Sentul’s garden in the sky

  • Metro News
  • Wednesday, 06 Nov 2019

Showcase of an M Arisa residential property at the Mah Sing sales gallery at Maxim Citylights, Sentul. — Photos: KAMARUL ARIFFIN/The Star

MAH Sing has unveiled its second residential development in Sentul, Kuala Lumpur – M Arisa.

The launch of the sales gallery where the public can view the scale and landscape models of the development, took place over the weekend.

Mah Sing founder and group managing director Tan Sri Leong Hoy Kum said M Arisa showed that the developer remained market driven and was focused on acquiring prime land at strategic locations.

Also present at the event were Mah Sing chief executive officer Datuk Ho Hon Sang, sales and marketing general manager Chris Chen, executive director Datuk Steven Ng and corporate administration vice-president Puan Sri Sulvian Leong.

Ho said 2019 was a milestone year for Mah Sing as it marked 25 years of involvement in Malaysia’s property development sector.

“We understand the needs and wants of home-seekers today, ” he said, referring to the company’s first development in the area, M Centura, which received positive response with over 90% of units taken up.

Ho (centre) examining the scale model of M Arisa at the sales gallery with Leong (right).Ho (centre) examining the scale model of M Arisa at the sales gallery with Leong (right).

Spurred by the success, the group is confident of M Arisa’s appeal, not only in terms of its strategic location and accessibility to public transport, schools and highways but also for its affordability and several unique features.

“M Arisa will include Sentul’s first multi-level sky garden that will provide residents with an urban amenity forest concept encompassing the landscape or vegetation of a city, ” he said.

Designed to appeal to first-time house buyers and young families,

M Arisa encompasses south and north facing towers with five types of units, ranging from one to four-bedroom units, occupying built-up space between 550 sq ft and 1,008 sq ft.

Chen said the freehold development was located 5km from the city centre with direct shuttle bus service to the nearest LRT and MRT stations.

M Arisa’s interesting features include a rainwater harvesting system for gardening and an EV charging station for hybrid and electric cars for occupants.

“With M Arisa’s attractive pricing points and quality offerings, we are confident that this development will be well received in the market, continuing Mah Sing’s positive momentum in Sentul, ” added Chen.

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