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Lake Rajada Office Complex

Lake Rajada, Lake Ratchada or Lake Rajada Office Complex (อาคารเลครัชดา คอมเพล็กซ์) is an Office Building located on Ratchadapisek road, in the Asoke area. This 38- Storey Building was completed in 1993 and contains a few retail spaces with Au Bon Pain, Kasikornbank, Coffee shop, Dentist and Fried Chicken. In the surrounding area there are many restaurants, coffeeshops and foodland supermarket. The Building is convenient located within 10 minutes walk from MRT Sukhumvit, BTS Asoke and Terminal 21 Shoppingmall.

The Lake Rajada Office complex is owned by multiple different owners and therefore the price per sqm may vary and the building is most of the time fully occupied.

Please find below all details regarding Office space for Rent in Lake Rajada Office Complex.

Parking spaces
Approx. 700

Total Lettable Area
54,700 Sqm

Ceiling Height 
2.4 Meter

16 passenger
4 service elevator


Water Cooled

Lease period
3 years

Fitting out period
1 month (depending on the size)

Price per Sq. m
600-650 THB per sq.m

3 months

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

Telephone Setup Fee
6000 THB per line

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    Building Facilities

    •   Key Card Access
    • icon  24-Hour Security

    Basic Informations






    6 months


    All pets allowed (No limitation)

    Extra pet deposit

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