ONE CITY CENTRE WINS ‘OFFICE DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR 2021’ | Raimon Land
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01 October 2021

ONE CITY CENTRE WINS ‘OFFICE DEVELOPMENT OF THE YEAR 2021’

Bangkok, Thailand – One City Centre, new Grade A fully functional office development, has been named ‘Office Development of the Year – Thailand’ by Real Estate Asia Awards 2021. Highlighting Raimon Land as a leader in luxury real estate development, One City Centre has reimagined office space in the middle of Bangkok’s CBD area on Ploenchit Road, elevating to a new height of modern working lifestyle.

Korn Narongdej, Chief Executive Officer of Raimon Land, a pioneer and trusted developer for luxury real estate projects, announced that it is an honor for One City Centre to receive the award for ‘Office Development of the Year – Thailand’, an award given to the development that has created new opportunities for growth and innovation in parallel to the shifting consumer behaviors, new work patterns and lifestyle changes.

One City Centre (OCC), the new Grade A office development, is a collaboration between Raimon Land and Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd., one of the most prestigious real estate companies in Japan. The 61-storey panoptic building sits on the 6-0-28 Rai land right in the heart of Bangkok, with convenient accessibility to Ploenchit BTS station as well as an array of luxury hotels, fine dining establishments, and the iconic retail landmark, Central Embassy. From inventive and fast-forward architectural design integrated with green atrium to numerous thoughtful and innovative features, the 8.8-billion-baht worth development promises to fulfill the needs of both local and foreign companies in this fast-moving modern lifestyle.

“The Project is currently 60% completed and expected completion in Q4 2022. And we are under constructing a show unit to display the newly built development’s replicated features and space for the prospect companies, which is expected to complete in December 2021. Our sole agent CBRE mentioned that there are numerous interested companies that are in negotiation right at the moment,” Mr. Narongdej stated.