KUALA LUMPUR (June 21): SkyWorld Development Group (SkyWorld) held a handover ceremony for more than 500 SkyAwani 3 Residences owners present at an event on Saturday (June 18).
Situated on 4.55 acres of leasehold land in Setapak, SkyAwani 3 Residences comprises 1,905 units housed in three 52-storey towers.
Each three bedroom, two-bathroom unit has a built-up of 800 sq ft and comes with covered parking. Priced at RM300,000, SkyAwani 3 Residences offers a total of 22 full-fledged condominium facilities such as swimming pool, gym, bubble jet Jacuzzi, basketball court, multipurpose hall and more.
The development has also the received a QLASSIC score of 79% from the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Malaysia.
Additionally, the SkyBridge, located on the 52nd level of the development has been officially awarded the “Highest Residential SkyBridge in Malaysia” at 170.55m by the Malaysia Book of Records.
The 550m-long skybridge interconnects all three towers, providing an unobstructed 360-degree view of the city skyline.
SkyWorld CEO Lee Chee Seng received both certificates of recognition from the Malaysia Book of Records chief marketing officer Jwan Heah and CIDB deputy chief executive II Mohd Zaid Zakaria.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob officiated the event. Also present to witness the ceremony were senior executive directors and officers from Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and Ministry of Federal Territories.
“The Residensi Wilayah Keluarga Malaysia aims to help residents of the federal territories in the low-middle income group M40 to own a comfortable house to live in. If we look at the current development trends, one would need to pay RM500,000 or more to enjoy facilities such as swimming pools and gyms. This is indeed an added value given by SkyWorld for this affordable housing series,” said Ismail Sabri in the statement.
“As a city-centric developer, SkyWorld’s purpose is to ‘Make Living Better’ by providing quality homes and the ultimate ‘sky-living experience’ in a sustainable environment,” said SkyWorld founder and executive chairman Datuk Seri Ng Thien Phing in the same statement.
“We are committed to our three key strengths — value creation (strategic location and quality finishing), integrated ‘sky-living experience’ (good amenities and facilities) and innovative designs and concepts, regardless if it is affordable apartments or exclusive condominiums,” he added.
Ng said the Awani Series is one of the most sought-after affordable homes due to their good price and value, practical layouts, quality workmanship and full-fledged condominium facilities.
According to the statement, all of the Awani Series developments are fully sold and SkyWorld is in the planning stage for its sixth instalment.
“SkyWorld is in full support of the government’s initiative to provide 1 million units of affordable homes by 2029. To date, Sky World has launched 6,236 units of affordable homes and is one of the biggest contributors of Residensi Wilayah Keluarga Malaysia.”
Meanwhile, the developer has plans to launch four projects in KL this year in Setapak, Cheras, Taman Melawati and Setiawangsa.