SkyWorld records over RM1bil sales in FY21


SkyWorld deputy CEO Lee Chee Seng

KUALA LUMPUR: SkyWorld Development Group recorded over RM1bil in sales in the financial year ended March 31, 2021 (FY21).

The developer, in a statement said sales mainly constituted of its current and newly launched developments, namely SkyMeridien Residence@Sentul East, The Valley Residences@SkySierra in Setiawangsa, SkyVogue Residences@Taman Desa, SkyAwani IV Residence in Setapak and SkyAwani V Residence@Sentul.

“Achieving the sales target of RM1bil in our recent financial year came to us as no surprise as our spirits have not faltered despite the ongoing pandemic. In fact, we are now more united than ever before and the team has proved resilient thus, accomplished multiple breakthroughs,” deputy chief executive officer Lee Chee Seng said.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, SkyWorld rapidly boosted its digital presence and had invested heavily into its digital infrastructure.

The developer said it launched the country’s first online unit selection platform dubbed ‘Click-to-Own’, launched during the unveiling of SkyAwani 5 Residence resulted in 95% successful booking on launch day.

Moving forward, the group is to get ready RM2bil worth of property developments in Bukit Jalil, Cheras, Taman Melawati and Setapak.

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