Granito @ Permai is the latest development by BSG Property consisting of upscale yet affordable condominiums in Penang.
Located in the thriving Permai Village township in Tanjung Bungah, it comprises twin 49-storey towers housing 980 residential units all sized at 864sq ft with three bedrooms.
The company’s business development manager and sales and marketing department head Chong Hock Aun said the residences would have modern aesthetics with clean, sleek lines and refined interiors.
“With its prime location and moderately-sized layout, it is ideal for young families as well as first-time and price-sensitive home seekers.
“Luxury comes in many ways, and where else in Penang can you find something so comfortable and exclusive, yet affordable and within reach,” Chong noted of Granito, which will be open for registration at the upcoming Star Property Fair 2015.
Granito @ Permai by BSG Property is strategically located in Tanjung Bungah, Penang.
Future residents of the high-rise, set for completion in 2019, will have serene rolling hills as a backdrop, and unobstructed views of the Andaman Sea from their lofty abodes.
They will also be pampered by full-fledged lifestyle facilities such as a swimming pool, gymnasium, library, outdoor and indoor play areas, lounge and landscaped garden.
The homes are also embraced by lush greenery and have round-the-clock security for residents’ peace of mind.
Granito will be situated right beside the Tunku Abdul Rahman University College, with a host of conveniences and services at its surroundings.
In close proximity is the Tenby Schools Penang, financial institutions, healthcare facilities, retail as well as food and beverage outlets.
Penang’s famed Batu Ferringhi beach is also a short drive away, as are the Tanjung Bungah market, Tesco Tanjung Pinang, Straits Quay Retail Marina and Permai Adventure Nature Park.
Visitors to the fair can also find out more about BSG Property’s other offerings like the Mira Residence, a pair of 32-storey high-rise towers with 322 elite residences, also in Permai Village.
Set for completion in 2016, its units come in nine unique layouts sized between 1,352sq ft and 3,642sq ft, and offer amazing views in every direction.
Buyers seeking a more central location in Penang can consider Middleton, which comprises two 26-story residential towers in the affluent neighbourhood of Minden Heights.
Featuring contemporary architectural design, it houses units sized at 1,409sq ft, with several versatile layout choices available. There are only five units per floor, ensuring a low-density environment.
Slated for completion in 2019, it will have extensive resort-style facilities along with panoramic views of nearby hills and the island’s cityscape.
It also has swift access to the Penang Bridge, Bayan Lepas FIZ and George Town.
There are also limited units of Oakridge – which was ranked No. 1 in Malaysia under the Construction Quality Assessment System for superior workmanship – still available.
The three-storey semi-detached homes in Pantai Jerejak, Sungai Nibong, feature exquisite finishes throughout their spacious and practical interiors, high ceilings in the living and dining areas, and abundant space for outdoor landscaping.
Units have a gross floor area of 3,380sq ft with 4+1 bedrooms and six bathrooms, and have generous windows that facilitate ample natural lighting and ventilation. They are already completed with Certificate of Completion and Compliance obtained.
All the developments are freehold. For more information, visit the company’s two sales galleries, The Galleria and Permai Galleria.
Otherwise, head to BSG Property’s booth (M1 & M3) during the fair at G Hotel and Gurney Plaza, Penang, from July 9 to 12 between 10am and 10pm daily.
The Star Property Fair, now into its 13th year, is the grandest property showcase in the northern region. This year, there will be more than 40 exhibitors participating.
There will also be talks and forums conducted by specialists in their respective fields to provide visitors with useful information on various property-related topics.
Admission is free and visitors stand a chance to win more than RM100,000 worth of prizes including five tablets and handphones daily. - By The Star