• Situated within the 175-acre island township, SkyRia comprises two blocks with one housing 608 units, while the other has 391 units. With a total gross development value of RM457 million, the residential development offers a range of layouts, with Type A (600 sq ft), priced from RM250,000; Type B (850 sq ft), priced from RM478,000 and Type C (900 sq ft) that starts from RM507,000.

KUALA LUMPUR (May 9): LBS Bina Group Bhd (KL: LBS) has launched SkyRia, the latest addition to its D'Island Residence project in Puchong.

Situated within the 175-acre island township, SkyRia comprises two blocks with one housing 608 units, while the other has 391 units. With a total gross development value of RM457 million, the residential development offers a range of layouts, with Type A (600 sq ft), priced from RM250,000; Type B (850 sq ft), priced from RM478,000 and Type C (900 sq ft) that starts from RM507,000.

"Continuing the success of D’Island in delivering quality homes at exceptional price points, locations, and surrounded by abundant amenities poised for future growth, SkyRia is poised to redefine the concept of a perfect starter home, meticulously crafted for the nation," said LBS Bina group executive chairman Tan Sri Lim Hock San in a press release on Thursday.

"SkyRia continues D’Island’s commitment to quality living by offering an impressive array of over 28 facilities, allowing residents to indulge in an active and fulfilling lifestyle right at their doorstep after a long day at work," he added.

SkyRia is linked to major highways such as the North-South Expressway Central Link (Elite), South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE) and the Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP). The project is also accessible to amenities such as shopping malls, medical facilities and educational institutions.

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