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Old August 2nd, 2013, 09:46 PM   #1181
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Mega Projects in Bangkok

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Bang Sue Grand Station U/C
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Suvarnabhumi Airport Expansion proposal




Grand River Place proposal
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Despite limited land being available for developing residential projects in the central business districts of Bangkok, some CBD locations still have large plots that can be developed for mixed-use projects.

Most of these bigger plots are owned by state enterprises, some of which plan to open bidding among developers, assuming they can first clear any difficulties with their existing tenants, according to a survey by The Nation early this week.

If all of these plots were to be opened up for development, there would be an estimated combined investment of Bt1 trillion, would create new landmarks and a new residential area in the CBDs.

For example, the State Railway of Thailand plans to open bidding for development of the Makasan complex on 500 rai (50 hectares) of land worth Bt300 billion, located close to the Airport Link's Makkasan station.

The project comprises an exhibition hall, retail area, entertainment complex, office building, serviced apartments and a luxury hotel.

The Port Authority of Thailand hopes to develop 223 rai in Khlong Tae for a mixed-use project, with an office building, logistics and warehouse facilities, and a shopping complex.

The more than Bt100-billion project has been in the offing since 2010, but development has been delayed due to opposition from the tenants at Khlong Tae market. Despite this problem, the plan remains part of the port's business strategy.

Meanwhile, the Crown Property Bureau will reopen bidding to develop 80 rai at the Armed Forces Academy's Preparatory School on Rama IV after Central Pattana, which won the earlier contact to develop the land, cancelled the deal due to a project delay.

The main idea of the bureau is to develop the area as a mixed-used project comprising office, retail and residential buildings.

Other locations for potential development are detailed in the accompanying graphic.

Kittiratt's relocation policy

Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong also has a policy to move some state agencies from land located close to the current CBDs and to redevelop the areas as new central business districts.

One such plan is to move the Correction Department's Klong Plem facility, sited close to Bang Khen junction, so that the land can be redeveloped as a mixed-use project.

Kittiratt is also interested in developing land at Phaholyothin, located close to Mo Chit Skytrain station, into an area for commercial and other buildings.

Sopon Pornchokchai, director of the Agency for Real Estate Affairs, said the areas in question were prime locations with a combined land value of more than Bt440 billion.

If the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration revised the regulations governing the building of high-rises in all of these locations, considerable project value would be created and there would also be greater efficiency in the use of land in central Bangkok, he said.
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GOVT TO REVIVE CITY 'CHAMPS ELYSEE' PROJECT





Ratchadamnoen to get B7bn 'cultural' revamp.

The government has decided to revive the ''Ratchadamnoen-Champs Elysee'' plan under a seven-billion-baht scheme to overhaul the landmark avenue in the inner Rattanakosin area. A government source said the cabinet yesterday approved the establishment of a public organisation to oversee the scheme which was first launched in 2001 by former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra before being buried after the coup in September 2006. The initial budget, proposed by the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB), was 13 billion baht.

The original scheme aimed to build facilities such as an underground walkway around Democracy Monument and public park and re-landscape buildings and footpaths on the road.

Buildings and street furniture will be upgraded to be on a par with those of the Champs Elysee in Paris. The plan is to promote the avenue as a cultural route with upscale shops, including a high-end hotel.

The first phase, costing 1.6 billion baht, is to redevelop buildings and footpaths on the avenue. Important works include the 107-million-baht underground walkway and 487-million-baht renovation works on vintage buildings, and others.

However, the project worries some architects.

''The project returns with the comeback of Mr Thaksin,'' said Yongtanit Pimonsathean, a lecturer on architecture at Thammasat University. He is a member of the conservation committee of the Crown Property Bureau, landlord of the area around the avenue.

The lecturer believed the decision of the government to create a public organisation is to speed up the scheme, and a possible next step is for the government to issue a decree which will designate the area as a ''special economic zone'' _ similar to the controversial Night Safari and Koh Chang, which would open the doors for a special administration to run the area.

