Universal Group extends its Seven Seas success to its latest Savanna Sands project in Jomtien

One of the most talked about developments taking shape in Pattaya is the Seven Seas Condominium in Jomtien. The 2.5 billion baht mega resort style project is being developed by the Indian based Universal Group. The manufacturing and construction conglomerate has businesses throughout Asia, the Middle East and Africa and has completed around 20 projects in the region, so far but Seven Seas is their first real-estate venture in Thailand. Located on 15 rai at the intersection of Chaiyapruek Road and Jomtien Second Road, 350 meters from the beach, Seven Seas Condominium will encompass eight low rise buildings of around 1400 units, surrounding seven lagoon swimming pools, each with its own theme: Easter Island, Mystery Island, Madagascar, Seychelles, Bahamas, Bora Bora and Hawaii. These islands will incorporate artificial beaches, a club house, a fitness center, Jacuzzi’s, and a pirate ship with water slides. Individual units range in from studios to one and two bedrooms.
I spoke with the CEO for Universal Seven Seas, Sonia Punjabi, who told me that Jomtien was the only location in the city her team could build a themed project on the massive scale of Seven Seas.
Pattaya’s Compass Real Estate and the Silvermover Marketing team are overseeing both projects. The company’s Managing Director, Charlie Warner told us about his role.
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