in an organisation committed to continuous improvement, and providing outstanding opportunities both in and out of the classroom.

In order to implement the overall ethos and core values of the school, a full development master plan for whole person education will be developed. This 15-year British curriculum will strategically blend the ethos and core values of Shrewsbury School Cambodia in with proven pedagogical techniques, so that effective education can be provided at different phases of a child’s development.


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