In his opinion, the new organisation may scuffle with the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and the Committee on the Conservation of Rattanakosin and Old Towns.

Besides, he said, it is likely that old communities will be a target for relocation to pave the way for the scheme.

Ratchadamnoen Avenue, seen as the country's most beautiful road and the site of important temples, historical sites and government buildings, was built in 1899 under the reign of King Rama V, after he came back from a state visit to Europe. Chatri Prakitnonthakan, lecturer on architecture at Silpakorn University, said the way government has kicked off the project is undemocratic.

''I do not reject business and tourism. But this area has multi-layer land use, cultural importance and old community settlements and all stakeholders should be given the right to have a say how they think this area should be developed,'' he said. Unfortunately, the work plan is handled by a consultant firm, he noted.

''Where are the people, community and stakeholders? This is a very big, crucial area and what the government will do is let a group of experts decide what the area should become,'' he said. With regard to the original plan, the NESDB had commissioned a group of consultant firms to work out the master plan study in 2002. The group comprised Creative Development Co, SJA-3D Co and A-Seven Company.

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Does Bangkok have too Many Community Malls?
Are the likes of K. Village and Seenspace a sign of urban renewal? Or the death of urban planning?
By Amitha Amranand, BK staff





It’s Saturday night and you’re standing there, waiting for a table at a restaurant with the word “wine” in it. Maybe it’s Wine Connection or Wine I Love You—it doesn’t really matter. The place has an industrial chic décor, affordable bottles and it’s positively packed with elegant, young Bangkokians. Is it in a charming dead-end soi? A leafy avenue? A quiet square? No. It’s in a “community mall,” everyone’s new favorite place to hangout.

Since K Village opened in 2010, Bangkok has seen a veritable explosion of such spaces: Festival Walk, Nawamin City Walk, Rain Hill, Seenspace, Grass Thong Lor, Aree Garden, La Villa, Crystal Design Center, The Nine, The Circle, The Walk, The Crystal, Portico, Park Lane—the list is almost endless. They don’t belong to retail giants The Mall (Paragon, Emporium) or Central. They have outdoor circulation areas. They’re meant to be smaller than your regular mall (although Crystal Design Center is quite the behemoth). And they all provide an experience that shuts them off from their often drab surroundings.

The trend shows no sign of slowing down. If anything, developers seem to be aggressively injecting more community malls into every quarter of our sprawling capital. In February, Index Living Mall Co., Ltd. announced that it planned to invest five billion baht in building five more community malls in the next five years. Pure Sammakorn Development Co., Ltd.’s vision isn’t any less expansive. It will open its third Pure Place Community Mall in May on the booming Ratchapreuk Road, while aiming to unveil two more by next year. Siam Future Development Co., Ltd, whose projects include La Villa, J Avenue and Festival Walk, among others, believes there’s room in Bangkok for at least 150 more community malls—that’s right, 150.

COMMUNITY MALL 101

What exactly is a community mall? No one in Bangkok really agrees on a single definition. To some, what makes a mall a community mall is the kind of services it offers to the surrounding residents. National Artist and president of 49 Group, a multi-disciplinary architecture firm, Nithi Sthapitanonda bases his definition on the USA’s strip malls. For him, these malls, which are usually situated in residential areas, especially in the suburbs, contain all the shops and services that people need in their daily lives.
“Community malls in Thailand are not like that. Some places only have restaurants. When people come in wanting to buy medicine, there’s no pharmacy. If they need their clothes to be dry-cleaned, they can’t do that. The concept is all wrong,” says Nithi.

With the hyper-growth of community malls in recent years, most of us would probably distinguish a community mall from a mega mall by looking at the size and design. Yet, Ariya Aruninta of the Department of Landscape Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, who has written extensively on urban land management, doesn’t differentiate big malls from community malls based on these two criteria.
“It depends on the size of the community. If it’s a community in a city, then a shopping mall is a kind of community mall. Sometimes it can be a mega mall because our city has become a mega city,” Ariya says.

COMMUNITY, WHAT COMMUNITY?

