During the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous countries experienced significant reductions in employment rates across various sectors, including Thailand. As the pandemic swept the globe, the country had to deal with the economic fallout of a reduced workforce.
Hylife Group’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
In response to the crisis, Shubhodeep Das, founder of Hylife IBC, and his management team assembled a group of individuals to develop products and services in areas of Thailand where the COVID-19 impact was relatively low. The beautiful city of Chiang Mai was among the top locations on their list, and the Hylife Group decided to invest in this area of the country.
Projects By Hylife Group
Hycondo Thasala – A Successful Condominium Project
Despite the challenges presented by the pandemic, the team’s remarkable efforts were appreciated by visitors, who responded positively to their work more than expected.
The Hyparc Residences Hangdong project is designed to cater to the modern-day urban lifestyle while keeping in mind the serene and natural surroundings. The units are divided into four towers, each consisting of 8 floors, with 2 to 3 units per floor.
The project offers a range of facilities and amenities that are designed to provide comfort, convenience, and luxury to its residents. Some of the key features of Hyparc Residences Hangdong include a rooftop garden, a 50-meter swimming pool, a fitness center, a sauna, a kids’ pool, a playground, and a co-working space. The development also features a grand lobby, 24-hour security, and CCTV surveillance for maximum safety and security.
Hyluxe is a premium real estate development company that offers luxurious and contemporary residential and commercial properties in Thailand. The company is committed to providing its customers with world-class living and working spaces that cater to their every need and exceed their expectations.
Shubhodeep Das and the Hylife Group’s contributions to the development of new businesses and services in Thailand, especially in the city of Chiang Mai, have been crucial in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.