Unveiling a jewel in the urban park

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  • Saturday, 30 Jul 2016

Amona Development Sdn Bhd executive director Abdul Manaf (fifth from left) and IJM Corporation Bhd chief executive officer Datuk Soam Heng Choon (third from right) flying a drone while (from second left) Pantai Sentral Park sales and marketing manager Grace Foo, Amona Development director Mohd Adib Othman, Hoo, Amona Development group chief operations officer Che Hasnadi and Chong look on at the IJM Land Bhd ICE Gallery opening ceremony.

PROPERTY developer IJM Land Bhd and its joint venture partner, Amona Development Sdn Bhd, celebrated the launch of IJM Land Centre of Excellence (ICE) Gallery at Pantai Sentral Park, Kuala Lumpur.

Also known as A Jewel In The Park, the 2,694sqm column-free property gallery accentuates two transparent interlocking geometric glass cubes with organic structures in its interior.

Constructed entirely with glass segments and steel, the property gallery uses natural daylight and takes in views of the surrounding forest.

Focused on flexibility and adaptation, the architecture serves to ensure the maximum use of space as well as to harmonise the building with the surrounding environment.

At the opening ceremony, IJM Land Bhd managing director Edward Chong Sin Kiat said it was important to create a unique structure that would convey the individuality of Pantai Sentral Park.

“ICE Gallery is a significant and important brand-defining addition as we seek to strengthen our brand presence and connect with more customers from the local community,” Chong said.

He added that the name of the show gallery characterised their aspiration to deliver a unique premium experience to their customers.

Designed by leading architecture firm Surbana Consultants Sdn Bhd in collaboration with renowned interior design firm Design Worldwide Partnership, ICE Gallery also highlights architectural models, showrooms and various interactive and experiential exhibits.

At the event, guests were entertained by live jazz music as well as a dance performance by So You Think You Can Dance Malaysia Season 2 winner Cecilia Yong.

IJM Land Bhd central region sales and marketing senior general manager Hoo Kim See said their current focus was on the construction of Inwood and Secoya, Pantai Sentral Park’s first two residential phases.

“The next big step for Pantai Sentral Park will be the development of Parcel 13, which consists of a 30-storey IJM office tower and a 36-storey serviced apartment and this is expected to be completed in 2019,” Hoo said.

Pantai Sentral Park also features the Waterfront Lifestyle and Lake Arena as well as other parks for the public to enjoy.

“With a GDV (gross development value) of RM2.5bil, Pantai Sentral Park also highlights amenities such as the Green Connectors and Boulevards stretch, which serves as a meeting hub for families and friends to hang out while facing the beautiful scenery of the forest,” Hoo said.

Strategically located in Bukit Kerinchi, Pantai Sentral Park sits on a 23.5ha land consisting of seven residential phases and six commercial phases, and is surrounded by an 81ha forest.

The integrated development is expected to be completed within eight to 10 years.

ICE Gallery is open daily from 9am to 6pm on weekdays, 9am to 5pm on Saturdays, and 10am to 5pm on Sundays.

For details, call 1800 88 0456 or visit www.pantaisentralpark.com

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