King Square Development Co, a member of Saha Group, has launched KingsQuare Residence, a 52-storey luxury condo project near the Rama III-Ratchadaphisek Road intersection with access to King's College International School Bangkok.
The project was designed under the concept "Live Where Your Heart Belongs" by nationally renowned partners Tokyu Corporation, A49, PIA, Thai Obayashi, Stonehenge, Samsung, Secom, SCG Building & Living Care Consulting, and Knight Frank.
A showroom and the website www.kingsquare.co.th were launched to provide information about the project, which is expected to be completed in December 2026.
Boonsithi Chokwatana, chairman of Saha Group, Somkid Jatusripitak, chairman of Saha Pathana Inter-Holding, and Vichai Kulsomphob, executive chairman of King Square, attended the recent launch of the showroom and sales gallery.
The project exceeded its sales target of 1 billion baht within two hours of the exclusive sales window.
King Square managing director Jakkrit Santirattanakul said the project consists of the luxury condo, a community mall and serviced apartments.
"Other facilities include a fitness and wellness club, enabling a more fulfilled life and community," he said.
"We intend to create a community of kindness. The creation of such community and a high quality of life require certain components, which is why we are creating this 'curated living community'."
The project selected partners who value good community, said Mr Jakkrit, including supermarket and Australian-style café Toby's, with an all-day dining concept, Cantonese restaurant Hong Bao, which offers family rooms, and James Boulangerie, which is known for its croissants.
The project also invited Sousaku premium shabu restaurant to join as people and families look for areas to live near the Rama III neighbourhood, he said.
Mr Jakkrit said he believes the condo will be more than a home for family members.
"I believe quality of life begins with quality time with the family, as this is how we create energy for ourselves and the loved ones in our family. This was the inspiration for KingsQuare Residence," he said.
"We want parents and children to enjoy breakfast together every morning before the children go to school and parents leave for work. If everyone in the family is happy, so is the whole community. This is how we create a society in which people help and support each other, creating a high quality of life."