KUALA LUMPUR: Berjaya Land Bhd has launched Tower C, the latest phase of its development in Bukit Jaill, The Tropika.
Conducted on FB Live with Wayne Thong as the host, prominent guests include Datuk Joey Yap, influencers Yvonne Chua and Brian See and property expert Sean Tan.
The Tropika is sited on 6.5 acres of freehold land, sandwiched between two lushly landscaped green lungs, namely the Bukit Jalil Golf and Country Resort and Bukit Jalil Recreational Park.
This nature-inspired mixed development comprises four residential towers with 868 serviced residence units, a grocer, nine double-storey dual frontage shop lots and 11 retail lots.
Unlike most property hot spots, where rapid developments brought on by the popularity of the area would eventually turn them into a concrete jungle, The Tropika is encircled by greenery.
Yap pointed that The Tropika has the criteria and ingredients of mother nature, which is a good source of energy for investment and own stay.
One must choose the right unit to contain the good energy from the mountain and water element surrounding the development, he said.
“Year 2021 up till 2024 is a transition period to period nine whereby North-South axis is the ideal direction that complements period nine,” said Yap.
Tower A was launched in Q1 2019 while Tower B was launched mid last year. Both of the towers are 99% sold.
Berjaya Land property division senior general manager Tan Tee Ming said: “Despite the ongoing pandemic, the registration so far has been encouraging and we are very optimistic to have a good take-up rate for the sales of Tower C as the commercial component will be handed over this year-end which we will see the main anchor tenant, Jaya Grocer, coming in along with a number of prominent F&B operators which will be announced soon.”
The layouts in Tower C are similar to Towers A and B, and every bedroom is an en suite. The build-ups range from 732 sq ft to 1,318 sq ft, with some units having a golf course view.
The buyers of Tower A and B are mostly Malaysians aged between 25 and 55 years old and mostly purchased for their own stay.
Bukit Jalil is one of the few locations in Kuala Lumpur where property prices have been holding up or increasing marginally amid the current soft market situation, Tan said.
The Tropika is easily accessible via major highways such as the Damansara-Puchong Expressway, Puchong Sungai Besi Highway, Shah Alam Expressway, Maju Expressway and New Pantai Expressway. It is also served by public transportation, including the Rapid KL bus and light rail transit (LRT).
The property resides close to educational institutions such as SJKC Lai Meng, International Medical University and Asia Pacific University.