Cambodia’s biggest home and living mall set to launch in 2023

PHNOM PENH: The Bridge Lifestyle Mall declared that it would launch the House Guru Home & Living Mall by the Bridge in Q2 2023 after changing the name of its retail space.

House Guru will be the largest home and living mall in Cambodia and act as a one-stop shop for all home and living solutions, offering a variety of local and foreign products, including furniture, appliances, electronics, air conditioning, DIY, tools, building supplies, decorations, flooring, paint, gardening tools, and much more.

The House Guru+ Membership, which will grant customers access to a number of exciting privileges and benefits, including point accrual, special promotions, discounts, house moving service, pest control, home cleaning, free interior design, and much more, is being introduced by one the House Guru’s rewards programs.

the House Guru Mall project management partner CEO is Mr. Laurence J. Hamilton, who first came to Cambodia in 2009, speaking about why he is pursuing the Home & Living concept:  “As more and more generic retail supply enters the Phnom Penh real estate market, there is an ever-growing niche for specific product themed malls, where people can visit one venue to satisfy a particular purpose for an overall unique, efficient, and positive consumer experience. Our main vision is to stick to three core principles for consumers: Value, Variety, and Experience.”

“Providing good quality products and services at extraordinary value remains at the core of our vision, which is why House Guru Home & Living Mall consists of many individual independent outlets, giving consumers a huge variety of products and brands to choose from various retailers.”

With approximately 70,000 condominium units and 1 million square meters of office space already in Cambodia, as well as over 400 new landed property projects commencing in 2022 alone (source CBRE 2022), there is a huge demand for property improvement.

“In an ever more competitive rental market, it can often come down to the style and furnishing of the house. Outdated kitchens, bathrooms, and furnishings can make properties much more difficult to rent, and each month a property remains vacant is lost earnings.”

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