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Palm Springs Nimman Condominiums  “living the ultimate” at the hub of Chiang Mai cool

Palm Springs Nimman Condominiums   “living the ultimate” at the hub of Chiang Mai cool

Let’s kick off with the DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT of the Palm Springs Nimman condos!

        Nudging three decades ago, the Chiang Mai Supamitr Company was born. Today, we know them as Palm Springs Place; one of the city’s most notable real estate outfits with a knack for turning out better-quality, detail-oriented, comfort-integrated and lifestyle-centric residences. Crafter of the handful of Urbana+ single- and town-home housing estates along with a couple of commercial plazas, December 2013 was a milestone for the Palm Springs Family with the unveiling of their suite of modern architectured, eight storeys apiece Palm Springs Nimman condos.

        In keeping with a botanical theme, each of the Palm Springs Nimman properties is actually named after a different variety of palm tree! Palm Springs Nimman Areca (with 75 condo units), Palm Springs Nimman Fountain (with 74 condo units) and Palm Springs Nimman Parlor (with 74 condo units) buildings were variously good to go between October 2015 and February 2016; whereas Palm Springs Nimman Royal (with 68 condo units) was only move-in-ready during December just gone. And not six months later, Palm Springs Nimman lifted the title of ‘Best Affordable Low-Rise Condominium’ at this year’s Property Export Awards Thailand.

        As for what lies ahead, well, the developer’s latest condo project, Palm Springs Nimman Phoenix (with approximately 70 condo units), is already well underway and expected to be fit for human habitation come November this year (2018)!

Reckon you know the LOCATION of Palm Springs Nimman condos in Chiang Mai?

For those who wanna be near enough but not right on top of the Nimmanhaemin action, the huddle of Palm Springs Nimman condos occupies a tough-to-beat spot. Accessible from the not much trafficked Nimmanhaemin Soi 5 are the Areca and, set well back from the lane, Parlor condo buildings; the approach to Palm Springs Nimman Royal is round the corner on Siri Mangkalajarn Road with the condo building itself standing at a distance from the main drag; the Fountain condo building, on the other hand, lies off of Huay Kaew Road.

No matter which, the very heart of the sharpest and most pulsating destination in town, Nimman, can be conveniently reached on two legs in literally five minutes flat! As well as its namesake side streets, Nimmanahaeminda Road delivers no end of refuelling opportunities at cosmopolitan restos and Bohemian cafés; after dark entertainment at Hi-So nightclubs and stylish craft beer, wine and cocktail lounges; retail therapy at indie boutique stores, purpose-built shopping arcades (like Tall Teak Plaza, Think Park, Kantary Terrace and the stunningly eye-catching One Nimman) and not forgetting Chiang Mai’s high-tech landmark mall, Maya – hosting 100+ shops and restaurants, a multiplex digital cinema [movie theatre], C.A.M.P. library café open round the clock, a duo of food courts, a branch of the native Rimping Supermarket, a three times weekly ‘NightOut’ market and, on the roof (‘Nimman Hill’), a pick of sky bars and an observation deck to ogle the kaleidoscopic sundowns against the not-far-off mountains of the Doi Suthep-Pui National Park.

Closest to the Palm Springs Nimman condos along Siri Mangkalajarn Road, an assortment of locally priced and cheery domestic eateries, coffee shops and 7-Elevens; on Sirimangkalajarn Lane 11 and handily positioned for budding or veteran digital nomads, the city’s foremost true co-working space, Punspace Nimman; not even 10 minutes farther on foot is Suandok Park with its Tops Daily grocery store and Skywalk straight to Chiang Mai University’s Maharaj Nakorn teaching hospital.

And on Huay Kaew Road en route to the northwest corner of the ‘Old City’, the quarter of a century young but refreshingly utilitarian Kad Suan Kaew mall – blessed with in excess of 500 shops and restaurants at the same time anchoring a Central department store, Tops Market and IT City outlets, a trio of food courts, bowling alley, karaoke cubicles, seven-screen cinema and, on Thursdays to Saturdays, the super Kad Sum Murd or ‘midnight market’ filled with pop-up stalls and food trucks dispensing a great pick of appetising edibles!

