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On the lakeside of the Zeller See, with a magnificent view of Zell am See
and the Schmittenhöhe beyond, sits Hotel Bellevue. The hotel is over
100 years old and has an international reputation. Built in the Art
Nouveau style, the hotel has been under the management of the Seitz
family for generations.

The owner of Hotel Bellevue got in touch
with Dormio some time ago to discuss the
creation of a number of apartments right
next door to the hotel. This is a unique
project that is perfectly suited to Dormio’s
portfolio.

The residence has an ultra-modern
appearance and the design incorporates
lots of glass, to make the most of the views
from each apartment. The result is an ideal
holiday apartment/pied-à-terre which can
be used all year round. The town of Zell
collaborated with the project by taking
part in the jury that assessed the design
of the apartments, and this design was
selected from the 10 submissions. The
design is deliberately in stark contrast to
the historic hotel. The brand new complex
will be built on a site formerly occupied by
an annex of the hotel. It will be connected
to the existing hotel and will have a shared
reception area.

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ice-skating outdoors

 

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Foreigners back in the Thai property hunt

According to an article in the Bangkok Post, since the situation in Bangkok is stabilising, i.e. the emergency decree has been lifted and the Bangkok shutdown is over, foreign investors, mostly from East and Southeast Asian markets, are resuming investment in Thai property.

According to the article, Nukarn Suwatikul, associate director for investment services at the property consultant Colliers International Thailand, said eight foreign investor groups have approached the company in the past two weeks.

Each investor group had a budget of about US$100 million (3.2 billion baht) for each project. “These investors planned to enter late last year but delayed the decision due to political turmoil in Thailand.

In the first quarter, 10,119 condo units from 14 projects were launched in Bangkok districts, down from 16,000 in the same period last year. Half were launched in March alone, reflecting improved sentiment.

The average selling price was 63,000 baht a square metre, down from 67,000 baht and 96,000 baht in the first quarter and fourth quarter of 2013, as all were on the fringe of the central business district.

At the end of February 2014, 45,000 condo units in Bangkok remained for sale. These included units launched during the past six years at selling prices of 40,000-80,000 baht a sq m.

Of the total available supply, some 27,000 units were ready for transfer and the rest being constructed.

This year, 70,000 condo units in Bangkok are scheduled for completion, with a take-up rate of 60%. If they are on time, 2014 will see the most condo units completed in a single year.

source: Bangkok Post

original article at http://www.bangkokpost.com/business/news/402954/foreigners-back-in-the-property-hunt.

Bali villa bought with bitcoin

An anonymous investor has purchased a villa in Bali for an estimated US$500,000 using bitcoin, the non-regulated, online-only currency.

The deal involves the long-term lease of a new 279-square-metre villa at the deLMango Villa Estate and is in accordance with Indonesian foreign ownership laws.

Property Report indicates the deal was completed in February through BitPremier, a bitcoin-exclusive trading platform for luxury goods.

NBC News reported that one bitcoin was worth about $610 when the acquisition was finalised and observers believe that it could be the largest bitcoin transaction to date.

“This definitely validates the business model,” Alan Silbert, the founder and CEO of BitPremier was quoted as saying.

The transaction would serve as a precedent for other investment opportunities using the controversial currency.

“It shows that bitcoin users want to buy things that are unique, and that are above and beyond T-shirts and electronics,” Silbert told CoinDesk.

According to Property Report, the Bali villa features a contemporary tropical design with open-sided rooms, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The new owner will be letting out the villa to gain income and rental returns, it said.

sources:
Bangkok Post
Property Report

 

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