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Old May 29th, 2012, 07:26 AM   #141
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guys dont have a list of prices of this condos or houses in this city ?
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Old June 8th, 2012, 02:07 PM   #144
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All systems go for The Palm: Construction contract signed
Friday, 04 May 2012
By Pattaya Mail

Developers of The Palm luxury condominium project on Wongamat beach have put pen to paper in a 1.3 billion THB deal with the Lock-BUILD Group for the latter to begin construction of the twin tower development in north Pattaya.
The Lock-BUILD Group is based in Bangkok and have many well known projects accredited to them in an impressive portfolio. They will be providing a ‘turnkey’ package for construction of The Palm’s 46 and 26 storey towers.


(From left) Winston Gale and Rony Fineman, The Palm developers, with Nuttapong Intuputi and Vutikorn Kamolchote from Lock-BUILD Group.
Winston Gale, co-developer of The Palm along with the acclaimed Nova Group, said: “This is our biggest contract signing to date on this project and it’s great news that we have now committed to a construction company and building work will begin as soon as the piling work is completed in June this year.”


An artist’s impression of The Palm Wongamat.
Building work on The Palm project is expected to be completed in 3 years time. The 3.2 billion THB development is being constructed on a 5-rai headland site on Wongamat beach and will comprise 544 units in total with all units featuring direct sea views. The development offers a unique selection of layouts with typical units ranging from 32sqm to 96sqm.
Facilities at the site will include 24 hour security, a fitness center, laundry, swimming pool, spa & jacuzzi, restaurant, clubhouse, games room, kids playground, and landscape garden.
The combination of outstanding location and features plus value for money has seen a stellar sales performance with over 80% of the units sold since the project was launched in December 2010.

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Wong Amat Tower, 39 Storey : Pattaya
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Old July 13th, 2012, 01:22 PM   #148
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[email protected] Hotel, 31 Storey : Pattaya
[email protected] expands to Pattaya

June 25, 2012 by Don Ross

http://www.ttrweekly.com/site/2012/0...ds-to-pattaya/


[email protected] will expand its hotel portfolio to include a second fully owned property in Pattaya due to open in February 2013 at an estimated build cost of Bt1 billion.

The group already owns the 203-room [email protected] Design Hotel and Spa in Bangkok, while it manages the 83-room Crown Lanta on Lanta Island in Krabi province. The group also manages a second hotel in Bangkok, the 200-room Mode Sathorn due to open this September.

In Pattaya, the 25-floor hotel located of Pattaya Sai 2 Road near Central Festival will have 268 rooms of around 34 sq m each. Its signature feature will be a roof-top infinity swimming pool offering views of Pattaya bay.

Commenting on the group’s expansion plans managing director, Kla Kitchakarn, said there were compelling reasons to open a property at the eastern seaboard resort.

“Most of the properties in Pattaya are competing for price in the two and three-star category,” he said. “There is room for four-star hotels due to the resort’s location close to Bangkok and the costs are not that high. Pattaya has reinvented itself with a much wider market base.”

He estimates the hotel will break even if it achieves 70% occupancy and its downtown location should appeal to Russian and Asian travellers. The market mix will even out at a 50-50 ratio between domestic and international bookings.

[email protected] Pattaya will have the same pop art design adopted by the Bangkok property.

In addition to owning a hotel in Bangkok and Pattaya, the group manages two other properties Crown Lanta and Mode Sathorn. Expansion to other resorts in Thailand such as Khao Lak, Hua Hin, Samui and Phuket are identified in the company’s 10-year business plan that targets at least three new properties under its management with an estimated 600 rooms.

Khao Lak is the most likely prospect for expansion, although in the group’s earlier press statements identified Phuket.

“It is the most difficult market today due to very high investment costs to acquire land on Phuket,” Mr Kla explained.

“We are also interested in managing hotels in neighbouring countries,” he added during a press briefing over the weekend at Crown Lanta.

“Mekong region countries are interesting and possibly Myanmar and Vietnam stand out as the most likely targets for long-term expansion.”

[email protected] in Bangkok is the group’s revenue leader with earnings of around Bt315 million a year, a performance that was down on earlier forecasts due to politically-related violence in the Thai capital between 2008 and 2010. Its average room rate, however, has improved from Bt2,790 in 2010 to Bt3,000 and occupancy improved from 69% to around 80% over the first quarter of this year.

The 83-room Crown Lanta, in Krabi province, closed 2011 with an average occupancy of 45% and earnings of Bt53 million. Revenue should reach Bt70 million this year. Average room rate is Bt3,000.

“We are not the price leader on Lanta island, we follow the five-star Pimalai Resort, which sets the benchmark,” said Mr Kla who insisted hotels on the island would not engage in a price war even in the low-season when occupancy drops substantially.

