Johor Bahru, May 25 – Last weekend, superheroes that were usually busy saving the world took time off to visit Mah Sing’s preview of Fern and Dandelion, 2-storey link homes in Meridin East, Johor.
Superheroes and visitors flooded the Meridin East Sales Gallery to view the fully furnished show units of the 2 new link homes. Aside from that, visitors also get to enjoy a host of activities lined up for their entertainment, such as fun kid’s performance, mini car racing and creative photobooth session.
Chief Executive Officer, Datuk Ho Hon Sang said, “We are pleased to see so many visitors during the preview of Fern and Dandelion. In fact, during the event we also received a lot of interest for our RM23milion Celebration Rewards campaign which was launched in early May. The campaign aims to ease property ownership, so I would like to urge all our buyers to take advantage of this reward program to own their dream properties.”
The campaign will end when the RM23million has been fully redeemed or on 31 June 2017, whichever that comes first. Show units of Fern and Dandelion are open for visit from 9.30am – 6.00pm daily at Meridin East Sales Gallery. Public can also call +607 216 0014 for more information.
DANDELION – WITH BIGGER BUILT UPS, FERN – WITH IMPROVED FINISHES
The 2 new products are designed with comfort and functionality in mind. Dandelion with bigger built ups are suitable for big families and home upgraders while Fern with a smaller built up and improved finishes is perfect for first-time home buyers. Both are scheduled to be launched on 8 July 2017.
Dandelion is also a 2-storey link home spanning 13.4 acres with a total of 90 units. It has built ups from 2,333sq ft (4+1 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms). The units are indicatively priced from RM494,000.
Fern is a 2-storey link home spanning 30.7 acres with a total of 394 units. With built ups from 1,622sq ft (4+1 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms), it is one of the most efficient small sized 2-storey terrace with improved finishes and flexible layout. The units are indicatively priced from RM363,000.
MERIDIN EAST, A SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY
Meridin East is situated in Pasir Gudang, Iskandar Malaysia, a gated and guarded township to be developed over the next 12 to 15 years. The 1,313 acre integrated mixed development has a Gross Development Value (GDV) of RM5billion and is Mah Sing Group’s biggest development by acreage. As Meridin East is located within close proximity of the booming Pasir Gudang Industrial Hub and Tanjung Langsat Industrial Park, it will play an important role to address the need for homes for workers and families in the respective areas.
Besides facilities and amenities for a complete and sustainable development, Meridin East will provide residents with a lush green environment and a wide selection of activities to encourage exercise and healthy living. The Group plans to plant several thousand native trees around the townships Mulberry lake to preserve and enhance the natural flora and fauna. The township also has 110 acres allocated to develop various activities for its residents to exercise.
Mah Sing is currently widening Jalan Kong Kong to a 40-meter, four-lane thoroughfare. The proposed direct slip-in and slip-out from the SDE spur road at the Cahaya Baru Toll into Jalan Kong Kong is set to improve accessibility for Meridin East’s residents heading towards or coming from Tanjung Langsat.
The group previously launched Eden and Greenway and has received a take up rate of 100% (excluding bumi lots) and 89% (excluding bumi lots) respectively. Eden comprises total of 116 units of 2-storey link homes with built ups from 2,073sq ft, priced from RM453,000 while Greenway comprises 492 units of 2-storey link homes with built ups from 1,595sq ft, priced from RM357,000.
JOHOR BAHRU – A GROWING PROPERTY SCENE
In 2000, the Group ventured into Johor with Sri Pulai Perdana, a residential township. Mah Sing was the first developer to introduce the concept of gated and guarded living for link homes with grand entrance statements, and a 12-acre Roman inspired central garden for Sri Pulai Perdana, which were all unheard of 17 years ago in Iskandar Malaysia.
To date, the Group has a total of seven projects in Johor with remaining landbank of 1,385 acres as well as remaining gross development value (RGDV) and unbilled sales of RM6.8billion.
Datuk Ho said, “This year marks the 17th year of our presence in Johor. As a market-driven developer, we saw the potential of the property market in Johor in an early stage. According to Iskandar Malaysia’s report, the region has a population of 1.95million in 2015 and is expected to grow to 3million by 2025. We will continue to plan for products and launches to cater to the needs of the population growth.”