|By PR Newswire||
|April 9, 2014 12:40 PM EDT||
NEW YORK, April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- New York City-based WIRE International Realty has been named the exclusive sales and marketing team in North and South America and most of Europe for two properties in Thailand, both owned by Bugatti Hotels & Resorts. Located on the islands of Koh Phi Phi and Phuket, Bugatti Retreat and Bugatti Club are the work of an esteemed Belgium real estate developer. Both developments have broken ground and will offer nearly 170 beachside residences. Bugatti Hotels & Resorts' quality design and craftsmanship, combined with its convenient on-site management and rental pool programs, make investment in these mixed residential and white-gloved hotel properties an extraordinary opportunity with potentially high returns.
"Over the past few years, WIRE International Realty has experienced great transactional success in the U.S. with Americans and foreign nationals alike," said Luigi Rosabianca, a principal and broker of record at WIRE International Realty. "We're excited to now join the Bugatti Invest team as we truly believe it possesses some of the most distinctive residential inventory in Thailand's Andaman region. We expect strong demand to come from the cities where our brokerage's anchor locations are—New York, Miami, London, and Venice."
Phuket, the soon to be home of Bugatti Club, is Thailand's largest island. It is connected to the mainland by two bridges and Phuket International Airport is just a one-hour flight from Bangkok city life. In July 2005, Phuket was designated one of the "World's Top 5 Retirement Destinations" by Fortune Magazine. Upon completion in 2015, the property will deliver a tropical lifestyle with the kinds of sophisticated amenities offered at five-star hotels. 16 four- to six-bedroom tailor-made mega villas, with multi-million dollar asking prices, will comprise Bugatti Club's most luxurious inventory. Other available homes will include 12 apartments and 73 condominiums, with asking prices under $200,000 and going up to more than $1 million. Residents will enjoy a world-class clubhouse; large terraces that boast breathtaking views of Silver Beach and the surrounding islands; and four furnishing styles from which to choose—Classic Thailand, Beach Cottage, Urban Shore or Hemmingway.
Situated between Phuket and the Western Strait of Malacca, the island of Koh Phi Phi is easily reachable from mainland Thailand in less than 45 minutes by Bugatti Hotels & Resorts' private jetfoil. Slated for occupancy in early 2016, Bugatti Retreat will feature 41 hotel units and 26 residential units, with asking prices under $400,000 and going up to $2 million. Homeowners will have access to a private beach and pier, which will be well-appointed with an oversized swimming pool, bar and restaurant; spectacular ocean views; and premier international dining, golf, snorkeling and scuba diving, elephant trekking, and safari conditions nearby.
About WIRE International Realty
WIRE International Realty is a New York City-based luxury brokerage, with additional anchor locations in Miami, London and Venice. The New York City portfolio features new developments, sales and rentals throughout Manhattan and its outer boroughs. Hailing from all over the world, clients have access to a seasoned and multilingual sales and marketing team, and more importantly, to exceptional customer service through each part of the deal process. The brokerage prides itself on its international connections, but also its boutique approach. WIRE International Realty is part of the WIRE: Worldwide Investment in Real Estate network, which is overseen by its parent company, WIRE Consulting. For more information, please visit WIREInternationalRealty.com/Premises/Thailand or contact WIRE International Realty's New York City Office at 212-269-7722.
Emily C. Walsh
ECW Communications, LLC
SOURCE WIRE International Realty
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