Sunway Iskandar's Citrine office suites sold out


  • Property
  • Thursday, 24 Jul 2014

PETALING JAYA: Sunway Iskandar has sold all its 167 Citrine office suites at the Lakeview precinct in Iskandar Malaysia.

“We are very encouraged with the strong response to our first launch as our buyers liked our approach in providing a holistic range of products to create a community within The Lakeview precinct to live, learn, work, shop and play,” Sunway Bhd joint managing director of property development division for Malaysia and Singapore, Sarena Cheah, said in a statement.

Cheah added that the company would next launch serviced apartments, followed by landed homes, all around the Emerald Lake within The Lakeview precinct.

“With the overwhelming response for the designer office suites, we decided to immediately open registration for the priority preview of Citrine’s serviced apartments,” she said.

The office suites range between 746 sq ft and 1,671 sq ft with an average selling price of RM760 per sq ft.

Citrine at The Lakeview precinct comprises 167 office suites and 51 retail units spanning over 140,000 sq ft next to the 20-acre tranquil Emerald Lake garden.

There will be 328 serviced apartments from 618 sq ft to 1,571 sq ft, with a price range of between RM800 and RM900 per sq ft.

“This is a remarkable achievement and encouraging news to all stakeholders of Iskandar Malaysia.

“Since Khazanah Nasional Bhd and Sunway teamed up as a joint venture back in 2011, we have been collaborating to drive Medini Iskandar’s progress as a catalyst development for Iskandar Malaysia,” said Khazanah executive director of investments, Hisham Hamdan.

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