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Old April 27th, 2013, 08:55 PM   #1081
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Hyde+Hyatt Regency, 43+37 Storey-167.75 M : Sukhumvit-13
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Anyone has photos of the construction progress of Pickadaily community mall on Sukhumvit 77?
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Anyone has photos of the construction progress of Pickadaily community mall on Sukhumvit 77?

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The Lofts Ekkamai, 26 Storey : Sukhumvit

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Hyde+Hyatt Regency, 43+37 Storey-167.75 M : Sukhumvit-13

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Old May 1st, 2013, 06:25 PM   #1085
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Old May 2nd, 2013, 02:53 PM   #1086
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Blue line extension update : 27/04/2013

Blue Line Extension 27 km with 19 Stations


สถานีวัดมังกรฯ - Wat Mangkorn Station
เริ่มจากสถานีหัวลำโพง เดินเท้าไปเรื่อยตามถนนเจริญกรุง พบว่าระหว่างทางจะมีสัญลักษณ์นี้ติดที่ตึกแถวรอบข้างเกือบทุกห้องเลยครับ คาดว่าน่าจะเกี่ยวข้องกับการทดสอบการทรุดตัวของอาคารหลังจาก TBM เจาะผ่าน



เครื่องจักร soilmec เป็นระยะๆ เดาเอาว่าน่าจะเป็นเครื่องสำหรับทดสอบค่าของดินก่อนที่จะ TBM จะเจาะผ่าน (อันนี้ต้องขอผู้รู้มาช่วยอธิบายเพิ่มนะครับ)



และแล้วก็มาถึงสถานีวัดมังกร site ก่อสร้างที่นรกที่สุดในโลก เห็นเครื่องเจาะผนังกันดินใหญ่เบอเริ่ม ผนังกันดินห่างจากห้องแถวด้านข้างไม่กี่เมตรเอง คนที่อยู่ในห้องแถวคงเครียดน่าดู(เสียวตึกถล่ม)

ชัดๆ ของพื้นที่เจาะผนังกันดิน ,บริเวณที่วางถังเบนโทไนต์(ที่มีป้าย italthai travi)ด้านขวาของรูปเมื่อก่อนเป็นตึกแถว เรียกว่าเวนคืนหายทั้งไปแถบ (สถานีราชปรารถดูไว้ซะ) แอบเสียดายเหมือนกัน เพราะบางตึกเป็นตึกแถวที่มีอายุแทบจะเป็นโบราณสถานได้เลย






งานรื้อย้ายสาธารณูปโภค ดูแล้วโหดมาก site นี้ อะไรก็ไม่รู้ยุบยับเต็มไปหมด เห็นแล้วเครียดแทนผู้รับเหมา



สถานีวังบูรพา - Wang Burapha Station (Interchange with purple line)
site นี้ผมว่าผนังกันดินใกล้เสร็จหมดแล้ว เห็นเครนขนาดใหญ่ออกมาวางแถวแยกสามยอดบางส่วน คาดว่าน่าจะทำโครงสร้างรองรับสายสีม่วงที่จะเชื่อมต่อในอนาคต




รถทดสอบดินไปทดสอบอีกฝั่งของถนนแล้ว เดี๋ยวทดสอบเสร็จแล้วรถเจาะผนังกันดินก็จะตามไปในเร็ววัน




สถานีสนามไชย - Sanam Chai Station
กำแพงกันดินเสร็จเรียบร้อย คราวนี้ก็เริ่มขุดดินได้
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MEA Headquarters, 30 Storey : Rama IV

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Name : Metropolitan Electricity Authority New Headquarters
Location : Rama IV (replacing the burned down building by red shirt protest)
Project description : 30 Storey Office tower
Owner : MEA
Construction Start : Middle of 2013 (current structure being brought down)

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ORION, 50+35 Storey : Rama IV

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Nope, I dont think its longer holiday Inn. And from the height limit change and new TCC partner this project is going up very high.

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Baan Jamjuri 2, 35 Storey : Sukhumvit-39

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Century Onnut, 27 Storey : Sukhumvit-81

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It looks stunning now

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Metro Sky Prachachuen, 37+22+22 Storey : Northern Corridor

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The Bangkok Sathorn, 55 Storey : Sathorn

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MARQUE, 50 Storey-222 M : Sukhumvit-39

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Condolette Midst, 30 Storey : Rama IX

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Name : Condolette Midst
Developer : Pruksa PCL.
Project Description : 30 Storey Condominium Tower
Location :Rama IX Road, Between Ideo Mobi and Aspire Condominium
Launch : June 2013

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The View, 35+18 Storey : Riverside-Rama III

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Name : The View
Location : Current Good View Restaurant, Thanon Tok
Project description : a 35 storey residential tower and a 18 storey hotel building.

