• Jointly developed with Temokin Holdings Sdn Bhd, Tropicana Miyu comprises 271 units with built-ups from 600 sq ft to 2,183 sq ft. The condominium has a number of amenities and facilities, including a grand double-volume foyer, floating gymnasium, 40m infinity pool, and multipurpose hall.

KUALA LUMPUR (March 8): Tropicana Corp Bhd announced that its ongoing project Tropicana Miyu in Petaling Jaya, Selangor is fully sold. The condominium project was launched in September 2020 and slated for completion in August 2024.

Jointly developed with Temokin Holdings Sdn Bhd, Tropicana Miyu comprises 271 units with built-ups from 600 sq ft to 2,183 sq ft. The condominium has a number of amenities and facilities, including a grand double-volume foyer, floating gymnasium, 40m infinity pool, and multipurpose hall.

Tropicana deputy chief executive officer Joanne Lee said in a press statement: “We built Tropicana Miyu as ‘a place for me and you’ balancing the past and present. This theme runs throughout the development, from its location near modern amenities such as malls and MRT stations along with established, historic areas and neighbourhoods, as well as our focus on intergenerational living.

“The majority of purchasers are domestic buyers, primarily from Petaling Jaya, buying for their own stay purposes or for their children. These demographics speak to the success of our targeted marketing approach for Tropicana Miyu, as we continue redefining the art of living,” she added.

To deliver more convenience and value appreciation for Tropicana Miyu's purchasers, Tropicana recently undertook an enhancement initiative including insulating the development's reinforced concrete roof, installing double pole switches and 20 Amp kitchen hob power supplies for individual units, updating lift controls to be contactless, as well as the introduction of a new parcel and food delivery collection point at the entrance lobby.

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