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Exchange Tower Asoke, also known as Exchange Tower, is an office building in Asoke at the intersection of Sukhumvit Rd. and Ratchadapisek Road. This strategic location
offers convenient access to Asoke BTS, MRT Sukhumvit, and Terminal 21 via a connecting walkway.


Constructed in 2004, this project features 46 floors within its premises 5 floors are designated for retail spaces, accommodating renowned establishments such as Bangkok Bank, Kasikorn Bank, Krungsri Bank, Starbucks, Dressed, and even a branch of Stanford University.


Please find below all the details regarding Office space in Exchange Tower.


**All offices have Raised floor boards**


Property Features:


Parking spaces
Approx. 615


Typical Floor Area
1,300 sq.m per floor


Ceiling Height 
2.6 Meter


13 passenger
1 service elevator
2 Retail elevators


Central Chiller with VAV


Lease period
3 years


Fitting out period
1 month (depending on the size)


Price per Sq. m
1400 THB per sq.m


3 months


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


Office air conditioning services from 9:00-21:00


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    Building Facilities

    •   Key Card Access
    • icon  24-Hour Security

    Basic Informations


    City Developments Limited (CDL)




    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.