Residensi Bintang, the most desired address in Bukit Jalil

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  • Tuesday, 20 Nov 2018

An artist’s impression of the grand entrance of Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil.

[caption id="attachment_437002" align="alignright" width="300"]Bukit Jalil An artist’s impression of LBS Bina Group Berhad’s Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil.[/caption]

LBS Bina Group Berhad’s Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil, a two tower condominium, is strategically located in the heart of a vibrant neighbourhood of upcoming and renowned existing education, sports, entertainment and leisure amenities, positioning it as the desired address at Bukit Jalil.

Bukit Jalil is a strategic location for families and young home buyers to reside in. The upcoming Tzu Chi International School and established leisure amenities in the area complement the offerings of Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil well.

Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil sits on a 5.47 acre (2.2 hectare) piece of land, with a 47 storey north tower and 50 storey south tower comprising a total of 1342 units. Attractively priced from RM553,000, home buyers will find that Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil is strategically and purposefully designed to meet their work and leisure needs.

The development offers home buyers three unique layouts ranging from 805 sq ft (74.8 sq m) to 1,209 sq ft (112.3 sq m) at the North Tower.

Type A1 units come with a cosy two-bedroom, two bathroom layout. Type B and C are designed with a luxurious three-bedroom, two-bathroom layout. The larger Type C unit offering is also equipped with a yard and utility room.

The grand entrance of Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil is the first eye-catching feature that greets residents as they enter the project, embodying the exclusivity of the condominium.

Attentive to the needs of today’s home buyers, LBS has incorporated the convenience of amenities under one roof by designing Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil with a selection of over 90 facilities. These include a garden pool, aqua gym, games room, a quiet reading nook, indoor and alfresco gyms, and children’s playground.

Another unique selling point of the development is its 15-metre elevation from the main road, which makes Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil the highest condominium in Bukit Jalil, giving residents a breathtaking view of the city skyline and the Titiwangsa range, the majestic backbone of the peninsula.

[caption id="attachment_437001" align="alignnone" width="1170"]Bukit Jalil An artist’s impression of the outdoor area.[/caption]

The condominium caters to the needs of young families, particularly with the scheduled completion of Tzu Chi International School in 2020.

Tzu Chi is a global humanitarian and non-governmental organisation known for its efforts in the fields of charity, medicine, education, environmental protection, as well as the promotion of humanistic values and community volunteerism.

There are also two institutions of higher learning, International Medical University (IMU) and Asia Pacific University (APU) located 7km from the development.

Residents looking to fulfil their retail can look forward to the Bukit Jalil City Mall. just 2km from Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil, while Paradigm Garden City Mall is only a 6.5km drive away.

Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil is accessible via the Lebuhraya Damansara Puchong (LDP), Lebuhraya Bukit Jalil, Shah Alam Expressway (KESAS), Maju Expressway and the Lebuhraya Kuala Lumpur-Seremban.

LBS was founded in the 1980s by Datuk Seri Lim Bock Seng as an original construction business in Petaling Jaya. It has since become one of the major players in property development in Malaysia.

[caption id="attachment_437003" align="alignnone" width="1170"]Bukit Jalil Home buyers will find Residensi Bintang Bukit Jalil strategically located to meet their work and leisure needs.[/caption]

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