Manhattan Condominium, the first of its kind in the country, is the brainchild of Ting Chee Ming who studied in Manhattan, New York. His affection for that part of the Big Apple was so immense that he decided to create something similar in Ipoh.

Located along Jalan Pasir Puteh, it is the first water-park condominium in Malaysia developed by Miclebina Properties Sdn Bhd. What makes it more special is the replica of the Statue of Liberty standing proudly within the property’s compound.

In conjunction with the recent Christmas celebrations, a lighting-up ceremony of the statue was held on the evening of Saturday, December 17. The event was accentuated by artificial snow and a fireworks display.

Visitors were thrilled to be part of the show, as they took turns to capture their moments with the iconic statue. They were then served with local delicacies while being entertained to music, songs and lucky draws.

Apart from that, they too had the opportunity to take a peek at show units and experience the water park for themselves.

“The condominium is expected to be fully completed in June 2018. It’s a mixed development consisting of a business centre, condos, semi-detached homes, a hotel and Miclebina’s office,” said Fu Kuan Thye, Miclebina Properties’ Sales and Marketing Manager.

While Block C and D are sold out, Block A and B have just been launched. Thirty per cent of the units in these new blocks have already been snapped up.

The units are priced at RM219,990 for Type C (2 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms), RM309,990 for Type B (3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms) and RM379,990 for Type A (4 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms).

“The statue was sculpted by someone we hired. It took him about two months to complete,” said Fu.

With all the amenities on offer, Manhattan Condominium is going to be Ipoh’s next big thing. For further enquiries, call 019 463 1293, 019 475 2318 or visit Miclebina’s website www.miclebina.com.my.

Khaleeja