PETALING JAYA (Nov 3): Sime Darby Property today announced a 90% take-up of its latest high-rise product, Maya Ara Residences, which was launched virtually.

Maya Ara Residences was unveiled via Facebook Live last weekend, in which buyers proceeded to register their purchases seamlessly through Sime Darby Property’s Online Booking System developed in-house.

Located in Ara Damansara, Maya Ara Residences has built-ups ranging from 764 sq ft to 1,055 sq ft with a starting price of RM594,800.

The facilities at Maya Ara Residences include co-working space, game room, green screen for video shoots, community barbecue area and gym.

It is also worth noting that the product has been designed with sustainability in mind, where it is a GreenRE-compliant development. The open plan layouts promote ample natural lighting and ventilation, as well as features which promote energy saving and efficient water use.

“A lot of research went into the making of Maya Ara Residences, to suit the current and future living and lifestyle trends. Homebuyers will be able to design their houses with our customisable fully-furnished package which provides four different interior design themes,” said Sime Darby Property group managing director Datuk Azmir Merican in a press statement.

He added that the project had attracted great demand even before the launch and is testament to the company’s credibility in offering in-demand products, at the right location and price points.

“This development injects a breath of fresh air to an already established Ara Damansara township, appealing to the younger generation and attracting first-time homebuyers seeking to make a good investment for the future,” he concluded.

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