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98 Wireless in Bangkok to be completed by October 2016

by Simon Yuen on Mar 29, 2016 in Interiors
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Thai developer Sansiri has recently unveiled its iconic project 98 Wireless in Bangkok, Thailand

Located on Wireless Road, the most prestigious road in the heart of Bangkok, 98 Wireless is the latest luxurious condominium by Sansiri. The 25-storey building comprises 77 units, including two- and three-bedroom apartments, and also includes a penthouse named The One, which is located on the building’s top two levels.

20160307 98W Grand Staircase

98 Wireless is designed in a modern version of classic style. It draws inspiration from classical European Beaux-Arts style, embracing traditional craftsmanship. Design Worldwide Partnership lead the design team and New York interior designer Anne Carson styled the reception areas and three levels of amenities including a tea salon and business lounge in Ralph Lauren Home furnishings. The condominium is expected to be completed in October 2016.

20160307 98W Lobby Lounge

“98 Wireless is offering unrivaled exclusive  luxury living experiences for only 77 units in a private residential building. The property’s potential for value appreciation on Wireless Road, coupled with timeless design, high quality handpicked materials, and after-sales service would also appeal as a long-term property investment opportunity,” says the developer.

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