KUALA LUMPUR: Master community developer Sunway Group’s GEOLake townhouse is the final opportunity for homebuyers to own a landed property within Sunway City.
For the low-density Sunway GEOLake townhouse, which is the last component of the RM650mil GEOLake Residences project, only 44 units are to be built.
The beauty of this enclave is the convenience of its location. None can match Sunway’s unique business model of “Build, Own and Operate” when it comes to the seamlessly merging of city convenience and privacy of homes within a self-contained city.
This makes the GEOLake townhouses, which has a gross development value of RM110mil, ideal for families seeking the privacy of their own home and yet only a short walk to city living convenience.
At only 30m to the SunMed bus rapid transit (BRT) station and 560m to Sunway Pyramid, it is also directly linked to Sunway GEO Avenue via a link bridge, said Sunway property development division central region executive director Chong Sau Min.
The BRT also allows for greater connectivity to light rail transit and KTM Komuter services which would expand residents’ reach to other parts of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.
Sunway GEO Avenue is an integrated development comprising retail shops, flexi suites and residences where people come together to experience the very best of entertainment, work, and living, he said.
“The retail shops, flexi suites and residences are all within walking distance from one another, making Sunway GEO a seamlessly integrated development,” he said.
Sunway’s advantage is that it has functional connectivity among its various properties and pedestrians can easily walk through these connections to reach respective destinations.
For example, students can use the Canopy Walk to from Sunway University while residents can use the elevated covered pedestrian walkways that link to the shopping convenience of Sunway Pyramid or numerous offices and hotels.
These gated and guarded homes come with a private garden overlooking resort-style facilities designed by an award-winning landscape architect.
With a starting price of RM2mil, the townhouses come with a modern and elegant facade with spacious and practical layout designed for maximum functionality that comes with four parking bays and lavish facilities for its owners.
The townhouses have built-ups ranging between 2,799 sq ft (3+1 bedroom) and 3,035 sq ft (4+1 bedroom units on the upper floor).
Among the facilities at Sunway GEOLake Residences include a dragon walk playground, central park, rock jacuzzi, infinity pool and urban farming community garden.
Sunway GEOLake is designed to be a highly sustainable living environment, featuring solar system applications in common areas and facilities, an urban farming community garden to promote eco-conscious living and extensive green landscaping that welcome residents to the outdoors.
The unit layout takes into consideration disabled-friendly access with wider doors of 900mm for the main entrance to allow easy access for wheelchairs and baby strollers.
Facilities and common areas are designed for universal accessibility, especially for wheelchair users and families with baby strollers. Various ramps, sloped paths and public connectors such as link bridges and lifts are provided within the main central landscaped park to encourage communal activities.
Charging bays are placed within carparks to encourage the usage of electric vehicles. Efforts to conserve energy can be seen in the building’s design as well. A prime example is the longitudinal positions of the tower to face east or west to minimise the number of units facing the sun. This reduces the usage of air conditioning to cool down their homes even though energy-saving air-conditioners are utilised.
Other green aspects include a rainwater harvesting system, which would be used to water the plants, ensuring a healthy green landscape.
Sunway engaged smart technology to better service homebuyers by introducing the Sunway Community Application that serves as a communication platform for the residents to stay connected within the community.
Among some of the app’s features are community announcements, community support, a mobile video intercom, a community news bulletin and calendar.
All these features are part of Sunway’s, in staying true to its master community builder status, continuous effort in promoting a sustainable future for the building, its residents and the environment as a whole.