Rachada District Development


was constructed in 1971 by the initiative of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) to resolve traffic congestion in Bangkok. Since then the landscape has slowly transformed from primarily residential to commercial. Many domestic and international firms setup their headquarter offices here, and several large shopping centers and department stores contribute to the formation of the Ratchada District.

It is forecasted that the Ratchada District will continue to expand in the next several years. It is bustling with activities throughout the day and night with office buildings, hotels, and shopping malls.


has been developed at an investment cost of Bt 2.3 billion as a lifestyle mall with a concept of ‘SIP. WALK. TALK. SHARE.’, in order to serve the new lifestyle of the new-generation consumers, where life is not limited by time. The 30,000-square meter is situatedon a 2.5-hectare plot and was designed with 4,000-square meter of open space – the largest in the Ratchada area – at the front of the mall to allow it to hold activities year round.


The project was originally constructed in 1995, and was known as The Sriwara Hitec Tower. It was later renamed to the Ratchada Square Tower. The project consists of two office towers and retail plaza with over 100,000 square meters of net leasable area. The TCC Group acquired the projects in 2005 and underwent major renovations in 2008 and again in 2016. After the recent renovation, the project was rebranded to the CW Tower to reflect the more modern and vibrant office and retail spaces.