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Column Tower

Column Tower is a Grade A Office Building located on Ratchadapisek Road, in the Asoke area. This 42-story project contains an office building combined with serviced apartments. On the upper floors of Column Tower are the Serviced Apartments located. The office space is divided to 2 zones comprising: Low Zone starting from 3rd floor to 15th floor; and Medium Zone starting from 16th floor to 24th floor. The available office spaces range from 1,500-1,644 sq.m. per floor.

Column Tower is located at close proximity to Sukhumvit MRT, Asoke BTS station, Foodland Supermarket, Exchange Tower, Interchange 21 and Terminal 21 Shoppingmall.

Please find below all details regarding Office space for Rent in Column Tower.

Parking spaces
Approx. 950

Total Lettable Area
34,270 Sqm

Ceiling Height 
Approx 2.80 Meter

14 passenger
1 service elevator
3 carpark


Central chilled water

Lease period
3 years

Fitting out period
1 month (depending on the size)

Price per Sq. m
750-800 THB per sq.m

3 months

Car Park 
1 car per 100 sq.m free of charge

Telephone Setup Fee
6000 THB per line

Other Office Buildings in Asoke
Exchange Tower
Interchange 21
CTI Tower
Lake Rajada Office Complex
Ocean Tower 1
Vasu 01 Building
Jasmine City Building


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    Building Facilities

    •   Key Card Access
    • icon  24-Hour Security

    Basic Informations






    3 years


    No pets allowed

    Extra pet deposit

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    Most rentals require a 1-year lease and a 2-month deposit. You also need to pay 1 month rent in advance. Your deposit is usually returned 1-2 months after the end of the lease to cover any outstanding bills.