Panida Tosnaitada’s Aree Garden, located in Soi Ari Samphan, is composed of 10 small shops, housed in a sleek and airy black metal structure that encircles a lush courtyard garden. And it has plenty of community cred. Most of the restaurants found in Aree Garden do not belong to a chain. Some of the owners are even Panida’s friends. There’s a nail salon on the upper level owned by people from the neighborhood. Tucked in one corner, Mahuna Books Et Cetera carries obscure Thai titles, handmade cards, and serves as an office for Kiao Klao Pimpakarn, the publishing house of the renowned writer and National Artist Naowarat Pongpaiboon.

“My family all live in this neighborhood. I grew up in the Sukhumvit area, but during the weekends and summer holidays, I came to stay at my grandmas. So I’m familiar with this area…When I was young, we used to cycle around. It was very cool and pleasant, with big trees and few cars. There were never any traffic jams in the soi,” Panida says.

But Aree Garden’s ties to the community and neighborhood are fairly exceptional. The Nine, K. Village and La Villa all have their share of chains, like iStudio, Au Bon Pain or Red Mango. And the shoppers inside sometimes drive a long way to get to them—as their vast parking lots demonstrate.

“Bangkokians assemble in loose groups. They don’t form real communities, unlike in the US or Japan, where cities are divided into different neighborhoods, and where each zone is well planned, with a school, a fire station, a post office,” says Ariya.
Architect Patama Roonrakwit of Community Architects for Shelter and Environment (CASE), who works closely with poor communities in Thailand through a participatory design process, sees the relationship between community and commerce in Bangkok as fairly random.

“It starts with a good location, which then attracts people to settle and form a community. As the community grows, it pulls in commerce. And as commerce grows, it pulls in more people to settle. Bangkok just keeps spreading with no rhyme or reason,” says Patama. The no-nonsense architect is of the same opinion as Ariya, that there are very few real communities remaining in Bangkok, except old communities like Bang Lampu and the slum areas. Community malls serve loose groups of shoppers, a certain demographic perhaps, but not genuine communities.

CONSUMER HEAVEN

A recent ABAC poll reveals that 71.6 percent of the people surveyed go to community malls to eat, while 41.3 percent see them as a place to meet and hang out with their friends. More than half of the people surveyed choose to go to community malls because of the proximity to their homes, while 46.9 percent find that community malls offer a full range of services and products. Ariya conducted another survey in 2009 to find out how city dwellers like to spend their free time. Shopping ranked first as Bangkokians’ favorite activity outside their homes.

“Why are community malls being built? It’s not because people need them. They’re being built because developers conduct market research to gauge the possible business to be made in a given area. Do they ask people whether they want it or not? No. They don’t care. They only look at people’s spending power and what the area is like, based on the market research,” Ariya says. “But I also think there are more advantages than disadvantages to community malls.”

Another landscape architect, Arrak Ouiyamaphan, admits there is growing emphasis on atmosphere and open space and that the new generation of community malls pays more attention to the landscape design. More focus on the design of the outdoor space usually translates to more trees. One of the city’s very first community malls, J Avenue is a fitting example of what Arrak is talking about. There, cars are protected from the sun beneath the shade of frangipani. A magnificent ancient tree hovers above the mall’s frontage. And a thick, tall row of greenery makes it difficult to see part of J Avenue’s façade. Aree Garden, too, considered the landscape design before the structure, according to Panida.

FILLING GAPS IN THE CITY

Community malls are also filling a void left by the city’s poor urban planning, and even architecture. Ashley Sutton, who is behind the famed bar Iron Fairies (Soi Thong Lor) opened his next two bars in community malls: Fat Gut’z (in Grass, Thong Lor) and Clouds (in Seenspace Thonglor Soi 13). He also designed Five, which just opened at K Village. Sutton actually prefers the atmosphere and benefits of community malls to shophouses, such as the one where he built Iron Fairies.
“The shophouses are absolutely disgusting architecture,” says Sutton who has had to face crumbling walls, an old and dirty sewer system, an outdated electrical system and disgruntled neighbors with Iron Fairies. “With community malls, you get a more solid shell to work with, whereas with a shophouse, you get a lot of problems,” Sutton confirms.

