JOHOR BARU: The Berinda Group will unveil its latest property development tomorrow with the launch of Impian Heights - Park Precinct.
It will feature a fully secured two-tiered gated and guarded community, with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology as an enhanced safety measure.
RFID is an automatic identification method provided for identification and secured access into individual precincts and homes using radio waves.
Spread over 600 acres within the entire 3,000-acre Taman Impian Emas township, Impian Heights is designed by multi-award winning landscape architect Malik, Lip & Associates and developed by Gunung Impian Development Sdn Bhd.
Sales manager Lim Sung Heng said Impian Heights was ideally located as it was easily accessible through the new Pontian Interchange while the North-South Highway was a mere five minutes away via Skudai and Kempas.
“Ever since the Government waived real property gains tax (RPGT) effective April, the market here has been very active,” he told a press conference yesterday.
The Park Precinct will feature 80 double storey terrace units under Park Terrace 1 with an introductory price of RM298,000 and above while 79 homes will be offered under Park Terrace II from RM338,000 onwards.
Meanwhile, the 36 units under the Park Link Villa II are expected to be launched at RM700,000 each in three months.
There is a planned 27-hole golf course with nine-hole playable as well as the planned Resident’s Club, which will be equipped with jacuzzis, saunas, steam rooms, tennis courts, day spa and a free form swimming pool.
The company is also conducting negotiations for a joint-venture shopping mall with an Australian investor and expects to announce details by year-end for the two storey-shopping complex.