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Thursday, March 25, 2010

The Haven to set benchmark

The Haven, a RM250 million lakeside residential project in Tambun, Perak, will set a benchmark for high-end developments in the state, said property developer Superboom Projects Sdn Bhd.

Its chief executive officer Peter Chan said the project, which features Perak's tallest condominium blocks when completed in early 2013, is the first of its kind in the world.

The Haven comprises three 26-storey blocks of luxury condominiums with green features.

It is aimed to be among the first development to embark on all feasible avenues of harvesting nature's renewable, sustainable resources such as wind, water, bio-gas and pro-active mechanical resources to power and maintain common areas, Chan said.
Each block will offer 165 units overlooking a 1.6ha private natural lake with running water, a 14-storey high monolithic limestone rock formation, and the existing 280 million-year-old limestone hills.

"The Haven is a distinctive development with trappings of luxury and functionality. It will be an icon for Ipoh, with a picturesque setting crafted by mother nature. No projects in the world will be able to replicate The Haven, not at least for the next three to five years as land with natural settings is scarce," Chan claims.

The Haven was unveiled yesterday at the company's showhouse in Tambun. So far, 30 per cent of the Block A units have been sold.

The units, priced from RM250,000 to RM1.4 million with sizes ranging from 958 sq ft to 4,345 sq ft, comes in 12 variations and have attracted buyers from Hong Kong, Vietnam and Singapore.

"We believe we are launching The Haven at the right time as the market for high-end products in Ipoh is picking up. There are more people from Kuala Lumpur, Penang, and foreigners looking to buy condominiums in Ipoh as a getaway," Chan said.

The developer will launch the second block when sales at Block A have reached 80 per cent, said the company's co-principle David Yam.

By Business Times (by Sharen Kaur)

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