“Room demand and supply are not quite in balance, but most of the price competition is at the low-end of the market.”

Usually packed out during the months of November through to March with European guests, tourism to Lanta Islands drops off dramatically by late April and remains that way until the end of the rainy season in October. All told the island has 2,300 rooms mainly in small hotels and guest houses.

Crown Lanta’s current emphasis is on selling combination holidays that offer two nights in Bangkok with two or three nights on Lanta Island.

Scandinavian tourists remain the top visitors even during the rainy season, driven by long-stay bookings from families.

The resort’s sales team is concentrating on three niche markets offering low-season packages for honeymooners from Asia with an emphasis on the South Korean market, training and seminar business from Malaysia and Singapore and family travel.

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Prima Wongamat - "An Indulgent Living" in 5 star location of Pattaya

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Grande Caribbean, 30 Storey : Pattaya
Blue Sky Group secures project finance from Krung Thai Bank for new condominium development in Pattaya
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Surjeet Singh Chawala, Director of Blue Sky Group (4th from left) and Jaree Wuthisanti, Krung Thai Bank Senior Executive Vice President Corporate Banking Group 1 (3rd from left) recently signed a 1,150 MB loan agreement to support Grande Caribbean Condo Resort Pattaya, the second in a line of condominium development projects in Pattaya City by the Blue Sky Group. Built on a 11.5 Rai plot of land between Pattaya and Jomtien Beach, the project will consist of 1,064 units in four 8-storey buildings and one 30-storey tower with a colorful, modern and tropical Caribbean design theme. Blue Sky Group is a Thai owned company that holds significant financial assets and has a long history of experience within the resort and hospitality sectors in Thailand. The signing ceremony was held at Grande Caribbean Condo Resort Pattaya showroom on 13 July 2012.

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16 July 2012 The Peak Towers, Pattaya - photo report from the construction site.





















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Installment Payment - 36 month

• Year of completion - January 2014
• Number of buildings - 1
• Number of apartments - 116
• Distance to the beach - 1000 m.
• Swimming pool - communal
• Security
• CCTV
• keycard access
• Parking
• Tennis court
• Gym (fitness)
• Laundry
• Shop
• Restaurant
• Garden

Maintenance fee:
40 THB - sq.m. - month

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Reflection, 58+49 Storey-252 M+196 M : Pattaya




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Reflection, 58+49 Storey-252 M+196 M : Pattaya


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Upon completion, it will be the third tallest building in Thailand and the second tallest residential building.

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Posh, 35 Storey : Pattaya
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Southpoint, 28+20 Storey : Pattaya


Making a Point: Nigel Cornick back with a bang on the Pattaya real-estate scene

This summer marked the return to Pattaya of a familiar face to the local real estate sector when ex-Raimon Land CEO Nigel Cornick announced his new development vehicle Kingdom Property had secured finance from the Krungthai Bank for their first major project in the city, and indeed Thailand, the THB 2 billion Southpoint condominium on Pratumnak Hill.

The Pattaya Mail recently conducted an interview with Mr. Cornick to discuss his new venture in the local real estate market and to also garner his views on the overall property scene, both in Pattaya and around Thailand in general.

Kingdom Property CEO Nigel Cornick talks about his new Southpoint condominium project in an exclusive interview with Pattaya Mail Real Estate Monthly.

But first, how had the Kingdom Property CEO been keeping himself busy over the past couple of years?

“After leaving Ramon Land in 2009 I went into partnership with the Brooker Group and established Biswanger Brooker (Thailand), a boutique property services company. We were busy helping our clients with acquisitions and the like, but frankly, once you’ve had the bite of development it’s very hard to get it out of your blood,” Mr. Cornick answered.

“For the last 3 years we’ve been looking for opportunities and we were finally able to secure a site,” he continued. “We recapitalized Kingdom Property and bought 4 rai on Pratumnak Hill on soi 7. We were very fortunate to secure this site as it’s not easy to find 4-rai of land consolidated in a prime location such as this.”

Designed jointly by Bangkok based architects The Beaumont Partnership and SODA Thailand (Stephen O’Dell), the plans for Southpoint are for 2 towers, one 20-storey and one 28 storey, with 42,000sqm of living space. The company also promises that South Point with incorporate some eye-catching landscape features.

Kingdom Property CEO Nigel Cornick talks about his new project to Pattaya Mail TV.

“Our landscape architect, who is based in Singapore, has come up with some truly unique and innovative ideas for the landscaping for this project. They will really be well worth seeing,” said Nigel.

With prices set to start at approx. THB 65,000 /sqm the company feels the project will be an attractive proposition to many sectors of the real-estate marketplace.

The design team led by Colin K. Okashimo from CKOA (left) meet with Nigel Cornick (right) to discuss the plans for the Southpoint project.

