Sansiri optimistic about Khon Kaen real estate market

PUBLISHED ON MON, JUN 19, 2017 10:58 PM

Sansiri optimistic about Khon Kaen real estate market
By The Nation

 

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KHON KAEN: -- Property firm Sansiri says it has sold 80 per cent of its Bt2.1 billion Base Height Mittraphap-Khon Kaen condominium project, thanks largely to the government investing more in infrastructure projects in the province.

 

 Projects  currently under development in the province include the Chira Junction-Khon Kaen SRT double-track railway.

That is slated for completion in 2019.

 

The project will support the passenger traffic and efficient rail-based cargo transport throughout the Northeast.

 

Also under development is the expansion of Khon Kaen Airport, which is getting a new passenger terminal, apron and car park to elevate the airport to an international level and welcome more tourists.

 

Another project is the light rail transit system, which is slated to open 2020. 

 

Sansiri said these projects will enhance the attractiveness of The Base Height Mittraphap-Khon Kaen.

 

The condominium project is located in downtown Khon Kaen, near the Central Plaza shopping centre. 

 

Sansiri believes that the real estate market in Khon Kaen will continue to grow well into the future.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/business/property/30318466

 
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