Stay with us to find out about the ON-SITE FACILITIES at the Palm Springs Nimman condos!

They may all sit on the same site, but every one of the Palm Springs Nimman condo buildings is fenced off from its neighbour and features its very own amenities:

  • 24-hour security guarded and single/double barriered entryway, CCTV camera surveillance and an electronic keycard system controlling admission to the premises
  • Private parking
  • Communal lobby with free-to-use WiFi internet and a front desk staffed by the resident juristic person
  • Twin passenger lifts [elevators]
  • Clubhouse with indoor fitness room and open-air swimming pool

Needin’ to suss out the TYPES, LAYOUT & SPEC OF CONDO UNITS at Palm Springs Nimman?

None of the Palm Springs Nimman condos figure any studio units with the majority share being 1 bedroom pads. Size-wise, they range from 31.20 to 41.10 sq m in Areca, Fountain, Parlor and Royal buildings and 27.50 to 42.75 sq m in the upcoming Phoenix building; not that the tendency to go compact is anything out-of-the-ordinary among Chiang Mai’s newer condominiums but at least with the various Palm Springs Nimman units, the max amount of liveable space has been exacted through savvy internal organisation coupled with the use of mirrors and large windows. Both Royal and the soon-to-be Phoenix buildings also star a sprinkling of 2 bed units at a more liberally proportioned 70.25 to 74.50 sq m.

Out of the box, Palm Springs Nimman’s condo units come with an open-plan living/dining/European style kitchen setup, fully furnished, air-conditioned throughout, enjoy an attached personal balcony and rigged with a digital door lock for added peace of mind. Using a grade A class of materials, interior appointment is contemporary, smart and functional.

While you’re here, why not take stock of our sales and rental offerings at the half-dozen Nimman condos by Palm Springs.

Are you living at one of the Palm Springs Nimman condominiums now or else stayed at any in the past? If so, we’d really value your feedback by posting in the comments box below!

Check out some of our listings from Palm Springs Condo Nimman











Rent at Palm Springs Nimman : Nimmanhaemin Rd

Available Soon
฿16000 - Condos For Rent

AVAILABLE SOON: : 21 December 2018. An attractive condo to rent at Palm Springs Nimman Parlor, Soi 5, Nimmanhaemin Rd. Rent: 16,000 Baht/Month. PROPERTY DETAILS:

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34.69 Sq M 1 Bedrooms1 Bathrooms Garage


Buy at The Nimman by Palm Springs condo

For Sale
฿3900000 - Condos For Sale

Condo for sale at The Nimman by Palm Springs located on between Soi 5 Nimman and Huay Kaew Road. Price: 3,900,000 Baht. This attractive, well-located condo offers everything for

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34 Sq M1 Bedrooms1 Bathrooms Garage




1 bed condo at The Nimman by Palm Springs

For Rent
฿16000 - Condos For Rent

Furnished 1 bedroom condo to rent at The Nimman by Palm Springs Condo (Areca), Soi 5 off Nimman. Rent: 16,000 THB/Month. PROPERTY DETAILS: Living area:

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34 Sq M 1 Bedrooms1 Bathrooms Garage


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(2) Comments

  1. Price much too high for such a small unit. Guess it’s ok for young people who work and want to eat out all the time, rather than older folks who prefer to cook their own meals and have accumulated furniture over the years.
    Trying to find one unfurnished anyway.

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    • Perfect Homes (Chiang Mai Properties)

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      HI Bob, It is near on impossible to find an unfurnished condo in one of the new buildings like Palm Springs on Nimman. Purely for the fact that they are sold fully furnished by the developer. That being said it is very hard even in the other buildings as most people arriving in Chiang Mai simply don’t have furniture so the properties cater to the market.

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