Pho Nimit opens today on 12th January and Talad Phlu will be opened on 14th Feb, 2013
It is great new for all the residents of Ratchada, Rajaphuk and Kallapraphuk area. Today on children’s day, January 12th 2013, BTS has open it’s new station Pho Nimit on the extension of silom line. This station is next to Wong Wian Yai, which used to be the last station of silom line on other side of the river.
Due to delay in the construction the next station Talad Phlu will open it’s door on Valentine’s Day on 14th February, 2013. Originally both of these stations supposed to start in end of the last year.
However there are two more stations are under construction and are excepted to open in mid or end of 2013. The next two station are Ratchaphurk and Bangwa. The last station of silom line is Bangwa and it is very near from back side or metro park sathorn. Currently all the residents of metropark who want to use the BTS has to travel to Krungthonburi and which takes 10 minutes to 45 minutes but when Bangwa will be opened, the traveling time will be 5 minutes to 15 minutes maximum. It will be also good to take a motorbike taxi for metro park sathorn.
Sometimes it seems the capital is full to the brim with new offices, condos and retail outlets, but key indicators suggest the building boom is nowhere near finished, though problems such as labour shortages might water growth down
Bangkok is far and away the country’s main property destination, and the majority of developers remain focused on the capital. As it has been for the past few years, the condominium market continues to be the most active sector, driven by changing demographics and the spread of mass transit. The other interesting sector is retail, which has changed a lot in the past five to six years due to the proliferation of community malls. Continue reading Still room to grow after a bumper year for industry→
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Optimism beginning to return after last year’s calamity but new flood fears have buyers and sellers on edge.
Bangkok’s second-hand housing market has improved considerably after struggling in the wake of last year’s heavy floods. There is still lingering uncertainty about how the capital will deal with the 2012 flood season, but if no major calamities occur, the resale residential market should be fully back to normal next year.
Thais are more willing to buy old houses first and demand is growing after last year’s floods. But the market still remains edgy until buyers see how floods this year are handled. Continue reading Second-hand market steady→
Conventional property funds expected to thrive despite competition from REITs, which are not as tax-friendly.
Property developers are moving to raise more capital via property funds before real estate investment trusts (REITs), a new fund type with more flexibility, become available in the Thai market next year.
REITs have two main features that make them more attractive than property funds to many investors. First, non-financial institutions can set up and manage the trusts, while only asset management companies can run property funds. As well, REITs can create debt. Continue reading More choices for investors→
With concerns about flooding eased, large and small developers are looking forward to double-digit growth this year and stepping up rebranding of their corporate images amid stiffer competition in the housing market.
SET-listed developer Asian Property Development Plc (AP) plans to spend 400 million baht on rebranding after introducing a new logo in August.
As per now (October 2012) the planning of Silom Line BTS Extension is to start as below.
Taksin – Phet Kasem Extension
S9 Pho Nimit To be opened on mid of January 2013
S10 Talat Phlu To be opened on mid of January 2013
S11 Wutthakat To be opened on 12 August 2013
S12 Bang Wa To be opened on 12 August 2013
Bangkok’s rapidly expanding Skytrain will add another 464 km of transit routes in the future. A total of 28 construction projects are either in the planning stages, under construction, or have just been completed. The new routes will extend Skytrain’s coverage from central Bangkok to surrounding provinces, as well as link Bangkok’s airports.
Three Skytrain projects are already open for service, including the airport link Skytrain from Phayathai to Suvarnabhumi airport. The other two completed projects are the BTS Skytrain, and the underground Skytrain from Bangseu to Hualamphong. The three expanded routes total 79.5 km. Continue reading Skytrain Expanding Its Transit Web In Bangkok→