The developer of Harbour Place, a new township pro-ject in Butterworth, has launched the fourth phase of its trendy condominiums known as ‘Wellesley Residences.’
The project undertaken by PJD Eastern Land Sdn Bhd is located on a 12.1ha site in the heart of town.
Currently, the township has three existing luxury condominiums and a hypermarket.
A total of 401 new units will be built in a 27-storey and 30-storey blocks.
The project will have a signature chic urban living concept with nine units per floor in a semi-detached setting.
PJD chief operating officer Lim Lian Seng is confident of luring investors to their properties here due to their proven track record.
The company is a subsidiary of a Kuala Lumpur-based develo- per, PJ Development Holdings Berhad.
The parent company has developed highly integrated development projects in various parts of the country.
Lim said the name Wellesley Residences was derived from Se-berang Prai’s former name of Pro-vince Wellesley.
He added that the units were designed to complement and en-hance the requirements of mo-dern urban living.
They were designed to re- energise, rejuvenate and revitalise modern living concepts as the residents would enjoy a sky gymnasium, yoga, aerobic, recreational games, sauna and steam rooms, Jacuzzi, massage facilities, a sky lounge and a viewing deck on the roof-top.
Lim said a 26,666sq meter su-permarket had been planned nearby to provide the conve-nience of shopping for residents at their doorsteps.
Besides that, an educational institution and a 30-storey Swiss-Garden Hotel and Residences hospitality property, are additional facilities for the folks in Butter-worth.
He said the hotel chain owned by the company would start construction at the end of the year.
MrProperty: Butterworth is longer the same that we see 10 years ago. More and more projects are coming up across the island as property prices deemed more affordable there.
PJD Eastern Land Sdn Bhd has amassed total assets of more than RM1.2 billion according to their website. Harbour Place is their first project in Penang while they have majority of their projects near the Klang valley.
News Source: The Star