KUALA LUMPUR: Mah Sing Group Bhd (Mah Sing) ended the year on a high note by hosting a year-end appreciation event at M Centura, Sentul to celebrate its completion.
The poolside party was a private event held for the media to uncover the completion of the development, which began in 2017. The fully sold M Centura is Mah Sing’s first M-series under the affordable development range to be completed, showcasing home buyers’ confidence and strong demand towards Mah Sing’s affordably priced product offerings.
“M Centura is Mah Sing’s first baby under the M Series, demonstrating that we can deliver on our brand promise of providing premium resort lifestyle homes that are affordable in a KL city address,” said Mah Sing founder and group managing director Tan Sri Leong Hoy Kum.
Under the Reinvent Affordability Initiative, the M Series generally offers an indicative selling price from RM300,000 onwards for a 3-bedroom unit. Mah Sing’s recent land acquisition for M Nova in Kepong offers an indicative selling price from RM318,000 for an 700 sq ft unit.
This demonstrates that Mah Sing can still build homes that are both economical and of good quality, with a functional plan, he said.
M Series projects are meticulously designed to provide a functional yet comfortable place to call home. Every project in the M Series has its own distinct selling point.
“Following the success of M Centura, we launched M Arisa, our second freehold property in Sentul, in January 2020, and there are limited units still available. We anticipated that the advantageous location of Sentul, which provides easy access to lifestyle amenities and infrastructure, as well as overflow demand from M Centura, would pique interest in M Arisa.
“Based on the healthy take-up this year despite the pandemic, we are certain that we are on the right direction in launching the M Series,” added Mah Sing group chief executive officer Datuk Ho Hon Sang.
Mah Sing’s other M Series are M Luna in Kepong, M Adora in Wangsa Melawati, M Vertica in Kuala Lumpur, M Oscar off Jalan Kuchai Lama and M Vista in Penang.