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Skyworld hosted a successful Topping Off ceremony for its SkyAwani 1 Residences at Sentul


Skyworld hosted a successful Topping Off ceremony for its SkyAwani 1 Residences at Sentul

25 September 2017, Sentul – City developer SkyWorld Development Group (SkyWorld) celebrated another milestone today by hosting a successful SkyAwani 1 Topping Off ceremony at Sentul. The award-winning SkyAwani series has cemented its position as the must-owned starter homes for first-time home buyers – given its affordable price, practical layout and the icing on the cake; full-fledged condominium facilities. To commemorate the early completion of SkyAwani 1, SkyWorld held the Topping Off ceremony whilst at the same time revealed that SkyAwani 1 Residences is the first RUMAWIP affordable home that is in compliance with QLASSIC standards set by the Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB).

Present to grace and officiate the Topping Off event was YB Datuk Seri Utama Tengku Adnan, Minister of Federal Territories. The Minister was accompanied by YBhg Tan Sri Datuk Seri M Kayveas, My PPP President & Special Advisor to the Transport Minister, YB Senator Dato’ Dr. Loga Bala Mohan, Deputy Minister of Federal Territories, YB Senator Datuk Haji Yahaya Bin Mat Ghani @ Abbas, UMNO Chief Batu Division, YBhg Datuk Seri Adnan Bin Haji Md Ikshan, Chief Secretary of Federal Territories, YBhg Tan Seri Haji Mhd. Amin Nordin bin Abd. Aziz, Mayor of Kuala Lumpur and Datuk Ng Thien Phing, Founder & Group MD of SkyWorld.

Speaking at the event, YB Datuk Seri Utama Tengku Adnan said, “Since the inception of SkyWorld, they have gone through transformation progress – starting the first Quality Centre in Malaysia, the first to provide QLASSIC quality for its RUMAWIP SkyAwani Residences and further reinforcing its presence by receiving more than 16 local and international awards. SkyWorld’s commitment to quality projects should be praised and should be emulated by other RUMAWIP developers so that the quality aspects such as high-quality workmanship are emphasized in their developments. I believe the RUMAWIP project developed by SkyWorld will increase in its market value and is something that is ‘value for money’ to its buyers. To-date, we have achieved 67,892 units or 85% of the total target of 80,000 units set by 2020 including projects under “Completed”, “Under Construction” as well as Development Order Approval or Development Order. On this note, I strongly urge all Malaysians to seize this golden opportunity to own RUMAWIP as it is not only value for money, but strategically located in Kuala Lumpur.”

Datuk Ng shared, “A big part of our job, as a KL-centric city developer is to provide the ultimate Sky Living experience in a sustainable environment. Be it for affordable apartments or exclusive condominiums, we are committed to our 3 key strengths; value creation (strategic location & quality finishing), integrated Sky Living experience (good amenities & facilities) and innovative designs & concepts. We have successfully launched 1,934 affordable homes under our SkyAwani 1 & 2 collection – with an estimated gross development value (GDV) of RM464.5 million and RM303.6 million respectively. Both developments received 100% take-up during the first day of opening. Today, our SkyAwani 1 Residences saw its successful Topping Off ceremony and targeted for early handover in 2018. With these successful track records, we unveiled SkyAwani 3 on July 2017, offering 1,905 innovative affordable homes with interconnecting SkyBridge and SkyGardens. To-date, we have received over 2,000 keen registrants on this project.”

Also present to witness the launch ceremony were senior executive directors and officers from Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and Ministry of Federal Territories (KWP), Datuk Nor Azam Bin Mohd Taib, Senior Vice President of MBSB (Corporate Business Division) as well as SkyWorld senior management, Mr Lee Chee Seng, COO and Mr Siew Chee Seng, CFO.

The SkyAwani 1 Residences is a true investment gem, boasting all the SkyWorld strengths – quality QLASSIC compliance, good potential appreciation value given its strategic location at Kuala Lumpur plus this affordable home series comes with an impressive full condominium facilities. SkyAwani 1 Residences offers 1,226 units of practical homes with a price tag of RM300,000. With a built-up of 800 sq ft, each unit has three bedrooms and two bathrooms with one parking lot. SkyAwani 1 is targeted for early completion in 2018.

Keen registrants can also check out the newly launched SkyAwani 3 Residences. It boasts Malaysia’s very first and longest sky gardens with 3 inter-connected 51-storey towers complimented by over 20 facilities spread over level 8 and level 52. Singapore is famed for its award-winning affordable PINNACLE that comes with SkyBridge connecting towers.

SkyAwani 3 is Malaysia’s very own pinnacle of excellence under the affordable homes series. Tower A & B offers 673 and 680 units respectively whilst Tower C offers 552 units. Each unit comes with a standard built-up of 800 sq ft at a fixed price of RM300,000. Seated on a 4.55-acre of leasehold land, the estimated GDV for SkyAwani 3 is over RM570 million. To sign up for SkyAwani 3, you can log on to

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