IDEO Charan 70-Riverview
IDEO Charan 70-Riverview is located at Charansanitwong Road, Bang Phlat Bangkok, with a high-rise condominium 1 building 38 storey, a total of 1,424 units. The building has 4 levels of luxury leisure facilities which include a private sunken lounge, Aqua pool, Jacuzzi, Sauna, steam room, rooftop garden, and Sky Infinite track. All the units are modern and fully furnished with the most luxury appliances, you can enjoy the endless Chao Phraya River view with sunrise and sunset everyday.30 mins to Phuket International Airport
10 Project Highlights
✔️ Limited foreign quota | Starting price from HKD550K
✔️ Up to 5%* rental yield | HKD1,900 psf.
✔️ 3 mins walk to MRT Bang Phlat (Blue line MRT)
✔️ Easy Connect with BTS Green line
✔️ 4 mins walk to Tesco Bang Phlat
✔️ 5 mins drive to Navamindradhiraj University l Canadian International School of Thailand
✔️ 10 mins drive to CBD Sathorn and Rama IX
✔️ 4 stations to Bang Sue Grand, the smart city
✔️ 6 stations to all lifestyle hot spots – Chatuchak Market & Terminal 21
✔️ Ready-to-move in | Buy-to-let immediately | Fully furnish and luxury appliance set
IDEO Charan 70-Riverview is a ready-to-move in and buy-to-let building with fully furnished and luxury appliance set.
All the units in IDEO Charan 70-Riverview have the endless Chao Phraya River view with sunrise and sunset everyday, no matter you are staying in the gym room, the lounge or the rooftop garden.
Just 3 minutes to MRT Bang Phlat, and easy access to BTS in 10 mins to all the important areas eg. Mo Chit, Siam, Chit Lom, Bang Sue, CBD Silom and Rama IX.
Get closer to the future CBD area – Bang Sue Grand,
the Smart City
Bang Sue is a key redevelopment for one of the world’s most-visited tourist destinations. Before the pandemic hit, Bangkok was welcoming almost 40 million visitors a year. It hopes that foreign travelers return rapidly, and the rail system will help them access more of the country (Pattaya, Chiang Mai and China), including less-visited areas in need of an economic boost.
There is a strong demand for condominium projects in the areas of Bang Sue. According to a survey by The Nation, 11 developers are launching 17 projects worth a total of 47.18 billion baht ($1.43 billion) between 2015 and the final quarter of this year. Of the 13,819 units, many have been sold and transferred to buyers while others will be handed over between next year and 2020.
“We expect strong demand from home-buyers for residential units in Bang Sue, Bang Pho and Tao Poon due to their proximity to the mass transit routes and workplaces,” Pruksa Real Estate Plc CEO Prasert Taedullayasatit said.
It believes that IDEO Charan 70-Riverview has a strong investment return as the project is 4 stations away from Bang Sue with an excellent international railway, a future residential area, and a future CBD coming soon.
It includes the commercial office area, hotels, landmarks, and shopping malls, with the skywalk, connecting office towers and the stations, two stations are connected to each other through shopping malls and water paths.
Close to the core central business district as Silom, Sathon, Rama IV Rd, Ploenchit, and Wireless Rd, as the commercial, leisure, and business center of Bangkok, the land price is naturally bound to be the highest which in turn leads to rising property prices.
Social life activated – 6 stations to Chatuchak Weekend Market, is certainly an assault on all five senses. Food stalls will bombard you with wafting aromas of different types of food and drinks. Techno music blasts from trendy clothing stalls. Herds of people shove their way through the market, one stall at a time. That being said, Chatuchak Weekend Market is one destination you can not miss visiting.
Why do we need to invest in Thailand?
A country with a population of 69 million, Thailand stands at the heart of the ASEAN Economic Community, a 10-nation Southeast Asian common market of 660 million consumers.
Foreign investors ranging from global giants Hitachi, BMW and Western Digital to fast-growing startups, the focus is firmly on the future as Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy races to transform itself into Thailand 4.0, the region’s innovation and knowledge-based digital hub.
Foreign companies specializing in such advanced technologies as aerospace, artificial intelligence, biosciences, electric vehicles, fintech, robotics and production of sophisticated medical devices are taking advantage of a highly skilled workforce, rapidly-improving infrastructure and lavish government incentives to move their operations to Thailand.
A surge in property development in Bangkok
Bangkok, the bustling capital city of Thailand, has experienced a significant surge in property development in recent years. This growth can be attributed to various factors, including a growing economy, increased foreign investment, and government initiatives. In this article, we will explore the reasons behind this surge in property development and its impact on the city.
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