MELAKA: NCT Group in collaboration with Ayer Keroh Country Club (AKCC) hosted a groundbreaking ceremony this Wednesday for its latest masterpiece development, Ion Forte Green City. Located amidst Melaka’s lush green belt, the project is set to complement the state’s frondescence. Approximately 23-acres of development land will comprise of five precincts, made up of luxury serviced residences, wellness suites, a clubhouse as well as a commercial complex.
The first phase will kick off in 2021 and is targeted for completion in 2024. The entire masterpiece development will take approximately seven to 10 years to complete. Completion of the project will see comprehensive facilities and infrastructures comprising entertainment, food and beverages outlets, medical and healthcare facilities which are set to complement AKCC, known as being the first golf club in Melaka with a 27-hole golf course.
NCT Group will also be collaborating with Wyndham Hotels and Resort who is managing a branded residence within the development. NCT group managing director Datuk Sri Yap Ngan Choy said: “We are truly inspired by Melaka’s rich history and the greeneries in Ayer Keroh. With this in mind, we are committed to ensuring that we offer the best experience for our buyers while we undertake a project that showcases a forward-looking vision, eco-wellness and environmental integration.”
AKCCB chief executive officer Datuk Wira Dr Ahmad Zaini Mohd Amin, said: “The strategic location of Ion Forte Green City at AKCC provides a seamless and integrated experience. “Additionally, the existing connectivity to nearby popular attractions such as Melaka International Trade Centre (MITI), Zoo Melaka and Dataran Sejarah allows for greater growth and opportunities for the state’s tourism sector to flourish. The project will add value not just to AKCC but also to Melaka itself.”
Also present at the event were Grand Ion Delemen Hotel chief executive officer Datuk Indera Omar Naresh Mohan, Melaka Golf Resort chairman Datuk Rahmad Mariman and Melaka chief minister Datuk Seri Sulaiman Mohd Ali, who officiated at the ground-breaking ceremony.