Phuket Gazette

PHUKET: Infinity Condominium held the grand opening of its seven-storey condo project in Bang Tao late last month.

The project will comprise of 78 units ranging from 59 square meters to 60.6sqm and include one bedroom, two bedroom, and two bedroom deluxe condominiums.

“Construction will start by end of the year and is expected to be completed in two years. The units will be available for sale starting from the grand opening day. Even at this stage, we have received a lot of positive feedback from our agents,” said Apiwat Chaiyarat, general manager of the project.

“The unique thing about this project is the size of the rooms. One bedroom unit is 59 sqm, which is rarely found in Phuket – the general size of other one-bedroom condominiums is only about 30-40 sqm,” he added.

Other than size, the project location is another attractive feature for potential future owners, says Mr Apiwat.

“Bang Tao is centrally located and has access to many places like temples, nightlife venues, shopping centers, restaurants and Phuket International Airport. You can also walk to Bang Tao Beach or enjoy the services at Catch Beach Club which is right in front of Infinity Condominium,” said Mr Apiwat.

“From an investment point of view, we can see that Bang Tao is developing gradually. Areas like Patong are over-saturated, so other areas, particularly Kamala and Bang Tao in the north, are garnering more attention,” he added.

The target market for the condominium is high-end luxury users, particularly foreigners who prefer comfortable living spaces.

“Even though the price is higher than other projects, we are offering a valuable product with a full range of service such as fitness rooms, swimming pool, parking, yoga, playground, rooftop lounge and 24/7 security,” said Mr Apiwat.

“Our guaranteed rate of return is also much higher than the market average. This makes the project ideal for both living and investment,” he added.

This article first appeared in the May 27-June 2 issue of the hard-copy
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Patong is oversaturated,so Kamala and Bang Tao are garnering more attention. GREAT! So let's oversaturate those once pristine areas as well and while we are at it, what other areas of the island have any trees remaining that we can replace with condos, more shopping malls and, heaven forbid, beach "clubs". This island is rapidly becoming a poster child for all that's wrong with unregulated capitalism.

Posted by newseeker June 3, 2017 12:07:34AM

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Patong is oversaturated,so Kamala and Bang Tao are garnering more attention. GREAT! So let's oversaturate those once pristine areas as well and while we are at it, what other areas of the island have any trees remaining that we can replace with condos, more shopping malls and, heaven forbid, beach "clubs". This island is rapidly becoming a poster child for all that's wrong with unregulated capitalism.

Posted by newseeker

Try capitalism-free North Korea, Sir; you'll be a lot happier camper.

Posted by Ian Wardley June 3, 2017 09:09:12AM

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Patong is oversaturated,so Kamala and Bang Tao are garnering more attention. GREAT! So let's oversaturate those once pristine areas as well and while we are at it, what other areas of the island have any trees remaining that we can replace with condos, more shopping malls and, heaven forbid, beach "clubs". This island is rapidly becoming a poster child for all that's wrong with unregulated capitalism.

Posted by newseeker

Try capitalism-free North Korea, Sir; you'll be a lot happier camper.

Posted by Ian Wardley

If you actually READ my comment, I was talking about UNREGULATED capitalism which is rapidly destroying the planet's resources and with it, ultimately it's ability to support human life. I suggest you get educated on this subject before posting ridiculous comparisons. You must be a Trump supporter Sir

Posted by newseeker June 3, 2017 10:09:58AM

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Patong is oversaturated,so Kamala and Bang Tao are garnering more attention. GREAT! So let's oversaturate those once pristine areas as well and while we are at it, what other areas of the island have any trees remaining that we can replace with condos, more shopping malls and, heaven forbid, beach "clubs". This island is rapidly becoming a poster child for all that's wrong with unregulated capitalism.

Posted by newseeker

Try capitalism-free North Korea, Sir; you'll be a lot happier camper.

Posted by Ian Wardley

If you actually READ my comment, I was talking about UNREGULATED capitalism which is rapidly destroying the planet's resources and with it, ultimately it's ability to support human life. I suggest you get educated on this subject before posting ridiculous comparisons. You must be a Trump supporter Sir

Posted by newseeker

Oh, noooooo, not a Trump supporter. (He wants everything made in the US so that your next iPhone will cost you $2,400 instead of the current $850.) Silly. But I'm not an alarmist or a Hippie either. How many REGULATIONS would you propose to place on capitalism? And would you like to be nanny'd cradle to grave?

Posted by Ian June 3, 2017 10:54:52AM

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Patong is oversaturated,so Kamala and Bang Tao are garnering more attention. GREAT! So let's oversaturate those once pristine areas as well and while we are at it, what other areas of the island have any trees remaining that we can replace with condos, more shopping malls and, heaven forbid, beach "clubs". This island is rapidly becoming a poster child for all that's wrong with unregulated capitalism.

Posted by newseeker

Try capitalism-free North Korea, Sir; you'll be a lot happier camper.

Posted by Ian Wardley

If you actually READ my comment, I was talking about UNREGULATED capitalism which is rapidly destroying the planet's resources and with it, ultimately it's ability to support human life. I suggest you get educated on this subject before posting ridiculous comparisons. You must be a Trump supporter Sir

Posted by newseeker

Oh, noooooo, not a Trump supporter. (He wants everything made in the US so that your next iPhone will cost you $2,400 instead of the current $850.) Silly. But I'm not an alarmist or a Hippie either. How many REGULATIONS would you propose to place on capitalism? And would you like to be nanny'd cradle to grave?

Posted by Ian June 3, 2017 10:54:52AM

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Patong is oversaturated,so Kamala and Bang Tao are garnering more attention. GREAT! So let's oversaturate those once pristine areas as well and while we are at it, what other areas of the island have any trees remaining that we can replace with condos, more shopping malls and, heaven forbid, beach "clubs". This island is rapidly becoming a poster child for all that's wrong with unregulated capitalism.

Posted by newseeker

Try capitalism-free North Korea, Sir; you'll be a lot happier camper.

Posted by Ian Wardley

If you actually READ my comment, I was talking about UNREGULATED capitalism which is rapidly destroying the planet's resources and with it, ultimately it's ability to support human life. I suggest you get educated on this subject before posting ridiculous comparisons. You must be a Trump supporter Sir

Posted by newseeker June 3, 2017 10:09:58AM

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Patong is oversaturated,so Kamala and Bang Tao are garnering more attention. GREAT! So let's oversaturate those once pristine areas as well and while we are at it, what other areas of the island have any trees remaining that we can replace with condos, more shopping malls and, heaven forbid, beach "clubs". This island is rapidly becoming a poster child for all that's wrong with unregulated capitalism.

Posted by newseeker

Try capitalism-free North Korea, Sir; you'll be a lot happier camper.

Posted by Ian Wardley June 3, 2017 09:09:12AM

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Patong is oversaturated,so Kamala and Bang Tao are garnering more attention. GREAT! So let's oversaturate those once pristine areas as well and while we are at it, what other areas of the island have any trees remaining that we can replace with condos, more shopping malls and, heaven forbid, beach "clubs". This island is rapidly becoming a poster child for all that's wrong with unregulated capitalism.

Posted by newseeker June 3, 2017 12:07:34AM

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