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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Tropicana to unveil RM20m Central Park by 2016


SUBANG JAYA: COME 2016, Tropicana Metropark will be unveiling the RM20 million Central Park in concurrent with the completion of its first and second phase of residences development, Paloma and Pandora.

An international school and a flyover with direct access to the Federal Highway costing RM107 million would also be completed at the same time for use.

Tropicana Corporation Bhd executive director Pam Loh said the 35.2 ha project with the gross development value (GDV) of RM6.3 billion would take about 10 to 12 years to fully mature and complete.

“The Central Park we have invested in is part of our intiative to provide enhanced and healthy living to our buyers as well as promote a live, work and play lifestyle.

“We hope the park would provide an avenue for families to spend their quality time and encourage green living,” she said after the launching of the Tropicana Green Carnival yesterday.

The green campaign showcases a 3.68ha of green lung aptly known as Central Park with an open space concept ideal for residents seeking healthy, modern and serene lifestyle.

The campaign is also part of the Green Carnival campaign which commenced yesterday until October 19. Also present was Subang Jaya Municipal Council president Datuk Asmawi Kasbi.

The Paloma and Pandora Serviced Residences has a GDV of RM465 million and RM365 million, respectively, ranging between 600 to 1,309 square feet in space size.

Tropicana Metropark is a mixed development located in the growing neighbourhood of Subang, offering a variety of development comprising townhouses, serviced apartments, business suites, SOHO, a medical centre, a shopping mall and an education hub.

The freehold development was launched last year with a successful take-up rate of 90 per cent, designed to meet different market segments such as professionals, young couples or families.

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