A joint venture between TCC Assets and Frasers Property Limited, One Bangkok is the largest private sector property development initiative ever undertaken in Thailand. The 16.7-hectare integrated development in central Bangkok comprises five premium Grade A office towers; five luxury and lifestyle hotels; three ultra-luxury residential towers; four distinctive retail zones; a cultural hub and performance centre, and 80,000 sq metres of green space.
Samyan Mitrtown is a new integrated development on Rama 4 Road with a total area of 222,000 sq metres. The project comprises three zones:
The project is targeted to launch at the end of 2019.
Located at the corner of Ratchadapisek and Rama 4 Road, FYI Center is walking distance from Queen Sirikit National Convention Center subway station. A cutting-edge commercial development, FYI Center comprises two office towers and one hotel tower. The two 12-storey office towers provide a combined net lettable area of about 48,000 sq metres, whilst the 14-storey Modena by Fraser Bangkok offers 239 rooms. Developed with the ‘business + creativity’ concept in mind, the buildings are designed to ignite motivation and be an inspiring workplace.
The Parq is an integrated development with offices and retail shops which will meet the needs of office workers, visitors and the wider community.
With innovative architecture and sustainable design, The Parq delivers commercial workplaces that facilitate an enhanced quality of life. Offices are LEED* certified, supported by complementary and vibrant amenities, including a curated retail offering to match everyday needs.
*Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is the most widely used green building rating system in the world.
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