Hong Kong-based ArchCapital to partner in MontAzure Phuket development

ArchCapital (Hong Kong & Shanghai) is now the Chinese partner of MontAzure, the Phuket resort and residential development taking shape on a beachfront location in Phuket, Thailand, at Kamala Beach.

The first phase of the development is The Residences at MontAzure, a beachfront condominium and beach club project, premiered to investors at the recent SMART Investment & International Property Expo 2015 Shanghai.

Three of the region's hospitality and property investors are involved in the project. The other two partners are Narai Group (Thailand) and Philean Capital (Singapore), part of Pontiac Land Group. 

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Martin Palleros is the designer of The Residences at MontAzure. This includes 75 beachfront residences located in Phuket's west coast address on Kamala beach. 

Palleros already designed Phuket's Twin Palms resort and residences and Baan Yamu, as well as The Chedi, Chiang Mai, Aman New Delhi and The Metropolitan Bangkok. 

The Estates at MontAzure were also revealed at the event. These 13 hillside villas will be designed by interior designer Lek 'Mathar' Bunnag.

MontAzure is a mixed-use resort residential development stretching over 180 acres, offering 1,148 feet of beach frontage, as well as villas.

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