Setia EcoHill will be launching its final block of D’Camellia Apartments this weekend.
D’Camellia which is under Setia EcoHill’s affordable homes offer is a freehold project comprising of two 18-storey residential towers with a total of 635 units.
Block 1 was launched in Oct last year, saw a take up rate of 70%.
The encouraging response prompted the decision to launch the remaining 318 units of D’Camellia block 2.
With a GDV RM165 million, D’Camellia is the 3rd offering from the affordable homes range after the sold-out offerings of D’Cassia and D’Cerrum which were launched in 2015.
Setia EcoHill general manager Koh Sooi Meng said that the positive response of D’Camellia block 1 demonstrates the market’s confidence in Setia’s brand despite the cautious sentiment adopted by purchasers last year.
“The affordable apartment are priced considerably from RM262,000, which offers three bedrooms and two bathrooms within a cosy 860 sq ft and 2 dedicated parking bays per unit. This is a golden opportunity for first time homebuyers, young couples and fresh graduates to own a property of their own in a holistic development,” he said.
Nearby top-notch amenities and facilities include Tenby International School, Nottingham University, EcoHill Walk which is Semenyih’s first integrated commercial development, Tesco hypermarket which are all just a stone’s throw away. The apartments’ facilities consist of Olympic-length swimming pool, children’s wading pool, a badminton sports court, a multipurpose hall and a children’s playground.
EcoHill Walk comprises of a neighbourhood mall, 80 units of boutique shop offices and 2 towers of serviced apartments. It was launched in November 2016 and is expected to be completed by 2020.
To date it has secured its first anchor tenant, MBO Cinemas which will house 11 halls with more than 2,000 seats altogether featuring its own Premium Large Format screen, 4D
technology by MX4D, Premier Lounge, Kid’s Hall as well as MBO’s brand of Café, the Cafecito.
Setia EcoHill has flourished over the pass three years, delivering the RM80 mil LEKAS-EcoHill Link to alleviate the heavy traffic conditions along Jalan Semenyih to benefit the wider community within the township as well as handed over 1,500 homes to its first and second phase’s customers.
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