Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Strong Interest in New Project

A preview event organised by Bukit Hitam Development Sdn Bhd (BHD) for its Epic Suites development drew a crowd of potential buyers who started queuing at 5am outside the company’s sales gallery in Bukit Puchong.
Epic Suites, set to be officially launched this Saturday, is BHD’s latest offering.
The project is situated in the heart of Bukit Puchong, one of the up-and-coming development areas in the Greater Kuala Lumpur region.
BHD general manager Edward Lee said, “The response was truly overwhelming and better than expected.
“People started waiting outside our office from as early as 5am on Saturday.”
Within the two days, more than 70% of the 150 units of the first block of Epic Suites were booked.
Set on 0.93ha of prime, freehold land among retail and commercial developments, the project comprises two 21-storey blocks of low-rise serviced apartments.
The apartments will come in six different designs with built-up areas ranging from 619sq ft to 1,206sq ft, with prices starting at RM490 per sq ft.
“We believe we have a good offering in Epic Suites as it is the ideal investment, not only for those planning to stay on their own but also for those with families as they can choose between a one-room studio, a two-bedroom unit and a three-bedroom unit within a safe living environment in a strategic location,” Lee added.
Members of the public who missed out on the sales preview can learn more about Epic Suites at the project’s launch on May 24 and 25 from 10am to 4 pm at the BHD Sales Gallery.
Having maintained a low profile over the last two years to fine-tune its masterplan for the Bukit Puchong township, BHD has now ramped up its thrust in the area with the launch of Epic Suites, among other developments within the vicinity.
Lee says potential people investing in Epic Suites and other property in the Bukit Puchong township have good reason to do so as BHD has a good track record.
Lee adds that completed units within the township have nearly doubled in value since it was launched.
For example, the developer’s Park Villa townhouses, launched in 2008 with built-ups between 1,259sq ft and 1,560sq ft, that were priced at RM218,000, have been transacted in the secondary market recently at RM430,000.
Similarly, the medium-cost Baiduri Courts of about 750sq ft units that were going at RM87,000 when it was launched in 2007, was recently transacted at RM170,000.
For details on Epic Suites and other BHD upcoming projects, visit

Source: TheStar

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