By The Nation
Major Development chief executive officer Suriyon Poolvoralak said the Krungthep Kreetha location had vast potential for growth as it had easy connections with Bangkok’s central business districts and Suvarnabhumi Airport.
This offers convenient travel to Srinakarin, Pattanakarn, Rama IX Motorway and Kanchanaphisek roads, along with the transportation network of the Chalerm Maha Nakhon Expressway and the Airport Rail Link project, as well as the extension of the BTS Skytrain Yellow Line (Lat Phrao-Samrong) and Orange Line (Thailand Cultural Centre-Min Buri).
These extensions are under construction and due for completion by 2021 and 2024, respectively.
Moreover, the area is surrounded by facilities such as hospitals, international schools, golf courses and community malls, the CEO said.
The Mavista Prestige Village KrungthepKreetha project comprises just 14 three-storey detached houses, all of which are to be pre-built before the project opens for sales, Suriyon explained.
Each house occupies almost 1,000 square metres of usable space, with an elevator and private swimming pool as the developer pays attention to privacy and the needs of family members from three generations, he added.