ASIAN PROPERTY firms, including a number of Thai developers, are looking to expand their investment in the United Kingdom following the country’s referendum vote in June to leave the European Union.
AP Thailand’s joint Japanese venture
CENTRE POINT, an exclusive residential and retail development in the heart of London, has grown in popularity with buyers from Thailand. The number of apartments sold to Thai nationals has doubled since the June “Brexit” vote to leave the...
Norm Marque targets a variety of lifestyles
A NUMBER of leading property developers plan to roadshow their luxury residential projects overseas in a drive to boost sales during the latter part of the year, after most of the top listed players posted strong results for the first six months.
PACE DEVELOPMENT Corp plans to expand its upmarket food-and-beverage store chain in the US, Dean & DeLuca, to 300 branches by 2021
MAJOR developer Pruksa Real Estate is confident the property sector will grow by up to 8 per cent this year despite a 4.5-per-cent decline in sales in Bangkok and its surrounds in the first six months compared with a year earlier.
LAND PRICES will drop by as much as 10 per cent next year after the land and building tax becomes effective, Pruksa Real Estate chief executive officer Thongma Vijitpongpun has forecast.
PIYA INTERNATIONAL is collaborating with Nye Estate Company to develop a residential complex worth Bt2 billion on a 40-rai (6.4-hectare) plot in the Khao Yai area of Nakhon Ratchasima province, part of a 2,500-rai resort and vineyard compound owned...
Property Perfect uses ‘Windmill Town’ concept