Owned and run by Seenspace Co., Ltd., an imported furniture distributor, Seenspace 13 caters to a young and hip crowd. The stylish structure is home to independent restaurants and accessories shops rather than well-known brands. But while Sutton’s bar has done well, on the mall’s uppermost level a space still sits empty, waiting to be rented. In the afternoon, the shops are open, but the mall is practically deserted. The space picks up at night, and Seenspace Co. Ltd. tells us that the business is so far a success.

Sutton, too, believes that for a community mall to succeed, it should have restaurants, banks, and a small supermarket to generate traffic during the day. Seenspace may stand apart from some of Thonglor’s community malls, with its refusal to rent out its spaces to chain stores, but like many community malls in Bangkok, it lacks diversity and the services needed in people’s day-to-day lives.

There are also those who disagree with the community mall model. A resident of the Ari neighborhood, Antika Teparak of Salt restaurant finds little appeal in community malls. “In community malls, there are restrictions on closing and opening hours. And we don’t want to share the space with other shops, where each one has its own target customer. I see community mall shoppers as people who don’t know what they want. They go to see what’s available, then they choose. When people go to a standalone restaurant, they have a real intention to go there,” says Antika, who is now opening a second restaurant across from Salt.

But Antika is also quick to admit that La Villa, across the road from her soi, is a success and has brought convenience to Ari’s residents. She even says that without the opening of the community mall, she might have hesitated longer before deciding to invest in a standalone restaurant in this area. She also sees benefits, like good parking and better customer traffic, to running a business in a community mall. In fact, one community mall is offering her an enticing space that allows for relative isolation from the hubbub and the creative freedom with respect to the design. The restaurateur is certainly keeping her options open.

Community malls may not be perfect, they fit into a city that’s growing even further from urbanism ideals—particularly when it comes to walkability. Six-lane avenues like Silom, Phaya Thai, Sathorn, Rama IV, Phetburi or Sukhumvit are at times impossible to cross on foot. Sidewalks are potholed, lack any shade and are overrun with motorcycles. Available retail space is in dilapidated shophouses with cranky landlords. The reality is that community malls are not wrecking perfect little streets since these only exist in our imaginations. On the contrary, community malls are a manifestation of Bangkok’s rapid growth, its lack of community and the absence of urban planning. Long-standing communities naturally develop the shops, restaurants and services needed for them to function. But when the neighborhood is made of mushrooming moo ban (gated communities) and condos, it seems the best you can hope for is a community mall to open next door.
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The whole tour starts at the sales office at Raimon Land's headquarters at Millenia Tower in Soi Mahadlekluang 3 and Langsuan. View from the conference room.



Arrived in front of the site.





The head construction man informed me about the very high specs throughout the construction of the whole project.

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Lobby/Drop-off area.



Typical lift area.



Typical hallway. They will be air conditioned.



At the first show unit. A two bedroom 140sqm corner unit with views of the whole of Lumphini Park, the Sathorn Skyline behind and also Sukhumvit skyline view to the left. The pictures don't really do it justice. This is my favorite show unit.



Ceilings are at 3m from floor to ceiling. 3.6m floor to floor.





Lumphini Park Views. Would look really great in the morning in the bright morning sun. It's a bit dark today though but it gives off a different mood that is also really nice.



Corner bedroom.



You can see Baan Ratchadamri right in front. Not that big a problem considering the awesome views from the other windows.



Master Bathroom area



Second Bathrrom. Rain showers are provided with every bathroom. The brand used is American Standard. Quite disappointing but they still look great.



Large engineering teak wood flooring in bedrooms.



This type is priced at around 4x million.





Another different unit facing east towards Langsuan, Wireless Road, Ploenchit and Sukhumvit. On a clear day, you will be able to see all the way to Bang Krachao. The balcony is large enough to install a small table for outdoor dining. I took this photo when it was raining. I came back to this unit later after it stopped raining.