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Bangkok Christian Hospital, 19 Storey : Silom

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Canapaya Residences, 57+44 Storey : Riverside-Rama III

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Monorial Pink Line


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Typical Pink Monorail station

Side section of the Typical Pink Monorail station

A few days ago, I have been to Architect'56 at Challenger Hall, Mueang Thong Thani and learning that SQ Architectures & Planners Co. Ltd is the one who designs the stations along Pink Monorail [Kae rai - Laksi - Boworndej Revolt Monument - Minburi] - before giving the output to TEAM Consulting Engineering and Management Co., Ltd.
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BTS Dark Green Line - North extension


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km 25 station

typical layout of station along Saphan mai - Lam Look ka extension

The new design on Wat Phrasri - Lak Si station at Laksi Circle for Boworndekj Revolt Monument to allow proper and convenient intersection

The design of station near Rama 8 Monument not far from Lak Si Circle
A few days ago, I have been to Architect'56 at Challenger Hall, Mueang Thong Thani and learning that SQ Architectures & Planners Co. Ltd is the one who designs the stations along Saphan Mai - Lam Lookka extension of Skytrain before giving the output to TEAM Consulting Engineering and Management Co., Ltd. and OTP
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Samrong station

Bang Ping station at day

Bang Ping station at twilight

Bang Ping station at Night

A few days ago, I have been to Architect'56 at Challenger Hall, Mueang Thong Thani and learning that SQ Architectures & Planners Co. Ltd is the one who designs the stations along Bearing - Samut Prakarn extension of Skytrain before giving the output to TEAM Consulting Engineering and Management Co., Ltd. and OTP
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In search of Bangkok central
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Most major cities have a designated centre, or at least a number of zones that are known as business, retail or cultural hubs. London has The City, Westminster, Oxford Street and the West End, Singapore has Orchard Road, Marina Bay and the Quays, Hong Kong has its towering island, and in Kuala Lumpur, well, KLCC.

Although Bangkok boasts similarly defined areas; the sprawling, ever expanding nature of the Thai metropolis means the focus for development seems to constantly shift as new projects rise from the urban soil like concrete Acacia trees (among the fastest growing in the world), demanding attention, and of course, investment.

Most cosmopolitan Bangkokians would probably tell you that the area around Siam Square is the city’s true centre, framed as it is by the country’s most splendiferous retail malls and grande, branded hotels. Expats may argue that pumping arteries like Sukhumvit and Silom Road offer more depth and diversity, each one also boasting its neon shrines to conspicuous consumption. Then, of course, there’s Sathorn and its monuments to financial gain, flanked by high-end hospitality and mixed use bliss, while a short limo drive away from these commercial giants, the spoils of success are celebrated in style amid the leafy opulence of Ratchadamri, soon to be enhanced by a giant Magnolia and cushioned by the finesse of a Waldorf Astoria.

Talk to the real locals, however, the ones that in many ways drive the city’s fast paced residential development, and you will hear different names tripping off the tongue. Rama 9 is a case in point, home to the magnificent Central Plaza Grande,as well as The Nine community mall, and an endless swathe to new and established condo developments. Then there’s Lad Prao, Kaset-Nawamindra and Ram-Indra, all within nipping distance of the city’s doyen of design, CDC — packed every evening and weekend as the focal point for an equally vast but localised community. Newer still, Bang Na has found connurbate fame as the home to the recently launched Mega Bang Na, billed as the largest low-rise shopping mall in Southeast Asia and also including the city’s first Ikea, meaning the area’s residents now rarely need to contemplate mass transit excursions.

A contemplative trip to these humongous new urban alternatives soon sends the mental GPS spinning, and if that wasn’t enough, there are still more locations on the up and up. The majestic backdrop to the city’s glorious past, for example—the Chao Praya — is also now making a spirited comeback, thanks in part to the launch of Asiatiaque, an impressive, though rather kitsch new night market, food fest and “funarium”. There’s also a string of new hotels and condos either built, in progress, or conceived along the banks of the River of Kings, while just a meander or two to the south, Rama III is poised to shine as Bangkok’s CBD for the new age.