“We’ll test the market but we think the 1 and 2 bedroom units will be the most sought after; that seems to be the feedback we are getting from our research,” said Mr. Cornick.

“It (Southpoint) is a very modular design, if we find that there is more demand for larger units we have the ability to combine the smaller ones,” he added.

The project is expected to be officially launched later this year with presales scheduled for September or October. The decision to hold off from launching presales too far in advance of construction is something the Kingdom CEO says will pay dividends down the line.


“You need to show people what they are going to get, so it’s essential to have a proper sales office and showroom ready so customers can see the quality of the product you are offering,” he said.

And who does Kingdom Property see as their main target sales groups for Southpoint?

“The Russian market you can’t ignore,” said Nigel. “I would think most new developments in Pattaya are achieving at least 20% sales to Russians.

Award winning architect Stephen O’Dell unveils his interior designs for Southpoint.

“Also, with the Thai market, the Pratumnak area has historically got connections with the Royal Varuna Yacht Club and a few years ago this was the area that many Thais wanted to live. We are going to try and rekindle that interest and we are talking with Varuna Yacht Club about developing certain associations.

“However, we believe that South Point will appeal to all customers, whether Thai or foreign, looking to invest in a quality development. This (project) will fill a gap between Jomtien and Naklua as both of those areas are getting heavily focused on from a development perspective,” he added.

With some investors holding concerns about the consequences of the financial problems in the Euro-zone, and a possible over-supply of rooms here in Pattaya, how does he view the immediate and long term future for the property market here in the city?

“At Kingdom Property we are firm believers in the real-estate industry in Pattaya,” replied Nigel. “People thought I was crazy when I first came here (with Raimon Land) - certainly my staff at the time did, they just couldn’t see the potential. But I could see that the opportunity was here and apart from a slight hiccup in 2008 the market has continued to grow.

“What happens in the rest of the world doesn’t necessarily reflect in the Pattaya market,” he added. “Most of the major developers here have actually thrived since the 2008 global financial crisis.

“The tourism driver for Pattaya is going to be huge,” he continued. “The mayor is predicting something like 2 million visitors just from India alone in the next 2-3 years, which is significant if you bear in mind the Russian tourist numbers now are about 700,000.

“There are something like 47,000 hotel rooms in Pattaya of varying standards, but we see the main call in the future coming for the 3-4 star market. Demand for accommodation will be the driver for investment decisions. Possibly tour groups will purchase blocks of units in developments. There are many diverse investment opportunities that are going to be created because of the momentum,” Nigel added.

The disastrous floods that hit other parts of the country last year also seemed to see a shift in the focus of investors who began to look at Pattaya and the Chonburi region in general as a more attractive proposition for future property acquisitions. Does Kingdom Property also share this viewpoint?

“Yes, the industrial base in the Eastern Seaboard is going to continue to grow and we expect the take up of industrial land in the area to be the highest ever following the flooding last year that affected the other parts of the country,” replied Mr. Cornick. “Just on the industrial base alone, you have to be confident that Pattaya is going to be ahead of the field.”

And how does the city compare to other resort destinations in Thailand?

“Phuket was rightly considered to be the jewel in the crown, and in many respects it still is” says Mr. Cornick, “but it was hit hard by the 2008 economic crisis and hotels and resorts there have had to adjust their room rates to attract more of the larger tour groups, which means the island has maybe lost a bit of its shine in recent times.

“Hua Hin, because of the royal family connection has traditionally always been a popular destination for Thais, but Pattaya, with its myriad of attractions, is starting to appeal more now to the younger Thai buyers,” he added.

Does he see any potential stumbling blocks for Pattaya’s development in the future?

“The planning and implementation is where Pattaya has got to look at itself, look to improve its infrastructure: water, sewerage, roads etc. – it’s the major challenge for this city but we remain hopeful,” replied the Kingdom Property chief.

Southpoint marks the company’s first foray into real estate development, so what can we expect in the future from Kingdom Property?

“We’ve got 2 other projects we are looking at in Pattaya, hopefully we will be able to secure at least one of those in the next 6 months,” replied Nigel. At the moment we are primarily focusing on Pattaya and the Eastern Seaboard, but if something interesting came up in Bangkok or elsewhere, possibly as a joint venture, then we would look at it on its merits,” he added.

As a final note Mr. Cornick left us with his positive perspective for Thailand’s economy in general.

“This country is the number 1 tourist destination in Asia and I don’t see that changing,” he said. Thailand is unique in that it opens itself to all nationalities, religions etc., and as long as the political situation remains stable there is no reason why we shouldn’t be confident about the future here,” he concluded.

“We believe that South Point will appeal to all customers, whether Thai or foreign, looking to invest in a quality development.” – Nigel Cornick, CEO Kingdom Property Group.

http://www.pattayamail.com/property/...te-scene-15144

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