Hundreds of guests thronged Setia EcoHill Welcome Centre recently to attend the preview of SP Setia’s upcoming project Setia Mayuri in Semenyih, Selangor.
Architect Dr Tan Loke Mun from Archicentre and Boon Chee Wee from GRA were present to unveil the resort-inspired development to potential customers and shared insights on the project.
Setia Mayuri, with its up-and-coming commercial project known as Baris Place, aims to be self-contained to ensure residents get to enjoy a convenient lifestyle.
Set on the fringe of Setia Mayuri (fronting Jalan Broga), this contemporary retail avenue will also draw traffic from nearby upcoming townships and Nottingham University, which is just 500m away.
Priced from RM1mil, the 32 units comprise two- and three-storey shop offices of 20ft x 80ft (intermediate unit) and 80ft x 80ft (corner unit).
“Given its strategic location, Baris Place is ideal for a variety of businesses such as food and beverage as well as lifestyle essentials such as mamak restaurant, fast food chain outlets, cafes, budget hotels, clinics, laundry services and mini marts to serve the residents of Setia Mayuri, university students and the nearby Broga community,” said Setia Mayuri general manager Koh Sooi Meng.
“We are pleased to see the response was good for Baris Place where 40% have been reserved by business associates and partners. Considering the overwhelming response, we are optimistic on the take-up when we open the units to the public tomorrow,” he said.
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