Vimarn Suriya appoints CBRE as a joint sales agent for Dusit Residences, with presales target readily achieved

Vimarn Suriya appoints CBRE as a joint sales agent for Dusit Residences, with presales target readily achieved

Vimarn Suriya Co., Ltd., developer of the luxury mixed-use project, Dusit Central Park, participated in a contract signing ceremony recently at which CBRE was appointed as a joint sales agent for its ultra-luxury residential development Dusit Residences. In response to Thailand's reopening to international visitors, the company intends to expand sales further into the Thai and overseas markets.

Ms. La-ead Kovavisaruch, Chief Executive Officer of Vimarn Suriya Co., Ltd., stated that Dusit Residences and Dusit Parkside, the company’s first branded residential development in the Dusit Central Park project had already achieved their presales target of 40 percent of reservations confirmed following a very positive response from Thai customers. Vimarn Suriya is confident that the appointment of world-class property consultancy CBRE as a joint sales agent for Dusit Residences will see its residential project gain more attention and further penetrate the upscale customer segment known for its penchant for luxury urban lifestyles.

Ms. Roongrat Veeraparkkaroon, Managing Director of CBRE (Thailand) Co., Ltd., said that CBRE was delighted to have been appointed a joint sales agent for the Dusit Residences project and that the company was confident that both Dusit Residences and Dusit Parkside would be warmly welcomed due to the project’s unique features. These include the strategic location on the Silom-Rama IV intersection – the country’s most expensive piece of real estate – its iconic architecture and interior decoration as well as the service that is synonymous with the renowned Dusit Thani brand.

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