The Opus is a multi-use office and retail building offering an array of versatile commercial space rental and service packages aimed at providing a perfect fit for the budget and size requirements of small to medium-sized companies.
The family-built and -operated commercial/lifestyle space boasts a sweet-spot location in the solidly flourishing Thonglor neighbourhood, and its stunning, otherworldly night time lighting effect façade has helped The Opus cultivate a distinctive presence in the ever buzzing mid-soi strip of this fast-developing Sukhumvit-area community.
Open 24-hours to tenants and customers, The Opus is a good fit for businesses whose staff put in the hours in striving for success, as well as entertainment venues needing to operate into the wee hours. And it further distinguishes itself with demonstrably superior essential facilities like unit-specific, on-demand air-conditioning, abundant parking, high-Q public restrooms and well secured restricted entry access. For added convenience, reliable, in-house support services like valet parking, room cleaning, maintenance and repair are also available.
Commenting on how he envisions the project moving forward, The Opus’ Head of Sales & Marketing, Anuraj ‘Bobby’ Narula offered this: “We aim to be a hub of creative venues, and The Opus itself to be a venue well in-tune with the times with year-round appeal for working, dining and playing.”
To date, a number of successful businesses, retail outlets and a clinic have made The Opus their home, along with popular dining and entertainment venues Diamond Thonglor, Favela Latino night club; Atomic Beer Pong bar; Teppan Niku Kappo Grill & Sake; Wu Xi, DB Society and multi-kitchen diner Foodtopia.
A special-price promotion is also underway, offering a 15% discount off published retail space rental rates throughout November, and 10% off in December 2018.
Describing their growing presence in the area, Narula says his development company is also behind a serviced apartment project in nearby Thonglor Soi 25 which targets Japanese executives—“Bliss by The Opus” is set to open in November, while yet another area development is in the works with a three-year completion schedule.