KUCHING: Naim Land Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Naim Holdings Bhd, one of Malaysia’s leading developers and contractors, has recorded an impressive 70 per cent take-up for its condominium development, ‘The Peak’, the first high rise residential development within its iconic Bintulu Paragon integrated development.
Towering the sky at 34 storeis high, The Peak is also the tallest condo tower in Sarawak.
Naim’s chief operating officer for Property Investment and REIT, Yong Kei Seng thanked customers for their overwhelming support towards The Peak.
“We launched Block A of The Peak in early June 2014 and in the short period of about two months, we have managed to achieve 70 per cent take-up. It has been a good run.
“This demonstrates the resilience of Bintulu’s property market, primarily due to the economic development brought about by the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE) and the LNG Train 9 projects, presenting property investors with unique investment propositions.
“This also highlights a change in preference in favour of affluent high rise living such as that offered by The Peak,” Yong said.
Built with a contemporary tropical concept, The Peak is the paragon of resort and chic urban living. With a range of suites, studio units and duplexes, buyers will definitely be spoilt for choices.
In addition to modern living spaces, The Peak offers an array of lifestyle facilities, from wellness-related facilities such as gym, adult and children pools to BBQ areas and function rooms.
The Peak is also part of the Bintulu Paragon integrated development, distinctly the largest integrated development to impact Bintulu and a self-contained hub replete with residential, commercial, retail and hospitality components.
Those interested can call 086-339666 (Bintulu), 082-422001 (Kuching) or 085-491000, or visit Naim’s Bintulu Sales Gallery (No. 1, Old Airport Road), Kuching Sales Gallery (Rock Commercial Centre, Jalan Green) and Miri Sales Gallery (1st Floor, Permy Mall) for more information.
SOURCE: Borneo Post Online (7 August 2014)