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Prime Square Condominiums less house, more home at “Super-Nimman” locale

Prime Square Condominiums  less house, more home at “Super-Nimman” locale

DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT

With rising land prices and available plots at a premium throughout the inner city, the ten kilometre stretch along the Chiang Mai-Lampang Frontage Road between Don Chan and Rin Kham intersections (alias the ‘Super Highway’) has become quite the hotbed of new residential constructions in the last half-dozen or so years. And prominent among them, Prime Square: the baby of respected native real estate outfit, Wisdom Space, and destined as a mixed-use complex; besides a number of commercial premises currently in progress and a community mall in the pipeline, the site will star no less than a trio of separate but same spec low-rise Prime Square condominiums. Representing a modern style of architecture and interior design, the first phase of the development involving the completion of condo building A and communal amenities has, since the last quarter of 2015, emerged as a deservedly hot property; in echoing the project concept, western and Chinese investors and tenants especially praise its top-notch and fully equipped contemporary living space, genial and accommodating staff, spotless upkeep as well as its geographic setting within spitting distance of Chiang Mai’s all the rage and most sought after neck of the woods.

LOCATION

While set strategically on the Super Highway for rapid through access to whereabouts elsewhere in town and even as far as the nation’s capital, Prime Square’s entrant condo has been purposely positioned a good distance from the multi-lane bypass so as to provide a tranquil refuge undisturbed by the vehicular clammer beyond. And yet still desirably situated close to the thick of things. Like the iconic and unmistakably space age-fronted Maya Lifestyle mall, a mere 350m away; apart fromupwards of a hundred stores and restaurants, the well patronised shopping hub boasts a digital multiplex SFX cinema [movie theatre], a 24-hour library café (‘Creative And Meeting Place’), a couple of food courts, a professional fitness studio, a branch of Chiang Mai’s native Rimping Supermarket, a weekly outdoors night market and, on the sixth level (‘Nimman Hill’), an observation sky deck perfect for catching the kaleidoscopic sundowns over the nearby Thanon Thong Chai mountains followed by a crafty cocktail (and some!) at any of the rooftop society bars. And for residents who just can’t get their fill of foraging adventures, retail pursuits or recreational activities, just steps from Maya lies the buzzing, in vogue and sleepless Nimmanhaemin Road. Together with its side sois [lanes], Nimman overflows with umpteen cosy and quirky coffee house hangouts, half the city’s contingent of true co-working environments and a mixed bag of cosmopolitan eateries intermingled with many an art gallery, home décor concern, wellness centre, health clinic and, come nightfall, a host of snazzy beer, wine and cocktail lounges. Then again, for an altogether more local and less flash experience, condo inhabitants need only head into the suburb of Santitham that sprawls behind Prime Square. Despite undergoing something of an urban revival in recent years, the area remains distinctly Thai in character so, after slipping on some sturdy footwear, potter about the tangle of streets and alleyways taking in the omnipresent noodle shophouses and lively neighbourhood music bars in the company of down-to-earth shopping parades and animated day markets.

ON-SITE FACILITIES

Although Prime Square’s community mall won’t be ready until December 2019, a respectable lineup of first-rate safety features, everyday conveniences and leisure opportunities already exists in situ. Forever on duty at the barriered ways into and out of the condo grounds are a uniformed squad of GGN security guards with CCTV cameras covering all common parts of the premises and electronic keycard entry not only to the inside of the building but also to individual floors via the ‘Smart Control’ lift [elevator]. For extra peace of mind between the hours of 9AM and 6PM every day of the week, juristic personnel are at resident’s disposal across from the fetchingly appointed, airy and welcoming shared lobby supplied with complimentary WiFi internet and adorned with a matching collection of smart, comfy sofas, armchairs and stools. And those with either of a car or motorcycle certainly won’t want for a parking spot at the moment with a more than generous quota of sheltered bays beneath the condo’s second storey, around the periphery plus an open spillover lot flanking Taeparak Road. Outside too, a sizeable Prime Square branded plunge pool and bordering which, complete with rack of free weights, an elliptical trainer, exercise bike and a pair of treadmills, a thoroughly up-to-date mini gym. Around from which, an expansive tree-filled garden park bearing funky sculptures, a watercourse, play zone and even a treehouse – an ideal place to sit and switch off from the world or, for those with little ‘uns or grown-ups young at heart, enjoy some fun!

ROOM TYPES, LAYOUT & SPECIFICATION

Occupying floor 2 and above of the 7-storey condo, the 76 air-conditioned, fully furnished and digital door lock-mounted residences are offered as 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom (29.85 to 44.39 sq m) or 2 bedroom, 1 or 2 bathroom units (58.04 or 62.02 sq m) laid out with an open-plan living/dining/kitchen arrangement. Crafted using high quality materials and very much engineered for comfort, every single unit comes winningly decked out with a warm, inviting feel. With tall and wide windows, rooms receive plentiful amounts of natural light and all include a glass-walled private terrace with west-facing units benefitting from fantastic views towards the forested hills of the Doi Suthep-Pui National Park.

While you’re here, why not look over the sales and rental units up for grabs at the debut Prime Square condo.

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