The Park Ventures Ecoplex is a prime grade building in Wireless Road, the heart of Bangkok’s CBD.
Designed by renowned architects Palmer & Turner, it is one of Bangkok’s most iconic towers, and the first commercial building space in Thailand to be certified LEED Platinum (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)
Designed by Palmer & Turner (Thailand) Ltd, Park Ventures Ecoplex was completed in 2012, and features 34 storeys and 27,000sqm of grade A offices. Each floor offers 2,000 square metres of column-free space.
The Park Ventures complete was developed from the philosophy of balancing innovative and green construction, and includes over 25% green areas. The unique design was also inspired by the Wai Design concept, representing a warm traditional welcome gesture in Thai culture.
Located directly at BTS Ploen Chit station, The Park Ventures Ecoplex offers excellent transport connections. In-house amenities include a pharmacy, bank, Okura Hotel, patisserie, postal services and laundry. The complex also contains a Kasikorn Bank branch, Apple store and Dean and Deluca coffee shop.
The building boasts a spectacular architectural design in the centre of Bangkok. Many of shopping malls – including Central Embassy, Siam Paragon, the Central Department store and the famous Lumpini Park, (lungs of Bangkok) are just a stroll away.
Building occupants include the global businesses such as Cartier and Google, plus an impressive list of law firms and financial institutions.
30 mins by taxi from Suvarnabhumi Airport
Direct covered link to the BTS Ploenchit station
Park ventures Ecoplex is an environmentally friendly complex in the centre of Wireless Road. It is Bangkok’s first business Eco complex, , designed to reduce electricity and water usage, as well as increasing green space in the heart of Bangkok’s CBD.
The Park Ventures complex enjoys excellent transport connections, being directly linked to the Sukhumvit Skytrain line Ploen Chit station. The complex is home to a number multinational companies, as well as amenities such as The Thai Post Office, Kasikorn bank and the Okura hotel.