BUKIT JALIL: SkyWorld Development Sdn Bhd is expecting its latest high-rise residential development SkyLuxe on the Park @ Bukit Jalil (SkyLuxe) to be fully sold within this year, said its executive director and chief operating officer Lee Chee Seng.
To date, some 78% of the project have been sold.
“We are aiming confidently to fully sell this project before end of this year,” said Lee.
SkyLuxe has a gross development value of RM411.6 million. It is the fourth high-rise residential project by SkyWorld. Its previous projects were Ascenda @ SkyArena in Setapak, Bennington @ SkyArena also in Setapak and SkyAwani in Sentul.
“SkyLuxe comprises two towers of 43 and 44 storeys sitting on a 1.85-acre freehold site next to the 80-acre Bukit Jalil Recreational Park and opposite the 165-acre Bukit Jalil Golf and Country Resort.
“You can literary have the park’s jogging track at your door step,” Lee told reporters at an interview today.
SkyLuxe offers 477 units with built-up sizes ranging from 661 sq ft to 1,224 sq ft. It is priced from RM600,000 to RM1 million.
“With the pricing at an average of RM760 psf, many potential buyers have showed their interest way before we opened for registration at the end of May this year. We received more than 5,000 registrations within three months,” Lee noted.
Interestingly, the 1,000 sq ft units were more popular than the smaller units.
“Most are owner-occupiers. They are mostly locals and those from neighbouring towns. Hence the 3-bedroom units are the most popular ones,” Lee said, adding that the smallest layout — the 661 sq ft unit, is not a SoHo or studio, but a proper 1+1 bedroom unit.
Lee attributed the good response to SkyLuxe to the project’s location, as well as its quality.
“SkyLuxe will be Green Building Index (GBI) and The Construction Quality Assessment System (CONQUAS) compliant. We know that no matter how the market is, people always go back to the basics, which is the quality because buying a home is a big thing in life and no one wants to risk it,” Lee said.
Besides quality, he said it is very important to provide a modern design amidst a lush and green environment.
“Inspired by trees, you can see the façade resembles tree trunks while plants are placed at the carpark and facilities floors (total 10 floors),” he said.
Facilities include an infinity pool with floating cocoon, pavilion garden, herb and BBQ deck, gym, sky lounge and roof terrace on each tower.
The project will be officially launched by end-September, with piling works to start before the launch.
“We should finished piling works in October, and it will take 42 months to complete the whole project. We are targeting to hand over in early 2020,” he said.
Bukit Jalil is well connected via the LDP and MEX Highways. The development itself is just a two-minute walk to the future Pavilion Mall 2 via a link bridge at the park and 1.2km from the Awan Besar Mass Rapid Transit station.
News Source:(Rachel Chew)