Park Origin Phrom Phong Sukhumvit 24—The Last 12 Rais For The Future
A cosmopolitan metropolis such as Bangkok is a place where commodities flourish and if one knows where to look, there is nothing one cannot find in this city. While the capital seems to be an ever-flowing cornucopia, there are certain resources that are indeed growing scarce: nature and dwellings. Recognising this, the developers of the new Park Origin Phrom Phong Sukhumvit 24 have sought to create a residential space that is meaningful and maximises what is rare in a prime area like Sukhumvit 24.
Unlike many parts of Bangkok where the population can get quite homogeneous, Phrom Phong is a salad bowl. The diverse district offers a selection of authentic, multicultural cuisine, for instance, including American, Italian, Korean, Chinese, Japanese and Thai, of course—many of which can be found inside five-star hotels like the Hilton or Marriot. A centre of commerce and lifestyle for expats of all nationalities, Sukhumvit 24 is truly an international sphere of its own.
Mega Development Area
Being merely a cultural hub is not good enough for an investment. Fortunately, the area happens to be the very epicentre of large-scale development projects. Adjacent to Sukhumvit 24, the highly anticipated expansion of The Em District to include The EmSphere is expected to be finalised by 2020. Other happening developments in the surrounding neighbourhood include the Queen Sirikit Convention Centre and One Bangkok. Scheduled for opening in three years, the new Sirikit Centre will champion local culture and conventions like never before. Then towards Rama 4 Road, One Bangkok is a grand mix-used establishment covering more than 104 rais. Housing a supermarket, serviced apartments and even an educational facility, One Bangkok is projected to be the new go-to place for city dwellers.
Garden In The Centre City
Surrounded by Lumpini, Benjakiti and Benjasiri parks, the last 12 rais of Sukhumvit 24 have been dedicated to luxurious living amidst lush greenery. Park Origins Phrom Phong Sukhumvit 24 is built on a plot of seven rais with five high-rise buildings limited to only 12 units per floor to ensure quality living spaces. With the starting price of 6.9 million Thai baht, the rooms range from 25.9 to 88 square metres. Under the concept of “Private in Mass,” the condominium has an open garden space of approximately three rais, making a total recreational space of 10 rais where inhabitant can immerse in nature with, only a few steps from their rooms.
Even though there are multiple new development megaprojects, freehold properties are becoming rarer rendering a condominium that buyers can really own extremely rare, especially in this area.
— Siripong Srisawangwong
CEO of Park Luxury, Siripong Srisawangwong also expressed his belief in making this new high-rise condominium one to be passed from generation to generation. To accommodate long-term living, the premium condominium has high-quality facilities such as retail, a library, business centre, fitness centre with sauna, a breathtaking cloud pool and more. The five towers' heights vary with two comprising of 29 floors, one with 44 floors and the remaining two with 51 floors each. The guiding philosophy over all five towers, however, remains consistent: maximise privacy by minimising the units on each floor. Depending on one's needs, three types of rooms are available. For contemporary individuals or couples, one-bedroom units range from 25.9 to 40.6 square metres. Two-bedroom alternatives range from 53 to 67 square metres, while the duplex is the most spacious of all with an area of 88 square metres.
For more information, visit Park Origin.