ECO World Development Group Bhd’s exciting Eco Bloom is set for launch soon, and the StarProperty.my Fair 2016 in Penang is the best time to register your interest.
Those who sign up during the event from Thursday to Sunday will get priority privileges like first choice of units in the mixed residential-commercial project along Jalan Paboi in Simpang Ampat.
There will be 490 condominium units in a 33-storey tower block. Priced from RM388,000 onwards, they represent affordable luxury and are great for first-time home buyers.
The RM283mil development is located on a 4.86-acre plot within the well-received, 59-acre Eco Meadows project which has been mostly sold out.
Eco Bloom will have similarly elegant English neo-royalty architecture, and is touted as the first high-rise on mainland Penang to feature such charming aesthetics.
Construction is expected to commence by next month, and unit choices start with the 802sq ft, Type A with two bedrooms which young families and individuals should find ideal for their needs.
Those seeking bigger living spaces are catered to with the 901sq ft Type B and 1,101sq ft Type C, both with three bedrooms and also have balconies.
All are well-designed with modern and practical layouts that suit lifestyles today. The vast expanses of windows enable the units to look brighter and more airy.
Future inhabitants here will be pampered by the comprehensive array of facilities that include a swimming pool, gymnasium, jogging track, barbecue area, multi-purpose court, function hall, children’s playground and others.
Beneath the residential units, which are split across two wings, is the podium block with 23 units of double-storey shoplots, sized at 22ft x 60ft for the lower ones and 22ft x 68ft for those on the upper level.
The developer will carefully select potential buyers and tenants to create an optimum mix of retail offerings and services so residents would have convenience at their doorstep.
Facing these commercial lots will be the 24,000sq ft Bloom Gardens that is perfect for alfresco dining or leisurely strolls with loved ones.
The development is expected to be completed within three years. Its show units were recently launched and can be viewed at the EcoWorld Gallery @ Eco Meadows.
Alternatively, one can find out more about the project by visiting the company’s booth at M1 and M2 in Gurney Plaza during the four-day fair which is open from 10am to 10pm daily. Admission is free. - The Star