PETALING JAYA (Sept 6): Chin Hin Property Development has partnered with early childhood education service provider Melody Kindyland to bring in the latter’s kindergarden and daycare centre to its 8th & Stellar development in Sri Petaling, Kuala lumpur and possibly to another project in Seri Kembangan, Selangor.

Represented by Chin Hin group managing director Chiau Haw Choon and Melody Kindyland CEO Samuel Swea, both parties inked a joint venture agreement today at 8th & Stellar Sales Gallery witnessed by Chin Hin group deputy group executive chairman Datuk Seri Chiau Beng Teik, Chin Hin Property Development managing director Datuk Yeo Chun Sing and Melody Kindyland founder Adrian Swea.

The partnership will see a Melody Kindyland kindergarden and daycare centre set up in three double-storey retail units at 8th & Stellar, which is expected to take up 6,000 sq ft of space and accommodate 160 children, Haw Choon said.

“What do not want to create just a house for our homeowners but also a holistic lifestyle. Hence the services we are bringing into our projects,” he continued.

He added that the kindergarden and daycare centre can be expanded to 8,000 to 10,000 sq ft in future if needed.

Targeted to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2022, 8th & Stellar is a twin-tower mixed development comprising corporate offices, retail shops and some 600 units of duplex lofts and serviced apartments. Chin Hin’s office will be relocated to 8th & Stellar as well.

Haw Choon also revealed that the developer is in talks with Melody Kindyland to set up another centre in its upcoming serviced apartment project in Seri Kembangan.

“This project has an estimated GDV (gross development value) of RM350 million with two blocks of serviced apartments. While the details of the project is subject to change, we plan to launch it in the first or second quarter of next year,” he said.

Meanwhile, Samuel said besides the residents of 8th and Stellar, some 600 to 700 of Chin Hin’s staff could  also enjoy the early childcare education service by Melody Kindyland.

“This gives its occupants value-added service that which is convenient and safe,” he said.

Since its establishment in 1991 in Penang, Melody Kindyland has grown to 34 schools in the Pearl Of The Orient and one in Kuala Lumpur serving close to 2,500 children in total annually.

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