The event, creatively named “Bringing Aspiration Closer to You” EcoWorld Property Showcase also offers the public the first glimpse of Eco Bloom’s newly completed scale model.
Situated within Eco Meadows in Bukit Tambun, Eco Bloom is EcoWorld’s first commercial offering in Penang. Highlights of the showcase include a grand orchestra opening, talks by property gurus Ahyat Ishak, Albert Kong and more.
The event details are as below:
Date : 26th March– 3rd April 2016 November
Venue : Queensbay Mall, Penang.
Time : 10.30 am – 10.30 pm
The three projects being showcased are as below:
A luxury freehold high-rise niche development, Eco Terraces brings a breath of fresh air to Paya Terubong. This low-density project offers 333 units within a single 33-storey condominium block. More than two-thirds of the 12.79-acre land will be maintained as open spaces and green undulating terraces with a wide range of amenities made available to fulfill the lifestyle needs of residents.
Set in a charming corner of Bukit Tambun, this gated and guarded low-density enclave exudes a noble and graceful aura. Its 59-acre expanse is dotted with classic architecture inspired by the stately English royal houses, set in a lush landscape of manicured lawns, structured hedges, flowering trees and water features.
The first phase of Eco Meadows was launched in September 2015. The Northampton Terraces Collection, which is part of the Limited Editions homes, is reminiscent of British royal residences surrounded by lush greenery. A strata-titled freehold development, this project offers amenities such as an exclusive clubhouse as well as security features which appeal to future residents.
Strategically located within Eco Meadows, Eco Bloom offers serviced apartments with classic English architecture design elements that are popular with purchasers. The single tower project has 490 units, split into two wings. Its 4.8-acre tract also houses 23 exclusive 2-storey shop lots which present an impressive array of lifestyle options for residents and visitors alike.
For more info, the public can call 04-5102255.