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Canary’s homes of choice

Published: Fri, 17 Aug 2012

KLANG: Canary Garden@ Bandar Bestari is giving buyers convenience and exclusive living at the integrated development just 10km from the Royal Town.

Fong with a model of Canary Garden Phase 1.

Canary Garden’s cluster-link homes and two- and three-storey semi-D’s offer owners quality living with all necessary amenities well within their reach.

“As this is an integrated township, residents don’t have to step

outside of their housing area,” said KSL Holdings Bhd sales and marketing head Chris Fong.

Service apartments will also cater to those who prefer ready services along with convenience of amenities such as Internet-

ready infrastructure.

The  township will include a 36.4-hectare commercial city separated from the residential area by a river which cuts across the development.

Its first phase is scheduled for completion between the end of next year and early 2014.

Importing their expertise and technical knowhow from running the renowned KSL mall in Johor, Fong said the second KSL mall will be built to serve residents here.

KSL Mall Two will out-rival its nearest competitors by its sheer size of 1.5 million sq ft of retail space.

Residents will not only enjoy having a shopping outlet nearby but will also benefit from property appreciation once the mall is completed.

Upcoming service apartments in Canary Garden will also feature a host of services like food outlets, launderettes, a hotel chain and medical centres.

“These days, people buy service apartments not just to rent out but for them to stay in. They prefer more facilities like Internet-ready capabilities,” Fong said.

He added that with such connectivity, residents may not have to rent an office elsewhere and just use their home as their workspace.

Aside from convenience, comfort is at the forefront of buyers’ minds and the homes here reflect just that with homes built right up to their back boundaries.

“This is done to maximise the built-up space. The backyard is obsolete as rubbish collection is now done from the front of the house,” he said.

He added that homes here also promote spaciousness and comfort by providing 10 ft of open space at one side -  effectively making each home a corner

lot.

“We have had overwhelming response to our sales launches so far and are greatly encouraged by the sheer response from our customers,” said Fong.

The preview for Canary Garden’s first phase of residential units was held in May while its official launch was in July.

Within a month, all units of Phase 1 priced at RM788,800 were sold out and units from the second phase have been opened for sale at RM888,000.

Most of the buyers so far have been Klang residents who have been living in the area for over 20 years and know what they want - space and amenities.

“The first phase will be completed late 2013. The second phase will have more cluster-link, double- and triple-storey semi-D homes,” Fong said.

The first batch of shops and semi-D factories in the development are also coming up with shop prices averaging at RM1.5 million and factories at RM2.5 million.

“So far, demand has been very good. People say they are slowing down, but we are good.”

 

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