Tropicana Corp Bhd has recently launched the Edelweiss SOFO (small office/flexible office) and Serviced Residences.
The fifth tower at Tropicana Gardens in Petaling Jaya, Edelweiss SOFO and Serviced Residences comprises 52 storeys with 630 service residence units with built-up area of between 556 sq ft and 1,111 sq ft, as well as 397 SOFO units with built-up of between 452 sq ft and 858 sq ft. It also features two storeys of retail lots.
With a gross development value of RM855 million, Edelweiss sits on a 2.35 acre site and comes with a GreenRe accreditation silver rating. It is connected to the Surian MRT station and the Tropicana Gardens Mall via an elevated pedestrian bridge.
Catering to the lifestyle needs of young families, empty nesters and young executives, it will be the first tower at Tropicana Gardens to offer smart living and conveniences, with its smart home hub, smart sockets, door sensors, smart multi-tiered security system and air-conditioner control systems.
Its SOFO units features a flexible and open layouts, suitable for a vast array of businesses including modern offices and short-term rental units.
Owners of the SOFO units will enjoy access to meeting rooms, business centres, multipurpose hall and landscaped gardens. Residents at the serviced residences, on the other hand, will have access to a wide range of facilities such as the yoga deck, various pools, a gymnasium, barbeque area, children’s playground, children’s playroom and reading room.
“Following the success of our first four towers at our Tropicana Gardens development, we listened to feedback from current and potential customers. Where possible, we integrated these into Edelweiss to ensure it exudes modern, urban vibes yet still able to give residents a quiet place to rest. It is the last gem of Tropicana Indah,” said Tropicana Managing Director of Marketing and Sales Joanne Lee.
Notably, the Edelweiss (Phase 1) has already posted a 75% take-up rate even before its launch.
Meanwhile, Tropicana expects Malaysia’s property market to witness modest recovery this year as properties continue to be a popular investment option.
And with the various stimulus measures rolled out by the government, Lee urged those who can afford to leverage on the schemes available to take advantage of the attractive packages and low interest rates.
“In addition to choosing properties at strategic locations, properties that have access to well established neighbourhoods, good facilities, amenities and connectivity are important as these would appreciate over the longer-term. Be smart and confident in securing your dream property,” said Lee.
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