Sukhumvit has long been known as the main vein of Bangkok where living is expressed through characteristics. Each part of this charming neighborhood has a unique personality. The Mid-Sukhumvit area is a true hidden gem where expats and young wealthy Thais share exciting lifestyle, reflective of their personalities and cosmopolitan living. Capturing a rare beauty of this one-of-a-kind community, many real estate projects are developed along Sukhumvit; each portrays different lifestyle, concept and facets of cosmopolitan living. The latest gem added to Sukhumvit – BEATNIQ shines like a diamond. This highly crafted condominium offers a worthwhile investment opportunity for those appreciate a living at the heart of Sukhumvit and adore elegant and sophisticated design.
The Mid-Sukhumvit area witnesses the highest density of luxury condominium in Sukhumvit. Among key features such as location, exterior and interior, amenities, construction materials, pricing is an important attribute in which investors carefully consider before investment. BEATNIQ fulfills them all.
It stands out as an ideal postcode that offers unparalleled investment opportunity. This shining gem at Soi 32 is in close proximity to the city’s world-renowned shopping attractions (EmQuartier, Emporium, K Village), international school (Australian International School, Bangkok Prep), five-star hotels, world-class hospital (Bumrungrad, Samitivej) and public park (Benchasiri, Benjakitti).
Like its name hinted, this residential freehold condominium beats other luxury condominiums in Sukhumvit. BEATNIQ offers great investment opportunity. Given its prime location and alluring profit-making prospects, BEATNIQ charms investors and condominium owners with its attractive price at 13-18 million Baht (280,000 Baht/sq.m ++) for a one-bedroom unit sized between 57-59 square meters. This is a good deal among real estate purchase in Mid-Sukhmvit where price normally starts 15-17 million Baht. Moreover, designed with “Go big or go home” philosophy in mind, a one-bedroom at BEATNIQ offers more spacious living space than most of its competitors. This is a good deal among luxury condominium projects in Mid-Sukhmvit.
According to the recent survey by Nexus, Mid-Sukhumvit remains one of Bangkok’s lucrative real estate hotspots. The rental rate in Sukhumvit had passed 1,000 Baht/sq.m threshold. Japanese, European and Americans are usual tenants who work in the Bangkok's central business district. Besides an annual return from renting, investing in condominiums also generates capital gains from sales, as the prices regularly climb in this area. In the first quarter of 2018, the average price of high-end and luxury condominiums in Sukhumvit surpassed 330,000 Baht/sq.m threshold. Investors and condominium owners are taking advantage of this great investment opportunity.
At BEATNIQ, the level of craftsmanship is expressed through exquisite materials and decorations. Classic beauty of Mid Century Modern and contemporary minimalism has permeated design throughout. The façade expresses the art of modernization through the intermingle of mirrors and steels. Balancing aesthetic and functionality, robust geometrical blocks are designed to help block sunlight and soothe strong winds. Step into the lobby and let your mind blown by the tranquil ambiance with a sync of communal garden and ground floor that flourishes a sense of natural living. Let natural breezes carry your stress away, making your mind calm and peaceful. Interiors are equally extraordinary, BEATNIQ promises a new height of luxury living with 6 types of residences. Unwind in cozy one-bedroom units or treasure precious moment in two-bedroom units. Go extra lengths of satisfaction in spacious two-bedroom plus and duplex units. Experience elegant three- bedroom units. Re-define a pinnacle of luxury, the penthouse awaits you to explore.
Experience a refined luxury living during The Open House between 22-23 September 2018 at BEATNIQ Sukhumvit 32. Register for special privilege “Signature decoration package” valued up to 1 million Baht
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