Patterned upon Italy’s “city of love,” the condominium project on Jomtien Second Road officially opened is showroom and sales office on Nov. 23 with a “symphony of love” party hosted by Pattaya Deputy Mayor Ronakit Ekasingh and Blue Sky directors Thawatchai Sachdev and Surjeet Singh Chawala.
An artist’s impression shows the completed Venetian Signature Condo Resort Pattaya.
Project manager Sunny Chawala said the Venetian comes on the heels of the successful Atlantis and Grande Caribbean projects, but will be distinctly different than the first two. Chawala said it will focus on a “luxurious romantic style” with the grounds modeled on a map of Venice.
Ronakit Eaksingh (left), Deputy Mayor of Pattaya, presents a bouquet of flowers to Surjeet Sing Chawala (right), Director of the Blue Sky Group, to congratulate him on the launch of the Venetian Signature Condo Resort development.
Spread over 10 rai, the condo resort will feature four eight-story buildings – Antonio, Bellini, Casanova and Marco Polo – offering a total 990 units. Units come in three sizes with a studio at 24-27 sq. meters, one-bedroom at 32 sq. meters and two bedrooms at 64 sq. meters. Prices start from just 899,000 THB for a fully furnished studio.
Both interior and exterior decorations will carry an Italian theme. Amenities include a landscaped garden, children’s room, a “lazy canal,” fountains, floating walkway, and a gondola pier. Construction is slated to begin next summer with completion the year after.
To celebrate the project’s launch, Blue Sky donated 100,000 baht to the Sanuk Day Care Center through its managing director Tracy Cosgrove.
For more information, call 087-499-6551 or visit VentianPattaya.com.
Surjeet Sing Chawala (right) presents a cheque for 100,000 THB to Tracy Cosgrove (2nd right) and the children of the Sanuk Day Care Center.