Four Seasons Private Residences along Bangkok’s Chao Phraya set to be launched in Singapore

/ EdgeProp
April 16, 2018 7:00 AM SGT
Since the Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok was launched for sale three years ago, Singaporeans have made more than three million visits to Bangkok. They have also snapped up units at the project even though it has not been marketed in Singapore. “Singaporeans know and love Bangkok,” says Ben Taechaubol, CEO of Country Group Development. “And they can navigate and find us when they come.”
The first waterfront Four Seasons Private Residences in Asia is part of the THB32 billion ($1.34 billion) Chao Phraya Estate by Thailand- based international developer Country Group Development. The entire project has a 350m frontage along the Chao Phraya River and also comprises Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok as well as Capella Hotel Bangkok.
Chao Phraya Estate sits on a prime 14.2 acre site along the major river in Thailand that it was named after
(Images from Country Group Development)
“This is the most unique site and most exciting hospitality project in Bangkok,” says Ben. He reckons it has been three decades since there was a new luxury hotel on the riverbank. Chao Phraya Estate sits on a 14.2 acre site, one of the largest waterfront land plots in Bangkok’s CBD, and will have not one but two luxury hotels, notes Ben.
Chao Phraya Estate was envisaged as one of Bangkok’s icons and “every aspect of Four Seasons Private Residences Bangkok has been designed to bring our vision to life”, says Ben. The design by Hamiltons International features a unique geometric floorplate that makes all 355 residences in the 73-storey tower corner units offering unblocked views of both the river and the city. It offers a wide range of units, from one-bedders starting from 104 sq m (1,119 sq ft) to five bedroom duplexes with 499 sq m of space.
Artist’s impression of the...