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Friday, July 8, 2011

Star project in Nilai

Well received: Choo (left) showing the scaled-down version of the Starz Valley.

Tagged with a glamourous name, interested house buyers are flocking to see the newly launched Starz Valley project in Nilai.

The freehold mixed development by Golden Plateau Sdn Bhd may be the company’s debut project but has sold out its commercial units in just a day.

All 38 units of its shoplots priced between RM600,000 and RM1.1mil each were snapped up during its launch and 104 units of Soho offices were sold out within a month.

Located oppposite Inti International University, the project encompasses commercial lots, a five-storey boutique hotel, a sports centre and four blocks of serviced apartments.

Company managing director Y.C. Choo said the strategic location of the project coupled with its modern design were among the main selling points for the development.

“Before embarking on the project, we conducted a detailed survey on the properties here and designed our project to meet actual demand.

“Our strategy must be working judging from the overwhelming response,” he said.

The four blocks of 13-storey serviced apartments will house 1,111 units with the smallest unit (studio) measuring 290sq ft and the largest (three-room) measuring 1,018sq ft.

The apartments are priced between RM109,000 and RM320,000 for the first block.

The serviced apartments which will have a community hall, swimming pool and gym are equipped with security features including a panic button in each unit and touch card for the elevators going up to the residential floors.

The apartments also come semi-furnished with wardrobes, air-conditioning units and kitchen cabinets.

The project, which will begin construction soon, is scheduled to be completed in the next three years.

Choo said the first phase of the project will be ready by the end of 2013.

By The Star

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