One Bangkok is a new urban development in central Bangkok. This mixed-use development will include offices, retail space, luxury hotels, residences, and cultural and social spaces. The site will include a 430-metre, 90-storey signature tower.
This enormous parcel of land was previously the site of the Suan Lum Night Bazaar, providing a rare opportunity to create such a big project in a central location. The development is estimated to cost USD 3.8 billion (THB 120 billion). The site area is 16.70 hectares and it is expected to be completed in 2025.
One Bangkok is located at the corner of Rama IV Road and Witthayu Road (Wireless Road) in the Lumphini Subdistrict of Pathum Wan District. The site is opposite Lumphini Park and it’s accessible from Lumphini Station on the MRT Blue Line via Exit 3. The northern end is bounded by the Wireless Road Embassy lane, which is home to the Embassy of Japan, the Australian Embassy, and Alliance Francaise Bangkok.
Official Links and Resources
Official website: onebangkok.com.
Developers: TCC Assets and Frasers Property Holdings (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Architects: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) and Architects 49.
Civil and structural engineering: Beca
Retail design: Lead8.
YouTube channel of One Bangkok.
Information on One Bangkok O4H4 (the project name of the main tower).
Circular economy MOU signed by One Bangkok and SCG – [13/07/21]
“One Bangkok and SCG sign MOU for collaboration on sustainable construction management towards circular economy to be implemented at the largest private sector property development in Thailand.”
One Bangkok, Thailand’s largest fully integrated district – [07/04/21]
“One Bangkok, Thailand’s largest fully integrated district, chooses Mitsubishi Electric to supply and install 278 elevators and escalators, including the first double-deck elevators in Thailand.”
[Video of the base concrete pour.]
[One Bangkok at Wireless Road, 28/12/19.]
[Photo by tadao_undo posted at Thailand Future on 15 December, 2019.]
One Bangkok’s intricate launch strategy – [10/12/19]
“The mixed-use project plans to phase in buildings as demand warrants.”
One Bangkok upbeat on future supply – [01/08/19]
The $3.5 billion development set to rule Bangkok – [30/05/17]
[A previous vision of what the redevelopment might have looked like, by planassociates.co.th.]
Developers shortlisted for Suan Lum – [02/06/06]
An archived report from Bangkok Post is the earliest mention of plans to redevelop the Suan Lum Night Bazaar.