104 rai (16.7 hectares)
Gross floor area:
1.83 million sqm
50 rai (8 hectares)
One Bangkok is a fully integrated district ideally located in prime central Bangkok at the corner of Wireless Road and Rama IV, right next to Lumphini Park, with unsurpassed accessibility through direct connections to the MRT. Starting with a comprehensive master plan and iconic architecture, the result of intensively collaborative efforts between top international and local architects and consultants, One Bangkok will set new standards in terms of design, quality, connectivity, and sustainability. It will be the most prestigious corporate address in the city, a vibrant lifestyle destination combining new-to-market retail, hospitality, art & cultural experiences, and the ultimate in luxury residences.
One Bangkok’s development philosophy on community and sustainability will create a new paradigm of urban living in Bangkok. Designed from the ground up to be green, smart, and safe, lush landscape, active and ample public spaces, and informal network of pedestrian-friendly circulation recalling the urban typologies of Old Bangkok ensure that One Bangkok will be accessible, inclusive, and inspire new forms of public participation in the city - a dynamic reflection of the city’s bright and bold future.
One Bangkok's Gross Floor Area of 1.83 million sq. m will consist of five Grade A office towers, five luxury and lifestyle hotels, three ultra-luxury residential towers, four distinctive retail precincts and cultural spaces.
Corner of Wireless Road and Rama IV, Bangkok
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