RM280mill SERVICED APARTMENT PROJECT IN SETIA ALAM OFFERS LIFESTYLE ENRICHMENT AND WHOLESOME SURROUNDINGS AT AFFORDABLE PRICING
Among the developers making its mark despite the slow market environment is new-kid-on-the-block Golden Land Bhd, which has adopted a bullish attitude on the back of a demand-centric development ideology.
Take its latest project Anggun @ Setia Alam, for example, where the company is evidently keen to unveil its proposition to a market that is hungry for upgrading options at an affordable cost, within a a matured and established green township that is witnessing population expansion.
In the lead up to the soon-to-be previewed RM280 million Anggun serviced apartment project in Selangor, Golden Land opened the doors to its sales gallery last week, offering visitors an insight into the attractive lifestyle proposition that will be on offer there. Held in conjunction with Chinese New Year festivities, the event attracted a sizeable crowd of would-be buyers and home option seekers.
The gallery, located adjacent to Anggun’s 3.59-acre project site along Persiaran Setia Perdana within the award-winning Setia Alam township, also offers prospective buyers a closer look at the vibrant surrounding commercial amenities as well as a “good feel” of the maturity of the surrounding neighbourhood.
Developed by Golden Land subsidiary Spectrum 88 Sdn Bhd, Anggun is a freehold high-rise serviced apartment project that features 500 residential units housed in two towers as well as a commercial component of 16 single-storey lifestyle shops to enhance convenience for residents.
The project’s location in a commercial hotspot within the integrated township leverages on strategic connectivity, a growing population and the existing popularity of the green community.
According to Golden Land executive director Jessica Yap, Anggun addresses demand from an influx homeseekers looking for ideal surroundings as well as growing families from within the area who are now seeking home solutions for the next generation.
“The Setia Alam is an appealing green neighbourhood that continues to attract new homeseekers. Also, a generation that grew up here is now leaving the nest and looking for quality living options close to home. Address their needs, we are going beyond the provision of quality, comfort and conveniences at their doorstep to make them feel at home by embracing the same lush and wholesome character that defines this community,” Yap explained.
She said Anggun sets a new benchmark for the area by featuring a meticulously landscaped setting in a high-rise environment, featuring a 1-acre facilities deck that hosts 30 exclusive facilities for residents within thematic green environment that appeals to the five senses.
The project reaches out to a spectrum of homeseekers with units that range between 560sq ft and 1,227sq ft. Layout options that include 1+1 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and 3 bedrooms with 1 en suite + 2 bathrooms. Also addressing the needs of modern dwellers, each unit comes with the provision of between one and four parking bays (depending on unit size).
Indicatively priced from RM500,000 for mid-sized units, Yap said smaller units represent an affordable entry point into a prime community, while larger units appeal to growing families and dual-key units provide multi-generational living solutions at attractive pricing.
“At Anggun, we aim to make a desirable lifestyle attainable to a larger segment of home buyers by pricing it right, which is in line with our ‘Great Care in All We Do’ company ethos,” she said.
Keen to host visitors at the new sales gallery, Yap said the facility allows Golden Land to share its vision for Anggun more intimately with lifestyle aspirants.
Yap encourages those seeking enriched living standards within a prime community to drop by the Anggun Sales Gallery at No. 76, Jalan Setia Perdana to register their interest and enjoy a selection of “early bird” incentives.
Currently, construction on the Anggun project is already well underway and it is expected to be fully completed by 2021.