Sunway City Ipoh (SCI), the largest integrated township in Perak, unveiled projects with a total gross development value of at least RM500 million within the next three years. This was revealed to the media during a familiarisation tour of Sunway City Ipoh recently. Media representatives visited its Sales Gallery, the Lakeside Mansions and the Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat. They were given an exclusive viewing of Tan Sri Jeffrey Cheah’s Boathouse.

Among the new developments in store were the expansion of The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat, Lost World Outlet Mall, Lost World Serviced Apartments with hot-spring facilities and hilltop homes.

“The new developments will boost critical mass and bring more business and employment opportunities into the township of Sunway City Ipoh, furthering our vision to be Perak’s socio-economic growth engine, as a master community developer,” said Wong Wan Wooi, Senior General Manager of SCI.

The 30-acre development comprising Lost World Outlet Mall and Lost World Serviced Apartments will complement the existing components within Sunway City Ipoh. These are strategically positioned adjacent to the two world-class resorts of The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat and Lost World of Tambun incorporating a riverside al fresco boulevard.

Totalling 600,000 sq ft in gross floor area, the development will feature more than 3000 car parking bays. It is expected to commence in 2016 and will take approximately two years to complete.

The four-block Lost World Serviced Apartments consisting 1000 units will be positioned to face the luscious, undulating hills, river and greenery with a collection of premium units overlooking the Lost World Water Theme Park. The development will have a dedicated entrance for its residents and a grand lobby with a green natural streetscape. The podium level will house a range of facilities such as natural hot springs pool ‘onsen’, infinity swimming pool, multipurpose hall, gymnasium, sauna rooms and podium garden. The apartments are ranging from 600-1200 sq ft in size.

The Hilltop Homes will add another 1000 units to the existing 1200 units of residential homes in Sunway City Ipoh.

The RM74 million Serene Villas residential development, which consists of 88 units of semi-detached clusters and super-link units, is currently underway. It is another eco-friendly, low-density, gated and guarded development.

For more information on Sunway Property, log on to its website www.sunwayproperty.com.

Mei Kuan