Eco World offers diverse range of products for buyers


PETALING JAYA: With a landbank of 1,793.97ha and total gross development value (GDV) of RM43.52bil, Eco World Development Group Bhd offers a wide range of residential, commercial and industrial products with thoughtful architecture and sustainability elements.
Its current projects are mainly located in the Klang Valley, Iskandar region, and Penang.
In the central, its on-going projects are EcoSky along Jalan Ipoh, EcoMajestic at Semenyih and Saujana Glenmarie in the Glenmarie neighbourhood.
EcoSky, its maiden project in the Klang Valley, is an integrated residential and commercial development on a 3.88ha parcel situated off Jalan Ipoh.
Located 8km away from the city centre, the strategic location enables purchasers to choose between a great view of the Petronas Twin Towers on one side and the famed limestone Batu Caves on the other. The site is served by two KTM stations, namely Taman Wahyu and Batu Caves, with easy access to major highways.
Besides a wide range of facilities to cater to residents’ lifestyle requirements such as recreational facilities, shops, offices and food and beverage outlets, EcoSky will be certified by the Singapore Building and Construction Authority’s Green Mark and US’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design on top of certification by Malaysia’s Green Building Index.
Meanwhile, the newly launched EcoMajestic, also its first township in the Klang Valley, is located in the Southern Corridor of Semenyih.
With a land size of 434.23ha, this RM11.14bil-project is set to be the largest strata titled fully gated and guarded township in Malaysia.
Designed with a colonial straits flair, EcoMajestic’s master plan includes 60.7ha dedicated for development as a commercial hub that will make it the business and economic hub that serves Semenyih, Kajang, and Bangi.
Currently, the property player offers affordable landed terrace homes, semi-detached and cluster as well as bungalow land for home buyers at EcoMajestic.
In the Iskandar region, it had launched EcoSpring and EcoSummer while it also introduced Eco Business Park I at a preview.
EcoSpring and EcoSummer are located in the well-established Tebrau corridor and will offer a good mix of affordable and luxury landed homes.
Its first project in the southern state is the 131.52ha-EcoBotanic in Nusajaya, which features a butterfly-shaped lake and 7.2ha central park and houses that are inspired by the colonial era architecture.
In Penang, it plans to unveil the 5.26ha residential and integrated EcoTerraces at Paya Terubong this August. The RM340mil project comprises one block of 41-storey condominium, 47 units of three-storey terrace houses and 12 units of semi-detached houses.

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