Blooming interest in homes

Thousands thronged EcoWorld Gallery @ Eco Meadows in Simpang Ampat, Nibong Tebal, for its Eco Bloom official global launch in Penang.

Among them was businessman M. Venuganan, 54, who brought along his family to help select a unit for their new home.

“We live in nearby Jawi and when we heard about the project by EcoWorld, an established developer, we decided to check it out.

“As an entrepreneur, I immediately saw good prospect in the project due to its location.

“The developer is known for its quality and value for money projects,” he said when met at the event on Sunday.

Venuganan, who was also delighted to meet his ‘future neighbours’, bought the 1,101sq ft condominium unit with three bedrooms under the Eco Bloom project by Eco World Development Group Berhad.

Present were EcoWorld executive director Datuk Voon Tin Yow, EcoWorld chief operating officer Datuk S. Sundarajoo and EcoWorld general manager(northern region) Khoo Teck Chong.

Voon said the response to all their projects had been tremendous and the company was going all out to market the different range of projects on offer.

“The great response from the public and buyers is an affirmation that our branding has done well.”

The 1.96ha freehold Eco Bloom mixed development project is an integrated high-rise commercial and residential development situated within the 23.8ha Eco Meadows township.

It offers three different types of units with prices starting from RM388,000. The 33-storey condominium block with 490 units, which offers an unobstructed view of Simpang Ampat town, will have various facilities and the convenience of 23 shoplots situated below.

The launching in Simpang Ampat was done simultaneously with three other projects namely the Eco Grandeur and Eco Ardence in Klang Valley, Selangor, and Eco Business Park II in Iskandar Malaysia, Johor. - The Star

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