A SPOOKY HOME FOR PATTAYA INVESTORS
Look no further potential investors, property buyers and hospitality guests seeking something spooky as your search ends in Pattaya that has just what you need to fulfill your morbid realty cravings on the occasion of Halloween.
Over the span of seven years working with the property firm New Nordic, Kurt Svendheim has played a vital role in founding and developing different property concepts throughout the city. His expertise range from bringing together a group of buildings at one location to matching guests’ property styles with their price ranges.
As a part of their 50th project, the company wanted to launch something very distinctive and special which gave rise to The New Nordic Hotel projects of Castle Two and Castle One.
Svendheim has a strong passion for building castles and being a perfectionist ensures in building nothing but the best. He has an eye for detail; a spokesperson for the developer was reported saying he creates with his heart, with ancient European castles and forts always fascinating him.
His passion can be seen in the different styles of his New Nordic Castle suits. One of the most intriguing suites is located on the seventh floor called the Jail Penthouse for lovers of all things ghostly; one can also be delighted by hidden caves giving way to a dunged where you might feel the presence of a dragon creeping in at any moment. Everything has been designed by a group of interior designers who worked on this concept for eighteen months to perfect it. The New Nordic Castles have been designed keeping every minute detail in mind, according to the spokesperson.
The New Nordic Castle units are priced at a higher market value owing to the special interiors and designs. It came as a great surprised when the company’s agents were extremely positive about the project; nothing like this had ever been seen in Pattaya or for that matter anywhere in Thailand.
Units have been selling at an incredible speed. The projected sale of units over the course of 3 years were met within just three months. The project now begins its construction whereas the planning of the interiors has been ongoing for years. Piling machines are all set and land has been cleared to meet the project deadline of December 2017, with the hotel opening a few months after that.
Keyword: New Nordic Castle