Grande Caribbean has location and style
The property mantra ‘location, location, location’ may well be the most care-worn phrase in the real estate lexicon. Yet, it remains the very first, second, and third factor for the vast majority of people when they start looking for a place to buy.
Location is very definitely one of the major factors which should influence potential purchasers when it comes to the luxurious and stylish Grande Caribbean development.
Grande Caribbean is right on Thappraya Road, one of the key thoroughfares linking Pattaya and Jomtien. This centrality makes the complex very attractive for people looking to be close enough to get into the central areas of Pattaya for shopping, or within a short distance to Jomtien and its long stretch of beach.
Yet, Grande Caribbean is being constructed in such a way as to make leaving the complex almost unnecessary. The development sits on 11.276 rai (or the equivalent of just over 18,000 square metres). It will house 1,064 units in total, spread across five distinct complexes. Each of these complexes is uniquely named: Antigua, Barbados, Curacao, Dominic, and The Cruz.
The first four mentioned will be eight-storeys each while The Cruz will be the centrepiece at 30 storeys. All the units in The Cruz have been positioned to take in the panorama of Pattaya city and the bay at night.
The property is the second major Pattaya project undertaken by Bangkok-based Blue Sky Developer. Their first project in the resort city was Atlantis. This proved enormously successful in terms of buyer take-up and has encouraged Blue Sky Developer to invest heavily in their Grande Caribbean project with the confidence that they have found a perfect location for what is a quite unique plan.
Although Grande Caribbean will be on a main traffic artery, within its expansive confines the developer aims to create a tropical space designed to make that proximity inconsequential.
Blue Sky Developer wants to turn Grande Caribbean into a kind of permanent holiday home. The whole will be surrounded by lush tropical landscaped gardens as well as lagoons. Designed with the family in mind, it will boast a children’s play park as well as grottos and caves and an island lighthouse connected by wooden bridges. The two wooden inter-active pirate ships will keep most children (and maybe a few adults) entertained for hours. For the adults there will be Jacuzzi‘s in which to loll about alongside multi-level pools and a sandy beach (so, who needs Jomtien beach, except for a change!).
Blue Sky Developer wants the Grand Caribbean project to be a simple turnkey operation. That is, all units will be fully-furnished, enabling purchasers to simple walk in, unpack a few bags, and start enjoying the scenery straight away.
The units are divided into one or two-bedroom condominiums. The one-bedroom units are 34.5 square metres while the two-bedroom units are 69 square metres. The comfortable dining and living areas all open up onto spacious balconies.
A one-bedroom fully-furnished apartment starts at just 1.89 million baht and the developer has, as they did with Atlantis, created payment packages to suit every budget.
The Cruz also has additional corner units of 93.5 square metres with large balconies hat offer 270-degree views of Pattaya Bay, Jomtien, and the islands.
Blue Sky Developer commenced construction on Grand Caribbean in the third quarter of 2013 and expect to have completed the project by December 2015.