by HARIZAH KAMEL / pic credit: skyworld.my
SKYWORLD Development Group will unveil SkyAwani 5 in Sentul on Sept 27 via its newly launched online unit selection platform Click2Own.
The city developer’s fifth instalment within the affordable SkyAwani series is targeted to first-time home buyers and is poised as SkyWorld’s corporate social responsibility initiative.
“SkyAwani 5 offers prospective buyers the elements that we usually provide within our SkyAwani series; value-added affordable homes that are easy to access, supported by a network of public transportation options, developed within mature neighbourhoods that are located close to the city centre.
“These quality homes which will be accredited by QLASSIC score also come with an extensive range of condo facilities for residents to enjoy,” SkyWorld COO Lee Chee Seng said in a statement on Tuesday.
It offers 615 homes that encase 3+1 bedrooms and two bathrooms within an 800 sq ft unit. The said upcoming property will stand tall once completed at 38 storeys, across a 2.06-acre (0.83ha) land expanse.
According to SkyWorld, the highlight of the development is a scenic tree house within the ground floor and sky lounges on level 26 and level 36.
It also boasts various facilities such as a half basketball court, infinity pool, lounge garden, sun deck, outdoor event lawn, gym and an outdoor fitness zone, all encased within a safe and secure enclave.
SkyAwani 5 is easily accessible via major access routes including the Duta-Ulu Kelang Expressway (Duke) Highway, Duke 2 Highway and the Kuala Lumpur Middle Ring Road 2.
In addition to that, the property also enjoys direct access to Jalan Tun Razak, Jalan Sentul Pasar and Jalan Sentul.
The development is slated to launch on SkyWorld’s Click2Own, Malaysia’s first online unit selection platform, displaying SkyWorld’s effort in setting the tone for new norm practices for the local property industry.
The seamless selection tool has been crafted with simplicity in thought, enabling a hassle-free property selection experience to omit the need to gather in large groups effectively implementing social distancing.