The Bhumi Emerald condo project, which was conceived by Khemerak Sthapanik Trading and is to be constructed by the Chip Mong Group, is set to include 47 units on 24 floors. This $10 million project should be finished in two years. Emphasis will be placed on residential comfort in the building’s communal spaces.
There will be four floors for car parking, a swimming pool and gym at floor 15, and an open sky garden on the top roof floor, allowing [residents] to see beautiful views of the city.
The building, which is to be located at #73 Street 444, will cover 468 square metres and feature four types of rooms ranging from 60 square metres to 160 square metres in size. The largest rooms will feature three bedrooms, while the smallest only one.
It costs $100,000 per unit which set to go on sale in the fourth week of November in September.
The Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction revealed that foreigners bought more than 1,305 condominium units in the first six months of the year.