Major Development Estate Co., Ltd. has recently unveiled its latest brand “Maestro” – featuring low-rise condominium projects in prime locations with classic design and exclusivity, but at affordable prices.
The first project under the new brand – Maestro 39 – is located in Sukhumvit 39, targeting the mid-high local market and ex-pats, especially Japanese people in Thailand as the location is also known as ‘Little Tokyo’. The project is worth 600 million baht, offering 90 units at an average price of 110,000 baht per square meter. Pre-sales already started last month.
Maestro 39 condominium.
Petrada Poolvorlaks, executive director of Major Development Public Company Limited, revealed that the company is currently pushing hard to expand its client base and its research found that there was a strong demand for homes in or near the city center, where transportation is convenient and facilities are close at hand to provide a better quality of life.
Maestro has been designed to carry different strengths and uniqueness compared to other brands in the Major Development portfolio. The low-rise condominium at 8 stories high, offering 90 units, with two levels of underground parking. The interior style comes in two choices – Mino (Japanese-style ) and Milazzo (Italian-style). The units are divided into three types – one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom (with or without maid room), with spaces ranging from 30 sq m up to 122 sq m.
“From our research, we found that Sukhumvit 39 is a popular area for the Japanese who work in Thailand, therefore, in terms of interior design, our units all have bath tubs and our project is pet friendly.” said Petrada.
The exterior of this project is inspired by classic European buildings but with a twist of modern design on the ground floor. As for all of Major Development projects, Maestro 39 is also equipped with state-of-the-art facilities such as rejuvenated swimming pool, library, kids room, steam and sauna rooms, gym, and round-the-clock security. Additionally, a roof top area is provided for chess court, sky yoga, sky golf center, skyline onsen, and more. The skyline onsen is the first ever to feature in a low-rise condominium in Bangkok.
“Maestro 39 is one of the few new projects located in the golden zone of Sukhumvit. Transportation is convenient but the atmosphere is still peaceful and not too crowded. In this zone, there are numerous community malls, shops, restaurants, hospitals, schools and other facilities. Sukhumvit is also conveniently linked to other areas, and with Prompong BTS station being so near, Maestro 39 is a luxury project at an affordable price. I am sure it will be very well-received by the market,” said Petrada.