All this frenetic activity means the city’s property market is also in a state of perpetual flux. Unlike Singapore and Hong Kong where land is scarce and limited supply drives prices ever skyward (until the governments cool their engines), Bangkok’s property price wars inspire developers to offer endless deals and incentives to lure buyers to their particular version of home. Even at the luxury end of the market, when compared with other regional hotspots, prime properties remain refreshingly affordable, drawing cross border investment despite a notoriously obstructive, but ultimately navigable legal framework of foreign buyers.

For now, at least, the list of new centres for Bangkok will continue to grow, along with residential and commercial development. It may be hard to grasp such pervasive demand, but if we head back Rama 9 for a moment, we find 600,000 households in 17 densely inhabited districts, 537 schools, 69 colleges and 415 condominiums – all within a 10 km radius of the district’s main shopping mall. Apply the same numbers to the city’s many other burgeoning neighbourhoods, and it soon becomes clear that the scouts on the ground for map applications can look forward to a lifetime of job security in the Thai capital.
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Developers launch luxury projects as demand returns
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Demand for luxury residences has returned to the Bangkok property market, especially in the central business districts, where leading developers have responded by launching and promoting projects during the first half of the year.

According to a survey by The Nation, luxury developers began aggressively marketing their top-end residential projects early this year after seeing demand return for the purchase of luxury homes.

Pace Development conducted a Dubai roadshow of its luxury condominium project, Ritz-Carlton Residences, which boosted presales beyond 50 per cent of the project value of Bt12 billion.

Asian Property Development introduced a Bt3.3-billion luxury condominium, Galerie rue de 39, in the first quarter. Presales have already reached about 20 per cent.

Sansiri, meanwhile, also plans to launch a luxury condominium on Wireless Road this year, with a starting price of at least Bt400,000 per square metre.

Another listed developer, Major Development, will hold a grand opening for local buyers of its Bt6-billion luxury Marque condominium in July. Although this is still two months away, it has already sold nine of the 147 units.

"We decided to launch our luxury condominium in July after witnessing demand for luxury condos return, from both domestic and foreign buyers," said managing director Suriya Poolvoralaks.

Eight of the nine units already sold were booked by local buyers, and the other by a Hong Kong investor with a business in Thailand, he said.

The Marque is Major Development's most expensive condominium project, with an offer price of Bt250,000 per square metre. It has been designed by the Palm and Turner firm of architects.

"We saw new demand from local and foreign buyers now that the supply of luxury residences is limited, especially for freehold projects, as a result of which we decided to launch our luxury condominium at this time," Suriya added.

Some of the luxury demand is from foreign buyers expanding their regional investment in light of the approaching implementation of the Asean Economic Community in 2015.

Thailand will then be a hub for foreign investors in both the office and residential sectors because its infrastructure is better than that in several other Asean countries.

"We will manage the [Marque] project through our subsidiary, Major Residences, which will also act for any owners who want to rent out their units," said the MD.

Bt210-million penthouse

Seven of the Marque's units are penthouses, most with usable space of between 400 and 500 square metres. The biggest penthouse, covering 600 square metres, will cost Bt350,000 per square metre, or Bt210 million in total.

The project has been designed to include luxury features and facilities such as a gallery lobby, semi-private meeting room on the ground floor, fitness room and golf simulator.

The developer has applied for an environmental-impact-assessment permit, and plans to complete the project in 2016.

The investment budget will come from both Major Development's cash flow and borrowings from commercial banks. This will maintain the company's debt-to-equity ratio at not more than 2:1, Suriya said.

The company is also considering issuing a Bt1.5-billion debenture this year or next to support its business expansion, he added.
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Mass-transit expansion dictates new city plan
Somluck Srimalee
The Nation May 10, 2013 1:00 am


Redesignation of some areas, new rules cause developers to fret over lack of clarity

In line with the concept of turning the capital into "a green and compact city", the new Bangkok City Plan sees six key category changes from its predecessor, which expires this month after being in place for the last seven years.

"All of the changes are brought about by infrastructure development, especially the mass-transit system that is expanding locations [for development] from the central business districts to outer Bangkok," Panyapat Noppun, deputy director-general of the City Planning Department of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration, said during an interview with The Nation.

The capital's infrastructure development dictated the rewriting of the city plan, in particular the 10 new mass-transit rail routes that will be completed over the next five to 20 years, she said.

"When the mass-transit system is complete, it will change residential demand as people will want to live close to the rail system, which will reduce their transportation costs and improve their quality of life," she added.

The main idea of the new Bangkok City Plan is that the design focus should be on making the capital a "compact city". That requires people to get to their workplace quickly and keep their travel costs down by using an expanded mass-transit system.

