Wangsa Maju project records 80% take-up rate

Chong with a scale model of the development.

DEVELOPER Sunway Property has recorded a take-up rate of 80% for the first tower of its integrated and freehold Sunway Avila development during a private event held at its sales gallery, which was attended by 800 priority registrants.

Sunway Avila is Sunway Property’s maiden foray into Wangsa Maju, Kuala Lumpur.

Offering affordable urban living 6.5km from Kuala Lumpur city centre, the RM590mil development will have 810 residential units with 30 retail shops and will be connected to the nearby Sri Rampai LRT station via a covered walkway.

Sunway Bhd property development division central region executive director Chong Sau Min said, “Sunway Avila comes with functional and practical layouts for families and is a great selection for people who work in Kuala Lumpur city and commute via LRT.

An artist’s impression of Sunway Avila. (Left) Chong with a scale model of the development. — Filepic
An artist’s impression of Sunway Avila. 

“It is also good for younger second-generation families who want to stay close to their families living around the area.

“The price for Sunway Avila is affordable for its strategic location and its close proximity to the Sri Rampai LRT station via a covered walkway which places the development six stations away from KLCC.”

Chong added, “We believe that the overwhelming response for Sunway Avila is attributed to having launched the right product, at the right place, at the right price.

“Sunway Avila is designed as family homes that come with more than 25 facilities and amenities for an urban lifestyle, close to nature.

“Facilities such as the poolside cabana, outdoor yoga deck, basketball court, sky terrace and Olympic-length infinity pool offer residents great opportunities to enjoy a healthy lifestyle outdoors and enjoy the green surroundings that the increasingly popular Wangsa Maju is famed for.”

Residents are surrounded by an abundance of amenities in close proximity such as five retail centres, including Wangsa Walk Mall, Aeon Big Wangsa Maju, Setapak Central Mall, Aeon Alpha Angle and Melawati Mall; four education institutions, including SMK Taman Sri Rampai, TAR College, Sri Utama International School and Fairview International School; and healthcare facilities, including Columbia Asia Hospital and Gleneagles Hospital.

As an early-bird promotion, the residential units will be offered from RM439,000.

Sunway Avila’s units will come with practical and comfortable layouts with built-up spaces from 732sq ft to 1,227sq ft with two to four bedrooms. The maintenance fee will be kept affordable at RM0.30 psf.

Sunway Avila is targeted for completion in 2023.

For details, visit Sunway Avila Sales Gallery at Jalan Seri Wangsa 1, Taman Sri Rampai or log on to

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