CYBERJAYA: Cyberview Sdn Bhd managing director Hafidz Hashim believes the RM1.5 billion Sky Park project in Cyberjaya will further enhance the progress and growth of the intelligent city.
Cyberjaya has been identified as a pioneer green city by the government and its development aims to reflect that.
"We are aspired to develop Cyberjaya as a green model city and are working closely with private developers to create a low carbon city. We believe this is an added incentive for home buyers and business operators who want to live and work in a clean environment," Hafidz told Business Times in an interview.
Some 16 major developers are expected to invest up to RM20 billion in Cyberjaya over the next five years.
They include SP Setia Bhd, Mah Sing Group Bhd, Nadayu Bhd, UEM Land Holdings Bhd, Glomac Bhd, OSK Property Bhd and MCT Consortium.
The Sky Park project is being developed by MCT Consortium and consists of six towers of between 12 and 42 storeys.
The project will have an office tower, strata office, a 390-room business hotel, serviced apartments, studio small-office-flexible-office (SOFO) and duplex SOFO.
MCT managing director Danny Goh said the development has many unique features, one of which is the roof-top podium featuring sophisticated ambience with choices of stylish brands.
Five of the blocks (excluding the serviced apartments) will be linked by a spacious, elongated sky park on the roof top, reflecting the fine hallmark of the Sky Park project.
Goh said the SOFO units are also uniquely brilliant-built art of work and play, surrounded with elegant, contemporary designs.
By Business Times