Five Decades “Better Together”
Throughout 2020, Kinta Properties is celebrating 50 years of building quality homes and developing communities where everybody belongs. Set out to be Perak’s premier lifestyle developer since 1969, it harbours a collaborative culture to go above and beyond. Add “caring” to the mix and Kinta Properties is very much focused on its philosophy of “better together”.
With expertise built on an extensive collection of more than 6000 homes, Kinta Properties seeks to create value for customers beyond bricks and mortar.
“With each home we build, we learn, making the next home even better. The first home launched in First Gardens was a single storey in 1970. As our developments and understanding have evolved, our focus on place shaping has grown,” Dato’ Lim Si Boon, chairman of Kinta Properties explained during the anniversary dinner in mid-January.
“Despite the ever-challenging economy we have adapted, diversified and innovated. Smaller eco elements
of one development have evolved into the first gold-rated GBI (Green Building Index) car showroom in Malaysia
for Ban Hoe Seng Auto, with more green ambitions for the community coming soon,” Lim added.
Growing families, first time buyers, solo professionals and older people wanting to be supported to live independently can take their pick from single storey homes to townhomes and a golf resort to masterplanned
Along with homes, schools, shops, and restaurants; green spaces and community hubs are built so people can
find social interaction, education, recreation, business and other activities in one place. One such example is the 650- acre masterplanned township of Bandar Baru Sri Klebang
(BBSK) with the latest launch being the collection of new single storey homes in Golden Fields precinct on January
Kinta Properties is also renowned for their community events, with the pop-up experimental light festival,
LABpark, one of the most Instagram-worthy displays ever held in the area and soon to be returning with a bang.
To mark this incredible milestone, buyers are in for a treat as they stand a chance of getting rebates of either RM15k, RM30k or RM50k on booking when they purchase selected new homes in Bandar Baru Sri Klebang
or Meru Valley EcoVillage, before 29 February.
On top of this, all house purchasers in Bandar Baru Sri Klebang in 2020 will be entered into a lucky draw to
win a Honda Jazz, as the developers way of celebrating five decades as a home builder.
All Rise for Single-Storey Living
Located in Golden Fields, the single-storey ‘Cornflower’ is now up for viewing and set to be the new chapter of the master-planned township at Bandar Baru Sri Klebang.
The launching of the new collection of single-storey homes cum Chinese New Year open house was held on Monday, January 27. Approximately 500 people attended the event.
Developed by Kinta Properties, the one-floor linked homes offer three bedrooms and two bathrooms with an open plan living area. Cornflower, 20’x70’, is priced from RM258,800. Built nearby AEON Klebang, schools and an array of restaurants, the Cornflower is an ideal home for many.
According to Karen Wong, Kinta Properties Sales Manager, single-storey homes are in demand among Ipohites as it is rare to be found. Due to its accessibility, these homes are famous among young families and older people.
“Building on one storey reduces the number of homes which can be created on a given piece of land but Kinta Properties has recognised that these homes meet an important need in its diverse communities,” she added.
The launching was graced with a lion dance as a symbol of good luck and prosperity. Besides that, a drum performance followed by the Chinese New Year and God of prosperity mascot walkabout was held.
Guests were further entertained with a Chinese orchestra by Woon’s Music while the children were kept busy with the CNY craft and paper cutting activity.
The ‘Cornflower’ is open for viewing daily from 10am till 6pm. Buyers are entitled to an early bird rebate of RM10,000 with a RM5000 ang pow which will only be available during the CNY period.