Saladaeng Residences is a condominium project, developed by PACE Development, located at Soi Gotche, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500. PACE Development is also the developer behind Nimit Langsuan and The Ritz - Carlton Residences at MahaNakhon. Construction of Saladaeng Residences was completed in 2011. Condominium comprises of a single building, having 25 floors and includes 132 units.
Facilities Facilities at Saladaeng Residences include elevator, parking, 24-hours security, cctv, swimming pool, sauna, gym, garden bbq, wi-fi. Common fee is ฿60 per sqm per month. Sinking fund is ฿700 per sqm.
Location The City Viva is 1.5 km Tesco Lotus – 1.6 km U Center – 2 km Villa Market (Lang Suan) – 2.1 km De For-Rest At Yen Akat – 2.2 km
College Of Graduation Study In Management, located within 560 m Khon Kaen University – 560 m Mae Fa Luang University – 670 m Thai Red Cross Society Nursing College – 1.2 km Faculty Of Medicine, Chulalongkorn University – 1.3 km
Ban Sathon Restaurant – 430 m Glow – 460 m Bai Yun – 480 m Vertigo Moon Bar – 500 m Good Taste – 540 m Chulalongkorn Hospital is the nearest hospital, which is located 970 m from the condominium. It will take about 4 minutes by car to go there.
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Silom has the advantage of access to two mass transit systems: the Skytrain, with stations at both Sala Daeng and Chong Nonsi in the neighbourhood, and the subway, which has a Silom station at the mouth of the soi. This makes it relatively easy to get anywhere needed in Bangkok, plus there are all the normal options of bus, motosai and taxi.
This neighbourhood is part of a large business district, and most folks that live here do so because they also work in the area. Most of the office buildings are on the first half of the soi, which is bisected by Narathiwas Road. This first half also has plenty of retail, with a handful of malls and scads of street vendors. On Sundays the government closes the road off to vehicles and Silom becomes a walking street filled with food, clothes and goodies.