The abandoned Majestic Heights Phase 2A Project in Paya Terubong, Penang, is still short of two purchasers for the target set by the new developer for its revival.
PLB-KH BINA Sdn Bhd, the new owners of the project, had targeted 220 purchasers to register for the revival but only 218 of the total 342 purchasers signed the Construction Agreement from Dec 10 last year until Jan 19.
The project’s pro-tem committee vice-chairman Chee Eng Hooi said buyers who want to sign up could do so at the legal firm of Messrs Salina, Lim Kim Chuan and Co at 51-15-C2, Menara BHL, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, George Town, from today onwards.
“We have extended the deadline indefinitely, and believe we can achieve the intended target over the next few weeks for construction work to start,” Chee told a press conference on Thursday.
The completion date is 18 months from the date of receipt of Letter of Commencement of work from the relevant authorities.
The project was 70% completed when it was abandoned by the previous owner in 1998.
It consists of 370 units comprising 342 low medium-cost units, six shoplots and 22 light industrial units.
Purchasers who need details can contact Neoh Hong Lee (chairman) at 016-4969690, Khor Boon Peng (secretary) at 016-4866985 and Chee at 012-4310118, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://majesticheightp2a.blogspot.com or http://www.facebook.com/majesticheight. - By The Star