ZENOPY, coined from “zen” and “canopy”, is the name for LBS Bina Group Bhd latest residential project.

Zenopy Residences is located on a 1.89ha piece of land in Seri Kembangan, Selangor.

Zen refers to wellbeing of mind and body and canopy means a s helter.

The project features a 32-storey mixed development with 398 serviced apartment units ranging from 823 to 2,031 sq ft and retail with a gross development value (GDV) of RM312 million.

From the name alone one would expect the pricing to be in the mid-to high-end range. However, the units are priced between RM454,300 and RM604,000.

“The name perfectly describes an ideal home. Zenopy Residences combines value-added features, with connectivity and affordability. These key pillars are what house buyers want and we believe this will drive positive take-up for Zenopy Residences,” said LBS group managing director Tan Sri Lim Hock San.

Complementing Zenopy Residences are 51 commercial shop units and 23 affordable shop units.

The project features low-density floors of no more than 17 units on each level served by six elevators.

Units with a built-up area of 1,012 sq ft feature a spacious layout of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a dining and a living room.

Families favouring larger units can opt for a built-up of 1,128 sq ft which features a similar layout with an additional utility room.

Catering to young modern families, both options also feature a yard area for residents to enjoy the city skyline view.

“Since the launch of Zenopy Residences, we have sold about 31 per cent or 122 units. We expect to reach 75 per cent by the end of 2018,” said Lim after the unveiling of the project, here, recently.

“We expect the remaining 25 per cent to be sold by the end of 2019,” he added.

As for the commercial shop units, Lim said 88 per cent have been sold.

Despite being a reasonably priced project, Zenopy Residences incorporates over 40 facilities built into the development and suited to a myriad of lifestyle needs.

Key facilities include a 360m jogging track, gym corner, tennis and badminton courts for those who enjoy an active lifestyle. For residents who prefer mobility at a relaxed pace, the development features a wading pool, sauna and physiotherapy gym.

LBS Bina will also launch the second phase of Alam Perdana, comprising 876 units of linked houses and semi-detached homes and with an estimated GDV of RM477 million in the third quarter of this year.

In the final quarter of this year it will launch 379 units of double-storey linked houses worth RM191 million, and 698 units of town houses valued at RM283 in Cybersouth.

(File pix) ‘Kingdom Tower’ is set to break records. JEC Photo

(File pix) Infographics from Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture, CTBUH

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