As a result, the designation of some locations near to the mass-transit system will change from "moderate population" areas to "middle-high density" areas.

The areas subject to such a designation change are Min Buri and Taling Chan districts, Wong Wien Yai, Pattanakarn junction through Srinakarin Road, and Chaeng Wattana Road.

The new city plan also designates three new commercial-complex areas along the mass-transit routes: Phaholyothin, Wong Wien Yai and Makkasan.

These locations will be open to the construction of commercial buildings covering more than 10,000 square metres, as well as buildings with a floor-area ratio 10 times above the standard level.

The plan also provides for a space bonus for buildings meeting the "green building" environmental criteria of the Thai Green Building Institute.

Developers and building owners successfully applying for certification from the institute will be entitled to extra space and a floor-area ratio up to 20 per cent higher than the standard level.

Low-income housing

Meanwhile, the plan also supports demand to provide housing for the low-income market by offering incentives for property firms who set aside space for this segment.

Developers catering to customers classified by National Statistical Office as low-income persons will get 5-20 per more floor-area ratio space than the norm, depending on the extent to which a project design provides for the low-income market.

However, the plan also revises down some locations from "moderate population" areas to "low-density" areas, due to their limited infrastructure, including road size and wastewater system, which is insufficient to support significant residential development, she said.

Included in this category are Bang Khun Thian district, located close to a mangrove forest, Bang Bon district, Bang Yee Khan and some parts of Bangkok Noi district.

"Overall, the new Bangkok City Plan is designed to cover the city's population growth and infrastructure investment over the next 20 years," Panyapat said.

Residential concerns

Although the new Bangkok City Plan is designed to cover the city's growth over a long period, property firms and related parties continue to have concerns over exactly how it will be implemented in regard to residential development.

LPN Development managing director Opas Sripayak said that while the company was interested in the incentives for developing housing for the low-income market as well as green building, it would have to study the new plan very carefully because it would be difficult to accomplish these goals if it lacked clarity on how to go about it.

For example, how exactly would the company apply if it wanted to build a residential project in which some of the space was set aside for the low-income market?

Moreover, what would happen to the space if that segment of the market did not in the event have sufficient purchasing power to buy units in the area reserved for it?

"We agree with the new Bangkok City Plan, but we will need time to learn how to carry things out before deciding whether to develop housing in accordance with the new rules," he said.

Sopon Pornchokchai, president of the Agency for Real Estate Affairs, said the new city plan limited the space for building condominiums in the central business districts, especially along Sukhumvit Road, by stipulating a floor-area ratio of only seven or eight times.

"The plan focuses only on green areas, but is not concerned about building homes for people in areas where there is now more demand to live close to the workplace," he said.
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Experts disagree on whether a property bubble is forming in Bangkok.

Bangkok’s condominium market does not show signs of a real estate bubble, according to the Real Estate Information Centre (REIC). However, markets in other provinces risk over supply, the Centre said.

REIC director Samma Kitsin said there was concern over a potential over supply of condominiums in the provinces and that if the situation continued, a real estate bubble could form. The provinces in question include Chonburi, Khon Kaen, Chiang Mai and Prachuap Kiri Khan.

Despite vacant units reaching an accumulated 300,000 in Bangkok, and 40,000 more units were added to the market in the first four months of the year, Kitsin said that the continued expansion of the mass transit lines helped match supply with demand.

Meanwhile the Bank of Thailand fears a bubble amy be forming, reported the Bangkok Post. Songtham Pinto, director of the bank’s macro economy division said the bank is wary of a property crisis that could result in huge losses and a slow recovery. “We need to be cautious and monitor the [property market] situation very closely and prepare measures to cope with any possible problem,” Pinto said at a property seminar organised by REIC in Bangkok on Wednesday.
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PYNE, 43 Storey-161M : Ratchatewi

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Hilton Sukhumvit, 28 Storey : Sukhumvit-24

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T.C. Green, 34+34+34+34 storey : Rama IX

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Central Embassy+Park Hyatt Hotel, 40 Storey : Chitlom

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Palladium Square, 39+39+34-Storey : Pratunam
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Belle Avenue, 43+43+40+40+33+33+28+28 Storey : Rama IX-Grand Square

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NOBLE PLOENCHIT, 52+44+20+10 Storey : Ploenchit

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Noble Ploenchit construction now busy with workers and progress.



New show unit of new type of 2 bedroom with 2 one bedroom units combined.



One of the projectors was broken. What a shame.

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TV5 Building, 22 Storey : Victory Monument

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