The Parq: A 20 Billion THB Project In The Heart Of Bangkok
The capital city of Thailand has been considerably modernized over the last 20 years and is preparing for its near future with urban development projects that will allow the Thai capital to establish itself in the business world as a major megalopolis in Asia.
The project will cover 4 hectares and will include ultra modern office buildings, a hotel and numerous shops for a total investment of more than 515 million euros. The Parq will be connected to the current Queen Sirikit National Convention Center expo because it aims to attract large international groups. The result looks dazzling and opens a new era for Bangkok, which will assert its place on the international economic scene as a hub for business and tourism.
A neighbourhood that moves and transforms the centre of Bangkok
Panot Sirirvadhanabhakdi, director of TCC Assets, said: “Health is the new wealth. Companies that place more importance on the well-being of their employees improve their productivity and retain it more easily. On this basis, we imagine workspaces that will enable companies to create a healthy working environment that is reinforced by the proximity of the 70-hectare Benjakitti Park.”
Major projects that inevitably call for others
It is very simple, at the exit of the subway “Khlong Toei”, we slalom between the building sites. Among the most awaited, the “One Bangkok”, whose inauguration is scheduled for 2021, and which will put its impressive footprint on the skyline of Bangkok. the urban skyline of Bangkok will also welcome another inhabitant: the Siamese Queens, which will welcome upscale condominiums.
Large-scale projects that will create a powerful dynamic around them for high-end residential buildings. This excitement is already attracting entrepreneurs and investors who are positioning themselves now in anticipation of the many benefits that will bring One Bangkok and The Parq in the neighbourhoods where they register.
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