According to a CBRE agency report, Hyde Sukhumvit, the latest luxury property developed by Grande Asset, celebrated the latest milestone in its progress when executives arranged a topping off ceremony at the pinnacle of the 40 storey executive condominium.


Rising 155 metres above downtown Bangkok, the Hyde
Rising 155 metres above downtown Bangkok, the Hyde development will add elegance and prestige to the bustling mid-Sukhumvit area.

The Hyde Sukhumvit condominium has 454 units with a variety of 1, 2, 3 bedrooms, duplex and penthouse layouts ranging from 31 square metres to over 183 square metres. Located in Sukhumvit Soi 13 with over 2,000 sq.m. of facilities, Hyde Sukhumvit offers its buyers the optimum access to Sukhumvit Road, Nana BTS station and is within close distance to Asoke BTS and Sukhumvit MRT stations.

Hyde Sukhumvit also provides convenient connections to Asoke’s premiere shopping and business districts, as well as direct routes to world-renowned retail malls such as Central Chidlom, Central World, Siam Paragon, The Emporium, Terminal 21 and many more. It is within close vicinity of 5-star hotels and many amenities including the brand new Sofitel Sukhumvit, NIST international school, Interchange 21 and Exchange Tower office building, Bumrungrad Hospital and Chuvit Park.

via Hyde Sukhumvit Reaches the Sky | Thailand Property News.

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