SkyWorld Development Group, which has been unfazed by the COVID-19 pandemic, registered over RM1 billion in property sales for the financial year ended 31 March 2021.
Lee Chee Seng, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of SkyWorld, noted that the company has become stronger despite the pandemic, reported The New Straits Times (NST).
“We plan to rise onto a greater phase whereby prospective purchasers will notice more and more launches in popular locations across the Klang Valley such as Cheras, Bukit Jalil, Old Klang Road, and Taman Melawati,” he said as quoted by NST.
Meanwhile, the company has bagged two distinctive awards at the annual Asia Pacific Property Awards (APPA).
For the 2020-2021 edition of the awards, SkyWorld’s SkyVogue Residences @ Taman Desa won the Residential High-Rise Architectural Award, while the EdgeWood Residences @ SkySanctuary in Setapak snagged the Interior Design Show Home Award.
This is the fourth time the company has participated in the APPA awards.
Lee shared that the two projects achieved commendable accreditation at the annual awards, primarily due to the consistent effort invested by the company in all its projects.
To be developed on an 1.34-acre leasehold land, SkyVogue Residences comprises a 45-storey tower with 333 affluent housing units measuring between 1,085 sq ft and 2,650 sq ft.
The units will boast views of the Taman Desa Lake, Kuala Lumpur city centre and the Bukit Jalil National Sports Complex.
Offering unique park-front homes, EdgeWood Residences features 960 units, with sizes ranging between 865 sq ft and 1,280 sq ft. It is equipped with resort-like facilities that are shared between three levels, such as an outdoor gym, an infinity pool as well as a hot and cold-water cabin spa gallery.
Flanked by a 2.94-acre resident-only urban park, the development’s façade boasts differing balcony lengths, resulting in a structure that is less rigid in appearance.