By The Nation
The building is owned by Thunsrisiam Co Ltd, a merged organisation involving Mahatun Plaza and Srisiam Property Co Ltd, which operates Mahatun Plaza (Ploenchit) and Thai CC Tower (Sathon) buildings.
MS Siam Tower is a 38-floor office building with a panoramic views of the Chao Phraya river and the green space of Bangkrachao, known as Bangkok's green lung.
“Currently, our project has been leased out 60 per cent, with major tenants including technology and food companies,” Korrawit Sawatyanon, Thunsrisiam’s general manager, said,
“It was constructed based on an environmental-friendly concept as proven by its LEED – Gold certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) from the US. This concept could effectively address the needs of tenants that require large space due to the flexibility of having knock-out panels in the building design. Organisations who require smaller space also have options as they can lease 100-square-metre offices in a premium building at a lower price.”
MS Siam Tower is efficiently located on a 7.1 rai plot of prime land with useable areas of approx. 43,000 sq m, including 40,000 sq m of office space and around 3,000 sq m of retail space. It has office floor plates of 1,200-1,300 sq metres with a ceiling height of 2.80 metres The project was completed in the first quarter of this year.