To serve Bangkok’s fast expanding city, the BTS group have increased the number of lines in order to facilitate and support this rapid growth. These include the red line (Bangsue – Thammasat Rangsit), purple (Tao Poon – Bang Yhai), orange (Taling Chan – Minburi) and green (Mochit – Saphan Mhai – Khu Khot). The green line in particular stretches far out from the outer ring of the city straight into the central business district (CBD) which hubs condominiums, offices, educational institutions, large shopping complexes as well as a variety of shops, cafes and activities to match the array of urban lifestyles. This results in many condominium developments constantly rising along the expanding green line, naturally, developing the suburban areas bringing more business opportunities along the sky rail.
Areas around Thonglor - Ekkamai, Phra Khanong – On Nut are all considered to be popular high value locations where there are high demands on acquiring such prime locations both for the investors and buyers with prices always shooting up. There are countless condominium rising in these areas with exceptional feedbacks, this accounts for ‘The Fine Bangkok’
in Thonglor – Ekammai, a Japanese luxury inspired high-rise development in soi Ekkamai 12 located close to Ekkamai - Thonglor BTS or the ‘Quintara’ in Sukhumvit 42
which is also next door to Ekkamai BTS.
The expansion of the green line has brought along major developments to the many areas beyond the CBD; especially around Ratchayothin station where the area has become a center for shopping malls, restaurants, educational institutions and many businesses. The expansion has resulted in real estate developments and high-rise condominiums being drawn towards the area, for instance, ‘Mazarine’ Ratchayothin
located right next to Ratchayothin station gives it an advantage over other condominiums in the area. It is expected that in the near future, there will be many new major properties happening around Ratchayothin, especially along the green line and wherever it expands to, it will definitely attract real estate investors and potential buyers along the way.
With all that is happening, areas around the green line are still on high demand for investors either wishing to stay and or for business purposes. As soon as the extended railroad is open for the public use, prices for both these locations and property developments will rapidly rise. For anyone who wishes to invest in real estate, these golden locations next to the green line BTS are definitely worth looking into.
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