Another milestone for builder in Penang

The Eco World Development Group Berhad (EcoWorld) continues to strengthen its presence in Penang with the opening of its sales gallery in Jalan Paya Terubong — the second one in the state.

Visitors were clearly impressed with its show units that maximise the impression of space and glamour.

Soon after watching the renowned Hong Teik lion dance and dragon dance troupe in action, the invited guests were treated to a sumptuous buffet at the site.

There were even violinists and a pianist to serenade the crowd with enchanting music at the gallery, which is situated at the Group’s first upcoming project in Penang called Eco Terraces.

EcoWorld general manager Khoo Teck Chong said the 13,000sq ft EcoWorld Gallery @ Eco Terraces would function as a sales gallery until the project’s completion.

“Once our project is ready, this gallery will be refurbished and turned into a lifestyle centre called the Commune.

“It offers amenities such as a multi-purpose hall, karaoke room, golf simulation room, courts and an outdoor patio for BBQ,” he said on Saturday.

The RM430mil Eco Terraces offers 333 luxurious condominium units of 1,095sq ft to 2,008sq ft in size at RM850psf. Some 70% of the 5.18ha plot is dedicated to undulating green terraces.

Khoo said the Eco Terraces drew inspiration from the natural topography of the land and its surroundings.

The terraced hill slope and natural waterfall within the development allow for a unique master plan to be conceptualised.

Khoo said potential buyers could visit the gallery to view the three show units.

They are Type B (1,366sq ft) with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, the dual key units (1,520sq ft) with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, and the exclusive duplex (2,008sq ft) with four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

The gallery will be open on weekdays from 9am to 6pm and weekends/public holidays from 10am to 6pm.

EcoWorld has been steadily stamping its mark in the Penang real estate industry since the opening of its first sales gallery in Macalister Road last year.

In April, EcoWorld accepted a letter of award from Penang Development Corporation to develop 182ha of land in Batu Kawan.The mixed development project called Eco Marina has a gross domestic value of RM10bil. - By The Star

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