KUALA LUMPUR (June 10): Bina Puri Holdings Bhd announced that all 357 units of Opus Kuala Lumpur will be fitted out with Calvin Klein Furniture and Gorenje kitchen applicances at the signing ceremony with the two brands today. However, buyers of Tower 1 of Opus have the option to upgrade to the facilities that are offered in Tower 2 with a fee. 

Opus KL is a low-density development with two towers of 32-storeys. Tower 1 has 205 units and is 85% sold, while Tower 2, which is launched today, has 152 units of which 10% have been taken up. The serviced apartment built-ups range from 700 sq ft to 1,100 sq ft.

According to director and group executive director of Bina Puri Matthew Tee, this symbiotic relationship is Bina Puri’s corporate exercise to “push the envelop” to add value to the property investment of its buyers and condo owners in sync with the premier address of Opus’s location.

Tee added that Bina Puri’s latest marketing push marked the group’s transition into a serious developer of sustainable world-class real estate.

Opus boosts a gross development value of about RM334 million on a freehold land size of 1.38 acres. About 10% to 12% of the buyers of the development are foreigners from Hong Kong, Taiwan and other countries. The project, which is under construction, is expected to be completed in 2017.

Tee signed the partnership agreement on behalf of Star Effort Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Bina Puri Properties Sdn Bhd, with Calvin Klein Furniture president and CEO Michael Foster and Gorenje Group regional sales manager Janko Le Ulaga.

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