Lumphini Park view.



Looking towards Langsuan, Wireless Road and Ploenchit.



The third show unit faces Rajadamri Road and the Royal Bangkok Sports Club.



Kitchen by Blum. An American company.



View of the Royal Bangkok Sports Club. Perfect for watching Horse Racing

This unit is priced at around 6x million.

Just a side note. Shawn Yue, a famous Hong Kong actor had just bought 2 smaller penthouse units for around 140 million baht. He bought it just for "holidays" in Bangkok.



The sales lady says he's coming back next week and is planning to purchase another larger unit.
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LPN Development boosts pre-sales target to Bt24-25 billion
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LPN DEVELOPMENT Plc has revised its pre-sales target from Bt20 billion to Bt24 billion-Bt25 billion this year thanks to demand for condominiums priced not more than Bt3 million, which is still showing strong growth.

Managing director Opas Sripayak said last week that the company enjoyed high pre-sales in the first seven months of this year worth Bt16 billion after launching six condominium projects worth nearly Bt10 billion in the first half.

They are located on Lat Praklow 2, Suksawas-Rama II, Udon Thani province, On Nut-Lat Krabang, Rama IX and Srinakarin Road.

The company also plans to launch six projects this second half year worth Bt15 billion. They are located in Rangsit, Sukhumvit Soi 24, Cha-Am, Hua Hin, Jomtien Second Road and On Nut Soi 46. They will boost its pre-sales over the estimate of Bt20 billion that was made early this year, he said.

However, the company has maintained its Bt15 billion revenue target for this year.

The company earned Bt360.05 million on revenue of Bt2.48 billion in the first quarter of this year.

"Although the country's economy shows signs of growing slightly in the second half of this year compared with the first half, we still maintain our growth target after seeing strong demand for condos offering prices lower than Bt3 million per unit," he said.

The main risk for property firms in the rest of this year is the labour shortage. Some residential projects cannot deliver units to customers on time.

"We manage our construction process by signing long-term contracts with our suppliers and contractors. That, combined with our construction process, [operates] like an industrial plant. This helps us deliver our residential projects to our customers on time," he said.

The rejection rate for its customers seeking mortgages is lower than 10 per cent, which is normal for its customer base. This is still lower than the overall market's 20 per cent.

"Most of our customers' financial health is still strong enough to buy a property and get a home loan from a bank, so we believe that our total revenue will achieve the early target of Bt15 billion this year," he added.
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IDEO MOBi SATHORN, 33 Storey : Sathorn-Taksin
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Rhythm Sathorn, 38+42 Storey : Sathorn

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ABSTRACTS, 35+35+35 Storey : Paholyothin
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Central Embassy+Park Hyatt Hotel, 40 Storey : Chitlom

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Hyde+Hyatt Regency, 43+37 Storey-167.75 M : Sukhumvit-13
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The Willow, 23 Storey : Sathorn
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The Willow....today

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Rhythm Asoke : Asoke
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The Niche Mono Ratchavibha, 31+31 Storey : Nothern Corridor
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Royal Thai Police Complex, 34+20 Storey : Northern Corridor
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Siamese Suriwong, 20 Storey : Silom
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Look good with a little changed

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NOBLE RE D, 23 Storey : Aree
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Siamese Rajakru, 27+15 Storey : Aree
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The Room Sukhumvit 69, 29 Storey : Phrakhanong
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Ideo Wutthakat, 31 Storey : Thonburi
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The Peninsula Residence, 55 Storey : Riverside

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The Room Sukhumvit 21, 33 Storey-109.4M : Sukhumvit-Asoke
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Quinn, 33+27 Storey : Ratchadapisek

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Condolette IZE, 33 Storey : Ratchatewi
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Centric Ratchada-Huai Khwang, 32 Storey : Ratchada

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674 units

Starting from 25.40 sqm to 57.50sqm

Priced at around 120k per sqm
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Casa Condo Ratchada-Ratchaphruek, 28 Storey : Thonburi
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