We bring you an architectural masterpiece, an icon you can call home
Icon Residence Penang will be raising the bar in architectural beauty and setting a benchmark in all modern condominiums to come in Penang. Individual homes, water features and lush gardens are intricately arranged to form a truly unique cascade of nature and modern luxury living.
Inspired by the architecture of Mediterranean resorts, each condominium opens out to an overlapping view of gardens and streams, with the ocean’s horizon as the backdrop that frames this masterpiece.
Live With Luxury
Icon Residence on Pykett Avenue is located at the crossroads of Burmah and Anson Road and is adjacent to Penang’s most famous street, Gurney Drive. Needless to say, this location is synonymous for its legacy as one of the most prime and high-end residential enclaves on Penang Island.
These freehold homes are arranged in cascading steps that will promote and enhance natural airflow, thus further bringing a cool temperate environment all year round.
While nature embraces each condominium from the practical 1,400 sq.ft. to the spacious 2,500 sq.ft., spa facilities are seamlessly built into the tropical environment. Enjoy a level of luxurious pampering like never before with panoramic views of the ocean to the northeast, while the southwest commands the views of Penang’s hills.
Offering the best of Asia, Penang‘s sights and sounds reflect the colourful heritage of its many races and the pride of its people. Be it lush tropical gardens or ornately designed temples, sun-drenched beaches with golden sunsets or unique heritage buildings, Penang will give you a glimpse into a world where nature, tradition and history blend into a rich cultural tapestry.
A fascinating fusion of the East and West, Penang embraces modernity while retaining its traditions and old world charm. These are reflected in its harmonious multi-racial populace and well-preserved heritage buildings which led to George Town being accorded a listing as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site on the 7th of July 2008. Long regarded as the food capital of Malaysia, Penang also entices visitors with its beautiful coasts and scrumptious cuisines.
The economic hub of northern Malaysia
Penang state is today the third largest economy amongst the states of Malaysia. The southern part of the island is highly industrialized with high-tech electronics plants located within the Bayan Lepas Free Industrial Zone. In January 2005, Penang was formally accorded the Multimedia Super Corridor Cyber City status, the first outside of Cyberjaya, with the aim of becoming a high-technology industrial park that conducts cutting-edge research.