Going the extra mile to ensure residents benefit to the fullest
There is no other developer quite like Sunway Property when it comes to building vibrant communities within its properties. The multiple award-winning developer is known for its mission to build a brighter future by creating integrated, sustainable and liveable properties.
Not to mention, it will go to great lengths to ensure that the residents of its developments will benefit from its undertakings. Those who have seen what Sunway City Kuala Lumpur was before it was first constructed are in awe of the vision of Sunway Bhd founder and chairman Tan Sri Dr Jeffrey Cheah.
And that aspiration continues to be a core aspect of Sunway Property which can be seen in its on-going projects like Sunway Serene in Petaling Jaya, Sunway Belfield in Kuala Lumpur as well as Sunway GRID Residence and Emerald Residence in Sunway City Iskandar Puteri, Johor. The same aspirations are also extended to its non-residential projects like Sunway GEO Tower in Sunway City Kuala Lumpur.
Little wonder that the moniker Master Community Developer has stuck so well with the property heavyweight. With Sunway Property, putting the community first has always been the priority.
With Sunway Serene, the developer undertook the massive task of cleaning up the 15-acre lake, investing RM10mil to its rehabilitation, and transforming it into a thriving lush magnet for fauna, even attracting bird species that had never taken residence there before. Sunway Property also restored the surrounding park areas and incorporated a 1.2km jogging path around the lake for both the residents of Sunway Serene and visitors to the lake.
With the rehabilitation of the lake, marine animals like fish and frogs are also reappearing and increasing in numbers, a sure sign that the lake is thriving. All this was in progress even before the construction of Sunway Serene began. As the first tower nears completion, future residents can already start enjoying the benefits of lakeside living even before they get their keys.
Being a community builder, Sunway Property took further steps by providing a host of facilities and amenities such as a sky gym, sky lounge, multi-purpose court, Olympic-length swimming pool and games room, among others to encourage interactions between residents. They even incorporated new features like the 210m lazy river and a care centre, where two certified nurses will be stationed to provide basic health screening, general health education and minor treatments.
With Sunway Belfield, the conveniences that its residents will benefit from include its walkability to the Maharajalela monorail station as well as two LRT stations and one MRT station in Pasar Seni.
Being on the edge of Kuala Lumpur’s golden triangle puts Sunway Belfield in a prime location due to its proximity to all of the city’s amenities. The RM1bil development will comprise three towers with a total of 1,330 serviced apartments on a 4.53-acre parcel.
With five different layouts, there is a unit to suit each discerning buyer as the built-ups range from 788 sq ft to 1,337 sq ft. Again with building communities in mind, the facilities include an infinity pool, a reading terrace, a herb and spice garden, a children’s playground, an outdoor trampoline, a gymnasium, a co-working space, a sky deck and a sky barbecue terrace.
While the aspects of community building are always evident in Sunway’s residential projects, it is also true for its commercial, retail and office spaces. A prime example of this is Sunway GEO Tower which is sited within their flagship Sunway City Kuala Lumpur.
The newest premium office building is directly integrated with the Sunway GEO Avenue retail mall and intricately linked via street level and elevated walkways and the elevated and dedicated BRT Sunway Line to ensure connectivity. It is worthwhile to mention that Sunway City Kuala Lumpur is continually evolving. Even the underground car parks have slowly expanded to link one to the other. Such intricacies have yet to be emulated in other developments.
Holistic living elements
Down south lies Sunway City Iskandar Puteri (SCIP), which is designed to be the next hot spot in Johor. With the property seeds firmly planted, Sunway Property has tirelessly ensured that the right infrastructure and facilities were in place before the roll out of its residential projects.
Already up and running are Malaysia’s first retail hybrid park Sunway Big Box Retail Park, Sunway Citrine Hub, Sunway Hotel Big Box, X-Park, SJK (C) Cheah Fah, Sunway International School, a Caltex petrol station, a Starbucks drive-thru and Sunway Emerald Boulevard 88.
The township itself is rich with facilities and attractions, for example, the 20-acre Sunway Emerald Lake where one could enjoy a leisurely stroll while taking in the serenity of nature.
The award-winning Sunway GRID Residence and Sunway Emerald Residence reside within this gem. Sunway GRID Residence is connected to Sunway Grid Hub which will feature a wide selection of retail options, educational institutes like Sunway TES and Sunway 42 Iskandar Campus amongst many others. All at the doorstep of the 501 homeowners there. In line with Sunway Property’s stance toward sustainability, Sunway GRID hosts a multitude of green features to conserve and protect nature. Power-saving appliances have been added to the building to reduce carbon footprint.
Hence, it is no wonder that Sunway GRID Residence has been awarded the Gold rating in GreenRE. Sunway Emerald Residence marks the first landed development within the vicinity, followed by Sunway Citrine Lakehomes, a landed project that launched and completely sold out in the midst of a pandemic.
Both extensive developments accommodate a gated and guarded community, including a community centre for Sunway Citrine Lakehomes, and a private clubhouse for Sunway Emerald Residence. The indoor and outdoor facilities for both developments foster healthy and active lifestyles for all residents.
As a Master Community Developer we want to create resilient and thriving communities where everyone can live, learn, work, and play in healthy and connected environments.