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Post by fdimike » November 23, 2015, 6:20 am

I stopped to see the all new Posri Village shopping complex. There is more than ample parking in front and in the rear of the complex. Hopefully this area will not turn into another typical night market thereby eliminating the parking. The complex currently houses a Zap food court and I believe another Japanese restaurant.

This new complex is located next to the VT Vietnamese restaurant and just in front of the Chinese cemetery.

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Post by socksy » November 23, 2015, 7:41 am

Just what Udon needs another Red Herring. =D> ](*,)

IT Plaza - empty.
Platinum 168 - units only partially open.
Landmark Plazza - Phone and computer shops and stalls - lots closed.
Central Plazza several places boarded up and the whole left side of the IT floor at the top of the escalator all shut.

Incidentally a large kids play store has now opened in Landmark Plazza with secure entrance and exits. Took Socksy junior there at the weekend to leave her in there whilst I briefly went shopping. She translated to me that I had to go in as well so kids can be supervised and in case they started fighting. FFS the staff can't stop small kids fighting? 290 baht for 1 kid to play and 90 baht for 1 adult to supervise. Surprisingly there were hardly any kids or adults there and needless to say me and junior wandered off.
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Post by noosard » November 23, 2015, 12:05 pm

That part of Porsi Rd has a lot of foot traffic late afternoon/evening as markets on both sides of the road
Which makes traffic chaotic
This gives Porsi village a good chance of being successful

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Post by downunder » November 23, 2015, 7:06 pm

What is being built across the road from Nong Bua Market in front of the Chinese Temple near the Railway Line just before U D Town? DU

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Post by waanjai » November 23, 2015, 7:24 pm

downunder wrote:What is being built across the road from Nong Bua Market in front of the Chinese Temple near the Railway Line just before U D Town? DU
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Post by parrot » November 23, 2015, 7:28 pm

downunder wrote:What is being built across the road from Nong Bua Market in front of the Chinese Temple near the Railway Line just before U D Town? DU

That's AEC Square
http://aec-square.com/

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Post by Svein66 » November 23, 2015, 9:34 pm

downunder wrote:What is being built across the road from Nong Bua Market in front of the Chinese Temple near the Railway Line just before U D Town? DU
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Post by Khun Paul » November 24, 2015, 7:40 am

Going back to the original post, the new location will be fine, but as always scant attention will be paid to traffic flows etc, and as for the VT restaurant that has since I have been here a growing successful and extremely well priced location for a meal. I am not a sponsor nor am I a business and if you cancel this post I will NOT be amused

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Post by tataw » November 24, 2015, 7:49 am

Is there still a plan to move the VT restaurant out to the site on the KK road or are they going to have 2 locations?

With the Posri Village, VT restaurant, afternoon market, nursing school, another school opposite PV, 7/11 and another mini-mart plus the condo it will probably mean the traffic flow in this area will become chaotic or more so than normal

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Post by 12345 » November 24, 2015, 10:38 am

waanjai wrote:
tataw wrote:Is there still a plan to move the VT restaurant out to the site on the KK road or are they going to have 2 locations?

With the Posri Village, VT restaurant, afternoon market, nursing school, another school opposite PV, 7/11 and another mini-mart plus the condo it will probably mean the traffic flow in this area will become chaotic or more so than normal
That would make no sense at all, to close present location, as generates way too much baht. They wisely built on the other side of town. Out of town, land prices of course being a factor, and less competition. Wish someone would put something nice out near us, NBLP rd, as 168 Platinum has no anchor store or market / food vendors to draw people to the same same, not different selection of shops under roof. I pass it every day and don't bother......nuff said.

I posted a quick review elsewhere, :roll: stating just that, as Posri Village is almost along my weekly journeys into town, and I will frequent often, especially when they get some more vendors in, as about 25 % now in the fresh food / take away part of mall.

Having tough competition with local market, but the cleanliness and AC, w/parking is a major draw for me. Well worth a few more baht if necessary.

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Post by parrot » November 24, 2015, 1:53 pm

A friend of mine in the local Chamber of Commerce says the old location will remain open. gra-yaw-sohd กระยอสด.....my favorite takeaway for an evening snack.

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Post by waanjai » November 24, 2015, 10:12 pm

Naem Nueng (แหนมเนือง /năeme nueang/)="Salted Pork" - although not being a paying member of UM - is looking for more labourers for their new building south of Udon in the area near Posri Village.
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Post by kopkei » November 25, 2015, 6:56 am

been there yesterday , very small, and they are surely not working at full capacity yet , a lot to eat , but still many shops/resto's not yet open , they told us 28 this month ....
it is the old covered market building from before they have made new...looks bigger on the website than it really is .. ;)

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Post by waanjai » November 25, 2015, 1:01 pm

They called the opening on November 6-8, 2015 a Soft Opening as they expect more weeks to go until all businesses are operational.
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