LPN Development Co. Ltd., which recently launched its third and latest Pattaya development, Lumpini Ville Naklua, held a press conference on February 9 to announce a link up with the Bangkok Pattaya Hospital.
The Lumpini Ville Naklua project will incorporate 532 residential units built on 12 acres of land on the Pattaya-Naklua main road and will offer 1 bedroom units ranging in size from 26-39.50sqm.
An artist’s impression shows the completed Lumpini Ville Naklua project.
The Lumpini ‘brand’ aims to provide affordable housing with a full set of modern facilities. This latest 830 million baht development will include a children’s playground, convenience stores, dry-cleaning, restaurants and landscaped gardens to encourage and enhance a family environment.
In addition, three floors of the project will incorporate aids for elderly residents including special handrails in the bathrooms, elimination of sharp edges in the rooms and an emergency button to use when help is required.
In an innovative move, LPN has signed an agreement with Bangkok Pattaya Hospital for the latter to provide medical help and assistance for residents that will include an ‘IP Phone’ facility that can aid diagnosis and treatment of a patient through a ‘Live’ video feed with the hospital’s qualified medical staff. Bangkok Pattaya Hospital will also provide free ambulance rides for those requiring treatment at the hospital.
Lumpini Ville Naklua is the company’s third project in the city following on from the successful launch last year of Lumpini Condotown and the announcement of the marquee 4 billion Lumpini Park Beach Jomtien development. The former is already sold out and the project in Jomtien has reportedly reached a 75% sales figure despite only being announced in November.
This year, the company aims to launch 12 new condominium projects worth around 16 billion baht and five townhouse projects worth 1.5 billion baht.
For more information on Lumpini Ville Naklua, contact the sales office on 038-489-310 or go to www.lpn.co.th.
Visitors look at a scale model of the development.