Property developer Angel Ken & Sky threw a “thank you” party for customers of its new Embassy condominium project, which has sold 90 percent of its units since being announced in November.
CEO Aphichart Prasithnarit hosted the March 11 party, attended by Pattaya deputy mayors Ronakit Ekasingh and Verawat Khakhay, and customers, who vied to win prizes in a drawing, including an Apple iPhone and a trip to Australia. Guests enjoyed food and drinks and a chance to meet their future neighbors.
Management of property developer Angel Ken & Sky pose with Pattaya City officials at the “thank you” party held March 11.
Aphichart, whose company has developed 48 properties in Pattaya, Bangkok, Phuket and Hua Hin in its 19-year history, said the Pattaya market has grown appreciably in the past two years. The number of large investors in the area’s property market confirms the country’s economy, as well as Pattaya’s, are growing. He said he expects Pattaya to continue growing, especially after Thailand enters the ASEAN Economic Community in 2015.
An artist’s rendering of The Embassy condominium.
Developed on Pattaya’s last large plot of vacant land off Sukhumvit Road, the 450 million baht Embassy is comprised of two, eight-storey buildings offering 198 units. Amenities include swimming pool, fitness center, a “barbecue lounge,” and complex-wide wireless Internet access.
Management is also arranging trips to Australia where customers will have their photo taken and that photo will be used as wallpaper in their condo unit.
Prices of units in the project start at just 1 million baht.
Prices for a fully furnished 23-57 sq. meter unit begin at 1 million baht. Facilities include swimming pool, gym and more. Only 10 percent of the units remain on the market.
Construction is slated to begin within months with completion in 2015. For more information, check out the company’s website at TheEmbassyCondo.com.