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Old February 21st, 2008, 05:09 AM   #1
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PATTAYA | Projects & Construction

Development projects from Pattaya, a booming city on Thailand's east coast.
Info from the Thai New Highrise Development forum

Ocean ONE "O1" 91 storeys - 327m to highest residential level - 367m pinnacle height
Developer: Siam Best Enterprise / Bruno Pingel
Architect: Woods Bagot (Australia)
Structural Engineers: Connell Wagner

News Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=339262

Status: EIA approved, construction to commence in March 2008





The Beach - Jomtien Beach 62 & 52 storeys
Developer : Hvidsten Eiendom AS (Norway)
Website: http://www.the-beach.no/
News Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=456522
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North Point 61 & 51 storeys
Architect: Woods Bagot / HB Design
News Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=281212
Developer: Raimon Land


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Prima Grand Pattaya 60 storeys
Developer: Prima Development
News Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=454894
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Old February 21st, 2008, 05:10 AM   #2
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Bazis 55+40+30 storeys
Developer: Bazis-A (Kazachstan)
News Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=576191



Reflection, Jomtien Beach 55 & 49 storeys
News Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=583041
no rendering as of yet, official launch March 08. website: http://www.reflectionpattaya.com

The Waterfront 54 storeys
Developer : Elran-Dankner Group (Israel)
website: Website : www.waterfrontpattaya.com
News Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=537049

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The White Sand Beach+Mövenpick Pattaya, 52 + 48 + 45 storeys
Developer : Grande Asset Development PLC
Architects : Intercon Arkitekton
News Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=522367



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The Lotfs Southshore 50 & 40storeys
Developer: Raimon Land Expected Completion 2010
News Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=515379
website: http://www.raimonland.com/theloftssouthshore/




The Seafront Jomtien, 43 & 43 storeys
News Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=495702
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The VIEW Panorama 41 storeys
Developer: Glenasia Website : http://www.glenasia.com/TheView.asp
News Thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=581305
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Old February 21st, 2008, 05:34 AM   #4
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Bangkok Post 4th Feb 2008

PROPERTYInsights
Pattaya's five-star market potential


by NIGEL CORNICK

The growth in Pattaya's property market in just the last two years is nothing short of astonishing. There are a number of factors that have caused in this growth, such as the economic strength of the Eastern Seaboard, but none has been more important than tourism.

As an industry, tourism has created international awareness and prosperity, resulting in the establishment of impressive five-star infrastructure assets particularly in terms of transport, health and hospitality, which are directly benefiting the property industry today.

Pattaya has long been the biggest tourism destination for Thailand and continues to be so with an estimated 6.85 million visitors expected to have arrived in 2007, capping an increase rate of almost one million visitors every two years over the last five years.

Thais, who for years have travelled to the beach resort for weekends, remain the dominant group representing between 20% and 25% of total visitors.

The biggest change the destination is experiencing is the surging volume of visitors from Russia. From January to June 2007, a total of 558,608 Russians visited Pattaya, by far the biggest overseas visitor source, and a huge increase over the 482,587 arrivals from the destination in the whole of 2006.

Visitor arrivals from South Korea, China and India also climbed significantly, by 81%, 25% and 51% respectively.

The tourism arrival profile directly reflects the nationalities who invest in Pattaya from around the world, with Russian buyers topping the list of investors in Raimon Land projects in 2007. They represented a sold value of almost 250 million baht or 22% of the total value of international investment with our company in Pattaya.

The Thai market continues to understand and profit from Pattaya too, with property investments totalling more than 200 million baht in 2007 in Raimon Land projects representing 19% of total investment. This is followed by the UK and Australia who each make up a further 10% and Germany with 6% to comprise the top five investor countries last year.

This should not obscure the diversity of investor markets in Pattaya, with the United States, Sweden, China, Estonia and Ireland all significant investors with a total of 1.1 billion baht invested with Raimon Land in Pattaya in 2007.

The strength of the destination, though, is not just about numbers. Much of Pattaya's allure is as a lifestyle destination due to the wide choice of upscale leisure activities that can be enjoyed throughout most of the year.

Pattaya's ability to offer a host of international sports and leisure activities, combined with all the conveniences of a modern and cosmopolitan city, now just 90 minutes from Suvarnabhumi Airport, is attracting investors sold on the destination's tropical lifestyle.

One example is the rise in the international yachting and sailing scene, with the 2007 Top of the Gulf Regatta attracting more than 500 sailors and some 250 vessels.

The regatta was headquartered at Jomtien's Ocean Marina Yacht Club, one of Asia's top marinas. It includes a condominium complex, hotel and yacht club, and is capable of handling 500 yachts in the water and 200 in drydock. Further plans include the construction of the 32-storey San Mario Condominium with a 51-room hotel.

This type of luxury accommodation development characterises the more upmarket trend in Pattaya, where new hotel projects will result in a 50% increase in five-star room inventory over the next two to three years. In the last quarter of 2007, we witnessed the opening of Amari's Orchid Resort and Tower in North Pattaya, while Centara, Hilton, Movenpick, InterContinental and Le Me'ridien all plan to open upscale hotels and resorts between 2008 and 2010.

The development of a former beachside resort into a dynamic city offering an active lifestyle on its doorstep is a compelling investment for many nationalities and it is also something that has not been lost on the host of retirees investing in the destination.

Tourism has blazed the trail for much of this to happen. Now it is the turn of property developers to build on this platform, contribute to the local economy and to the happiness of investors, and those who want to live in the destination in the winter months.This is the first in a series of three articles that draws on research by Raimon Land detailed in the upcoming publication, 'Why Invest ... Pattaya'. To reserve a copy please contact Raimon Land Research, [email protected]. In the next article on Feb 18, we will look at rental yields and capital gains in Pattaya.

Nigel Cornick is Chief Executive Officer of Raimon Land Public Co Ltd, Thailand's leading international property developer with projects in Bangkok, Phuket and Pattaya. For more information visit http://www.raimonland.com
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Old February 22nd, 2008, 04:40 PM   #5
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projects by Central Group

Centara Grand Mirage
Two 20 storeys hotel towers + resort / leisure complex, convention centre
Architects: BBG/BBGM + KNET
Developer: Central Group







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Central Festival Pattaya Beach
retail + leisure complex plus two 29 storey towers

Developer: Central Group

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"What a jealous" I really love them for designing, the inclusive views of Pataya so cool.
Prosperity comes to Pataya. Congradtulation
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Oh God!!!! What's the Centara Grand Mirage look like! The project is fantastic and coming to be the new trend of nice environment building project for the future.....cool!!!!
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Can't wait to stroll inside Central Festival
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Pattaya is a fabulous beach resort. Did construction on the Ocean ONE start yet?
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Yeah, seems like it just started
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Wow Pattaya is gonna have one hell of a skyline in future, I'm truly impressed by the projects underway there.
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wow...so many huge projects in Pattaya now. In the next 2-3 years the sky line here will totally changes.
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Pattaya will become Dubai soon!
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Wow, very nice. I love Pattaya and Thai people.
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