Demand for office space in Bangkok is expected to continue to grow throughout 2013, with only limited free space available at the moment, and rents are expected to rise too, according to real estate consultant Knight Frank.
Marcus Burtenshaw, executive director of Knight Frank Chartered (Thailand) Co, said 2013 will see three new office buildings reach completion offering 76,633 square metres of space.
They are located in the non-core central business locations of Ratchadapisek and Viphavadee-Rangsit roads. As the total amount of space they will bring to the market is relatively low they should be easily absorbed by current levels of demand.
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