SEPANG: Property developer, Sunsuria Bhd, launched the second phase of its Monet Residences development in Sunsuria City, here today.
With a gross development of value (GDV) of RM215 million, the residential development, named Monet Garden, features 360 units of three-storey family townhouses which will be built across 7.6 hectare (18.7 acre) of freehold land, with prices starting at RM600,100 per unit.
Sunsuria Bhd executive director and chief executive office Koong Wai Seng said Monet Garden offers the comfort of landed property while also allow the residents to enjoy the exclusive clubhouse facilities including swimming pool, wading pool, gymnasium, barbeque pit, basketball court and children's playground children and jogging track.
As the name suggest, Koong said the development project will also feature a serene garden landscape that will include a water fountain and pergola walkway.
"We feel that we need to add a softer touch to the development project using arts, hence the garden theme which was inspired by the paintings of famous French painter, Claude Monet.
"We want the people to experience comfort and a better living environment at a price that is affordable.
"There are other townhouse development projects available in Petaling Jaya and Damansara for instance, but these projects does not include the facilities such as those we offer here," he said adding that the project may be completed within three years.
Koong was met at the launch of the Monet Garden at Sunsuria City here today.
The one-day event, which also include property talks by a number of experts, was supported by MyRumah of the New Straits Times Press (NSTP) Group.
Sunsuria City is Sunsuria’s flagship township development which covers 212 hectare of freehold land.
The township will be launched in phases over 10 years with integrated components comprising of Commercial, Residential and Integrated Developments, with a GDV value of RM10 billion.
The Monet Residences, which is part of the Sunsuria City township development, encompasses five parcels of land, which include plans for 519 units of terraced house and 360 units of townhouse to be built across three parcels with an estimated GDV of RM583 million.
Just last month, Sunsuria launched Monet Lily, the first phase of Monet Residences, and recorded an 80 per cent pre-booking rate at the time of the launch.
Spanning 6.4 hectare of freehold land, the Monet Lily residential project has an estimated GDV of RM141.24 million and comprises 211 units of 2-storey terrace homes, with prices starting at RM660,000.
Sunsuria have also launched The Olive, Bell Avenue, Bell Suites and Jasper Square which is also part of the Sunsuria City township.
Meanwhile, Monet Springtime, which is the third phase of the Monet Residences development is expected to be launch in April next year.
Recently, Sunsuria has also received approval from the Ministry of Education (MOE) to have one of the ten Chinese vernacular primary school, to be built in its flagship township.