Saturday, 7 July 2018

(The Star) New condominium and commercial project set to light up Sungai Nibong

Like the star at the heart of our solar system, The Sun@SG Nibong will be an iconic landmark in southeastern Penang island where life shines.

The integrated development by Sepakat Mewah Sdn Bhd comprises a condominium block atop a commercial shop office podium, all set on a 2.248 acres (0.9ha) plot of freehold land.

Fronting Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, it finds itself in an established township with numerous amenities and offers easy accessibility via several major road networks.

Homebuyers and investors can check out the newly launched project’s excellent premises at Fair 2018 at Gurney Plaza and Gurney Paragon Mall from July 19 to 22.

The condominiums are low-density units, with only 145 residential units sized at 1,313sq ft. Each has spacious layout with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and comes with fibre optic-ready facilities with provision for high speed broadband.

Units are priced from RM688,000 onwards and come with two free car park units.

With the project rising 24 storeys high, future inhabitants will get to enjoy views of the surrounding skyline and channel waters between the island and mainland.

Leisure facilities are spread across two levels. It has everything modern urban dwellers have come to expect such as a swimming pool, children’s pool, indoor and outdoor gymnasiums, playground, BBQ area, multipurpose room, community hall, reflexology path and games areas.

The block is served by three lifts. Multi-tiered security ensures peace of mind at all times.

The Sun@SG Nibong’s location on flat land in a non-flood prone area is also a plus factor.

Getting anywhere will be easy and convenient, with the Lebuhraya Sungai Nibong in front of the development connecting to Lebuhraya Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu, Lebuhraya Tun Dr Awang and Jalan Aziz Ibrahim.

The Sun@SG Nibong is a two-minute’s walk away from the proposed Sungai Nibong LRT Station, and the Kwang Wah and Shih Chung primary schools, a boon for young families with schoolgoing children.

Five minutes walk away are the Sungai Nibong Bus Terminal, Penang Pesta Site and the proposed Pesta LRT stop.

Meanwhile, many restaurants and hawker food centres, as well as a market, can be found in the immediate vicinity.

A short drive away are Queensbay Mall, both Penang Bridges, Tesco, Kompleks Bukit Jambul, the Bayan Lepas industrial zone, SPICE Arena, Pantai Mutiara Hospital, USM’s main campus, Sunshine and Giant supermarkets, Bukit Jambul Golf Club, INTI International College, Straits International School and the Penang International Airport.

More conveniences may be found closer to home, as the 37 shop offices, sized between 914sq ft and 1,907sq ft could eventually feature eateries, shops and more.

Limited units are still available from RM498,000 onwards.

Those considering running a business will find them good propositions, as it has free and ample car parks, as well as two lifts. The mature neighbourhood also offers a large catchment of potential customers.

The developer is currently offering an early bird package with zero fees on the S&P, loan and disbursement documentation, zero down payment, with cash back and rebate (terms and conditions apply).

To find out more, visit Sepakat Mewah at booth N1A during the four-day fair, open from 10am to 10pm daily. Admission is free.