The Pearl City new township project in Simpang Ampat is the pride of Tambun Indah Land Bhd, boasting of a mixed development that would cater to the future needs of the population in mainland Penang.
The project consists of Pearl Garden, with 152 double-storey terrace units and 164 semi-detached double-storey units, and Pearl Villas with 19 bungalows catering to the middle and high income group.
Tambun Indah executive director Teh Theng Theng said the project is expected to be completed in 2013.
She said there is a growing demand for the project, which is located in south Seberang Prai, as the second Penang Bridge linking Batu Kawan on the mainland and Batu Maung on the island would also be completed around the same time.
She added that the project would have 24-hour security, CCTV, exclusive clubhouse and swimming pool.
Their two other projects are Tanjung Heights, a 12-storey condominium in Jalan Raja Uda, and the Capri Park 15-storey luxury condominium project located in Jalan Heng Choon Thian in the heart of Butterworth town.
The 142 units would be built with a semi-detach concept of four bedrooms with a built-up area of between 444.6sq m and 513sq m.
The property will be showcased at The Star’s Property Fair 2011. Touted as Penang’s premier property expo, the fair’s ninth edition will be held at Gurney Plaza and the adjoining G Hotel from July 21 to 24.
To date, 28 major developers — representing almost all the big boys in the industry — along with several financial institutions, have taken up booths in the fair.
The key exhibitors include IJM Land, Sunway Grand, Vienna Home (Mah Sing), Ideal Property Development, SP Setia Group, Taman Sri Setia (Boon Siew Group), Ivory Properties Group, Nusmetro, MTT Properties & Development, Reka Indah Development, Lembaman Development (Belleview Group), DNP Land, GD Development, Lone Pine Group and Tambun Indah Development.
The RM30,000 worth of prizes for the ‘Surf, Click & Win’ contest are sponsored by IJM Land.
The fair, which is open to the public from 10am to 10pm daily, is organised by The Star in co-operation with Henry Butcher Penang. Admission is free. - By The Star