Shah Alam’s ultrapolis set to enjoy greater accessibility

Art and soul: Ong showing the Mondrian-inspired i-Gallery.

PETALING JAYA: With the highly­-anticipated flyover linking the Federal Highway to Section 7 Shah Alam scheduled to open next Thursday, i-City is poised to benefit from the greater accessibility.

I-Bhd marketing director Monica Ong said residents and tourists would be able to enjoy better connectivity and convenience with the flyover.

Homebuyers looking for their dream home should grab the opportunity and head to i-City this weekend for the Fair 2016 i-City Edition.

The special event, held at i-City from tomorrow to Sunday (11am to 9pm), is expected to attract at least 30,000 visitors.

Be it first-time house buyers, newly-weds or fresh graduates who just entered the job market, there will be affordable houses of built-up areas from 466sq ft to 769sq ft, priced from RM360,000. These include Liberty Tower, Parisien Tower and Hyde Tower.

With the increasing population in i-City after the handover of 3,000 property units over the next two years and the opening of Central i-City Mall by August 2018 and Double Tree by Hilton in 2019, i-City is poised to solidify its status as a well-developed integrated city.

“I-City is both an integrated landmark and a self-sustaining ultrapolis that is set to be a flourishing focal point for lifestyle, leisure and business within the western corridor of Greater Kuala Lumpur,” said Ong.

The iconic landmark of the 29ha freehold city presents the flexibility to cater for outdoor and indoor events, with the added benefits of theme park, hotel and famous attractions such as Fun Drive, SnoWalk and others.

For investors, retailers and pro­perty buyers who like to gain more insights into the intricacies of owning a property or opening up a business in i-City, talks will be given by Henry Butcher Malaysia mana­ging director Tan Hai Hsin, Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences president Prof Joe Choo and financial experts Alan Poon and Gary Chua.

I-City’s sales gallery is being refurbished with a Mondrian-inspired glass house design to integrate real estate with art to reflect the lifestyle projects in i-City.

On Saturday and Sunday, the exciting activities will include an All-Day Happy Flea Market, food trucks and live band performances.

The fair will showcase seven projects by I-Bhd, including i-SoHo, i-Suites, High Street retail and 8Kia Peng, King of the Hill.

The first few visitors will get free passes to WaterWorld and City of Digital Lights. There will also be free return air tickets to London, New York and Paris for lucky pro­perty purchasers.

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