Datuk Chang Khim Wah

KUALA LUMPUR (May 7): Eco Sky, the first integrated commercial development by Eco World Development Group Bhd (EcoWorld), is fully completed with the topping out ceremony of its third and final tower Clarita in March 2018.

Units of all three towers have been handed over progressively since December 2017.

Purchasers were treated to good food and performances at the Eco Sky Grand Premier event held at Eco Sky’s facilities deck on Level 7.

In his welcome speech, EcoWorld president and chief executive officer Datuk Chang Khim Wah thanked all present for their continuous support and trust in the group’s products and brand.

“Eco Sky is our very inaugural integrated commercial development and we are very delighted to see it completed and built as how we had envisioned it.

“Today’s (Saturday) event is not only a way for us to thank our purchasers but also acts as a platform for them to get to know their neighbours and enhance community building which will create a sustainable community,” said Chang.

The 9.6-acre (3.88ha) freehold Eco Sky is EcoWorld’s maiden project in the Klang Valley and was launched in December 2013.

With a gross development value of RM974 million, Eco Sky consists of three residential towers, 144 retail and office lots as well as a commercial pod.

Approximately 20% of Eco Sky’s land area is reserved for green spaces.

As a Green Building Index, LEEDS and BCA Green Mark certified project, Eco Sky is thoughtfully planned to contain a 33,000 sq ft community park, a 55,000 sq ft one-of-a-kind landscaped space at the heart of its commercial centre and a private clubhouse spanning over 100,000 sq ft.

The clubhouse includes an approximately 5,500 sq ft two-storey gym, three pools — a lap pool, wading pool and fun pool — a sky garden and a unique rooftop garden.

This article first appeared in The Edge Financial Daily, on May 7, 2018.

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