AERAS Condominium breaks ground

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Developers behind the AERAS Condominium invited monks to pray for smooth construction as the Jomtien Beach project broke ground last month.

The Oct. 25 merit-making ceremony saw Sompop Wanitsaenee and Saksitti Theerapornsathan, managing directors of AERAS Condominium welcome Maj. Gen. Itthiphol Ittisanchai, superintendent of Muang Nakorn Nayok Police Station, and Wirun Wongpahisampot, honorary state attorney of the Office of the Attorney General in Bangkok to the beachfront property to bless the laying of the first foundation pile.

An artist’s impression shows the completed AERAS Condominium overlooking Jomtien beach.An artist’s impression shows the completed AERAS Condominium overlooking Jomtien beach.

AERAS is slated to be built on three rai of land, reaching 38 floors and 304 units.  A second four-storey building will be constructed adjacent to the tower between Jomtien sois 17 and 18.

Developer The Urban Property sees the condominium as a new seaside resort, offering studio, one- and two-bedroom units measuring 26-182 sq. meters.  Construction is scheduled for completion in 30 months.  Prices begin at 2.2 million baht.

For more information, see AerasCondo.com.

Sompop Wanitsaenee and Saksitti Theerapornsathan, Directors of AERAS Jomtien Pattaya, together with Wirun Wongpahisampot, honorary state attorney of the Office of the Attorney General, Bangkok, and Pol. Maj. Gen. Ittipol Ittisanchai, superintendent of Muang Nakorn Nayok station, pose for a photo following the ground-breaking ceremony on Oct. 25.Sompop Wanitsaenee and Saksitti Theerapornsathan, Directors of AERAS Jomtien Pattaya, together with Wirun Wongpahisampot, honorary state attorney of the Office of the Attorney General, Bangkok, and Pol. Maj. Gen. Ittipol Ittisanchai, superintendent of Muang Nakorn Nayok station, pose for a photo following the ground-breaking ceremony on Oct. 25.