PETALING JAYA: LBS Bina Group Berhad (LBS), a developer guided by people-first values, proudly unveils BSP Sutera – a residential development poised to redefine modern living in Bandar Saujana Putra.

Nestled on a seven-acre plot of prime land, BSP Sutera defines the essence of community living with its housing options, facilities and strategic location.

It boasts two distinctive types of houses: apartments and townhouses, with a low-density total of 421 units, each designed to cater to various lifestyle preferences.

The development is projected to generate a gross development value (GDV) of RM207mil, making it a significant key addition to the vibrant property landscape of the nation.

“LBS is committed to creating homes that not only meet the needs of our residents, but exceed their expectations,” said LBS group executive chairman Tan Sri Ir Dr Lim Hock San.

“Our goal with BSP Sutera is to curate sustainable and integrated communities that foster connectivity, community, all while being affordable.”

With 337 apartment units spanning across 20 floors and 84 townhouse units, BSP Sutera offers a wide range of living spaces to suit families of all sizes.

Starting at an affordable price from RM442,680 (after a 7% Bumiputera discount), these residences range from 850sq ft for starter homes to spacious gross built-up 1,471sq ft townhouses, ensuring there’s something for everyone.

Beyond its thoughtfully- designed residences, BSP Sutera presents a plethora of facilities, including outdoor fitness facilities, jogging track or walkway, community garden, futsal court and much more.

From recreational areas to fitness stations and integrated playgrounds, residents can indulge in an active, fulfilling lifestyle right at their doorstep.

“A great home is not just about the living space, it’s about the surrounding amenities and conveniences that enrich one’s quality of life.Lim said: ‘Our goal with BSP Sutera is to curate sustainable and integrated communities that foster connectivity, community, all while being affordable.’Lim said: ‘Our goal with BSP Sutera is to curate sustainable and integrated communities that foster connectivity, community, all while being affordable.’

“BSP Sutera is strategically located amid a plethora of amenities, including educational institutions, shopping centres, hospitals and transportation hubs, ensuring residents have everything they need within easy reach,” Lim concluded.

About the company

LBS is internationally recognised for its vision in building and inspiring delightful spaces, and is a renowned township developer that has amassed numerous awards through their various developments.

By placing people at the heart of their approach, LBS has been building and shaping the nation’s landscape for over 30 years while continuing to meet the market demands for quality and affordable homes.

The continued success of LBS is attributed to Lim’s leadership, which earned him the title of “Property Man of the Year” by Malaysia Property Award (formerly known as FIABCI Malaysia Property Awards of Distinction or FIABCI Malaysia Awards of Distinction) in 2018 – a gold standard for developers in the real estate industry.

He further received the “Oscar Award” in the property fraternity for his perseverance and resilience over time within the industry, excellent demonstration of strong leadership, deep industry knowledge, and values of integrity and responsibility.

To date, LBS has vast land banks spread across Malaysia and will continue to grow in stature and strength, by replicating successful townships such as Bandar Saujana Putra to other parts of Selangor, including KITA @ Cybersouth in Dengkil, LBS Alam Perdana in Bandar Puncak Alam, and so on.

Beyond property development, LBS is also venturing into retail management, hospitality and tourism.

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