KUCHING: Naim Land Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Naim Holdings Bhd (Naim), a multi-award winning developer and contractor, and one of Malaysia’s leading industry players in these sectors, has disclosed that it will be launching its much-awaited upmarket development called the ‘SouthLake Permyjaya’ (SouthLake).
Naim will be launching SouthLake in Miri on July 12, 2014, with a property showcase to be held on July 12 and 13, 2014 at the Ground Floor Concourse (Atrium), Permaisuri Imperial City Mall, Miri, from 10am to 9pm on both days.
Naim’s senior general manager for Property Development, Zamry Ibrahim said that SouthLake is a development zone located within Naim Miri’s flagship development, the highly successful Bandar Baru Permyjaya mixed township.
Zamry highlighted that spanning over 450 acres, SouthLake is a chic upmarket precinct-based enclave based on an appreciation for the environment, security and healthy community living.
Comprising of residential and commercial components, he added that its main feature is a 30-acre lake which provides the community with boundless lakeside activities and other recreational facilities.
One of the highlights of SouthLake is the Clubhouse, a nexus that promotes a close-knit community and is located at the lake front.
“For a start, we will be launching SouthLake’s first two components, the Terraces in its Willow Moss Precinct and Twin Villas, which are semi-detached homes in its River View Precinct.
“We invite all to come and find out more about this prestigious development and take advantage of attractive early bird launch promos available,” Zamry said.
Zamry added that SouthLake is also a part of Naim’s exclusive property brand, the Naim Signature Collection.
“As a Signature Collection customer, one will get to enjoy products with branded finishes, multi-tiered security, benefits of integrated development and value added services.
“As SouthLake zone is classified under the Collection, our customers can be assured of this – components within SouthLake have been planned and designed with you in mind,” Zamry said.
Members of the public are invited to call 082-422001 (Kuching), 085–491000 (Miri) and 086–339666 for more information.
Source: Borneo Post Online (11 July 2014)