The homes were sold under the Setia 10:90 programme, where buyers need only to pay a deposit of 10%, with the remainder payable only after the property is completed.
Themed “A Better Home for a Better Tomorrow”, 15 developers participated in the showcase.
The first phase of this township features 176 units of 2-storey linked villas with built-ups of 2,394 sq ft, 2,626 sq ft and 2,965 sq ft; 52 units of 2-storey
semi-detached homes with built-ups of 3,492 sq ft and 3,482 sq ft; and six units of 2-storey bungalows with a built-up of 4,214 sq ft.
Bukit Bintang City Centre’s (BBCC) serviced apartments – which will be open for a public preview this weekend – will be priced indicatively at RM1,600 psf, said a personnel from developer BBCC Development Sdn Bhd.
The final phase will comprise two towers of luxury serviced apartments with a dedicated sky bridge to the Pavilion Bukit Jalil mall.
Buyers – some of them having queued up from 2am at the sales gallery’s guard house – gave the developer cheques worth RM5,000 to secure the opportunity to select their apartments at a later date, which falls either at the end of February or in early March.