SkyWorld receives new recognition by The Malaysia Book of Records


(From left) Lee together with Jwan strike a pose with the gigantic signage of Malaysia's Highest SkyBridge

KUALA LUMPUR: SkyWorld Development Group achieved two significant milestones with SkyAwani 3 Residences.

Firstly, the timely completion of its SkyAwani 3 Residences - an affordable housing project in Setapak, and more significantly, the SkyBridge located on the 52nd floor has been bestowed with the title of Highest Residential SkyBridge in Malaysia by The Malaysia Book of Records.

“We are not only providing a comfortable home but also elevating the living lifestyle of those residing here.

“With strong commitment in quality workmanship and comprehensive facilities, our homebuyers will be experiencing an enjoyable sky living experience at SkyAwani 3,” said SkyWorld chief executive officer Lee Chee Seng during the media night at SkyAwani 3 Residences.

The SkyAwani 3 SkyBridge stands at 170.55m and is located on level 52 of the residences’ facilities floor.

This 550m skybridge connects all the three-towers, where residents can enjoy exclusively unobstructed views of the Kuala Lumpur city skyline.

Lee showing guests the facilities floor at Level 8.Lee showing guests the facilities floor at Level 8.

Besides the beautiful cityscape, there are other facilities such as jogging track, chess games, outdoor fitness and ample spaces to encourage healthy social interaction.

“We are so proud to see another new record is set and milestone marked by city developer SkyWorld for achieving Malaysia’s Highest Residential SkyBridge.

“I am truly amazed that an affordable home can be so impressive with such comprehensive facilities, outstanding façade and quality workmanship.

“Well done, SkyWorld team and congratulations to its future residents who will be enjoying the million-dollar panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur high up from Level 52,” said Jwan Heah, The Malaysia Book of Records chief marketing officer. SkyAwani 3 Residences is a Residensi Wilayah Keluarga Malaysia project that is compliant to Qlassic (Quality Assessment System in Construction) workmanship. The development comprises of 1,905 units and offers a 24-hour, three-tiered security surrounding. It boasts 22 active and recreational facilities that suit all generations such as swimming pool with bubble jet jacuzzi, games room, full basketball court, and a gymnasium.

These three-bedroom and two-bathroom units with built-up size of 800 sqft, are priced at RM300,000 and were quickly snapped up as soon as it was launched.

Spectacular fireworks display to mark the official launch of the Skybridge.Spectacular fireworks display to mark the official launch of the Skybridge.

Business associates were invited to tour the newly completed project and to celebrate the achievements. The celebration was held at Malaysia’s Highest Residential SkyBridge’, with a splendid display of fireworks and laser show to mark the occasion.

SkyWorld is in full support of the government’s initiative to provide one million units of affordable homes by 2029.

To date, SkyWorld has launched 6,236 units of affordable homes and is one of the biggest contributors of Residensi Wilayah Keluarga Malaysia.

Lee said Awani Series is cemented as one of the most sought-after affordable homes given its extraordinary value of good price, practical layout, quality workmanship and full-fledged condominium facilities.

With all its Awani Series fully taken, the SkyWorld team is currently planning for its sixth instalment.

Additionally, SkyWorld plans to launch four projects in Kuala Lumpur this year at various strategic locations in Setapak, Cheras, Taman Melawati and Setiawangsa.

For latest updates visit http://www.skyworld.my/.

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