Low Yat Group records 90% take-up rate for Amaya

PETALING JAYA: Low Yat Group has achieved a 90% take-up rate for its latest residential development, Amaya since the launch in November 2022.

The developer said Amaya, located in Acacia Park, Bandar Tasik Puteri (BTP) township sets a new standard as the inaugural development featuring a private residence clubhouse, complemented by a secure, 24-hour gated and guarded community.

Rawang Lakes' general manager of area property (development & management) Andrew Goh attributed Amaya's success to its unique residential features, making it the first gated and guarded residential building in BTP, offering a sanctuary and multiple exclusive clubhouse facilities for Amaya residents to enjoy.

The residential community is located near the popular 27-hole Tasik Puteri Golf & Country Club, which is renowned as the best public golf course in Malaysia. Its proximity to commercial developments like Avenue 3 Commercial Hub and nearby public amenities such as schools, banks, medical centres, and eateries, including the latest Paradise Fair lifestyle mall, currently in development.

Goh encouraged potential homeowners to act fast and secure one of the remaining 10% of units before they are sold out.

Amaya offers 387 units of 2-storey terraced homes designed for young professionals and modern families, with built-ups starting at 1,619 sq ft and lot sizes of 18’ x 70’ & 20’ x 70’ for intermediate units and 20’ x 70’ & 22’ x 70’ for corner units.

Low Yat Group said the starting price of RM600,000 is exceptionally affordable compared with other developments in Rawang.

As of April 2023, Low Yat Group has achieved approximately RM112.5mil in sales for Amaya Phase 5A and is on track to achieve its gross development value (GDV) of RM129mil.

With only limited units left, Low Yat Group is set to launch its next phase soon, and the company is confident that it will reflect the same success.

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