Standing 29-storey tall on a 2.617-acre piece of land next to the North-South Expressway, MH Pinnacle is set to be, upon completion at the end of 2018, the tallest building in Ipoh and Perak.
The first block, named MB Inc Tower, would house the new office of MB Inc, 72 units of hotel rooms, 27 units of residences and 11 storeys of Grade A offices. The second block, known as Amanjaya Tower, contains another 146 units of residences targeted at the medium to high income group seeking a modern lifestyle.
One highlight is the Pinnacle Mall with its 36 units of premium shopping lots and a signature food outlet. It comes with a convention hall, swimming pool and gymnasium.
Running on a glass tower concept, the high rise is developed by Birchwood Sdn Bhd which is wholly owned by MH Avenue, a joint venture between MB Inc and local developer Man Hoe Holdings.
“MH Pinnacle would change the landscape and provide a new image for Bercham’s commercial area. It is the second development project of MB Inc after Ipoh SOHO,”said the President of Birchwood Sdn Bhd cum CEO of MB Inc, Dato’ Aminudin Hashim, during the groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, January 7 at Jalan Medan Ipoh 3.
“This is a landmark project for Ipoh which was formerly known as a dead town after sunset. Today it is becoming a vibrant city. Currently, the total number of high-rise buildings in Ipoh, whether in planning, under construction or completed, is 28,” said Menteri Besar Dato’ Seri DiRaja Dr Zambry Abd Kadir during the press conference.
Present at the ceremony were the State Secretary, Dato’ Seri Abdul Puhat Mat Nayan; the State Financial Officer, Dato’ Haji Mohd Ghazali bin Jalal; Mayor Dato’ Zamri bin Man; Executive Councillor for Women, Family, Community Welfare Development, Housing and Local Government, Dato’ Rusnah Kassim; Adun for Bercham, Cheong Chee Khing and directors of Birchwood Sdn Bhd, Cheng Heng Kuong and Wong Kim Fah.
With a gross development value of RM220 million, the office and residence units are currently open for sale. Interested readers can call 05 254 3482, 012 538 1032, 012 538 1055 or go visit its website, mhpinnacle.com for details.