Mixed development project from Crest Builder

Yong said the project is the company’s maiden foray into Klang.

PETALING JAYA: The Crest Builder Group aims to launch its latest mixed development property project in the second quarter of this year.

The project has a gross development value of about RM600mil and is called The Interpoint in Klang, it said.

The group said the project would offer 998 residential units within three towers, including a seven-storey podium with a retail component.

Crest Builder Holdings Bhd group managing director Eric Yong said the project is the company’s maiden foray into Klang.

“The Interpoint is situated in the mature neighbourhood of Bandar Bukit Tinggi 2, within walking distance to Aeon Bukit Tinggi and Lotus’s Klang, as well as the soon-to-be completed light rail transit three S24 Bukit Tinggi station.

“It has good access to the Kesas Highway and is close to the Bukit Tinggi medical centre,” Yong said in a statement.

The units range from 593 sq ft to 1,756 sq ft, from one to four bedroom layouts, the statement added.

Selling prices range from RM455 per sq ft to about RM700 per sq ft.

“Integrating the retail component within the development will provide convenience at your doorstep.

“We have also incorporated a lot of flexible spaces within all the units, which can be converted into study or working rooms – depending on personal preferences,” Yong said.

Crest Builder said its retail component would have about 70,000 sq ft of net lettable area over two levels, while the two levels of suite units would have about 20,000 sq ft of net lettable area.

“We will sell most of the retail components with tenancies.

“This will allow us to control the tenant mix for this component.

“We are planning to put in some daily convenience including grocers and a lot of food and beverage outlets to complement the neighbourhood,” he added.

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