Palm Condominium Tower B ready for occupancy in June
KOTA KINABALU (April 16): Buyers of The Palm Condominium Tower B will be able to move into their new home as early as June this year.
WSG Group Chief Executive Datuk Susan Wong Siew Guen said Tower B has reached 85 percent completion and the project is expected to obtain a certificate of occupancy (OC) in June.
She said the company had managed to avoid delays in construction work despite the Covid-19 lockdown.
“We have accelerated the construction of Tower B, allowing us to complete the project six months ahead of schedule.
Launched in 2020, Tower B rises 18 stories and has 140 units in total, including four penthouses. About 70% of the units have been sold to date.
“Our company is currently offering a 10% discount to buyers plus an additional 5% for bumiputera units,” she said, adding that the units start at RM398,000.
Towers A, C and D have been completed and are currently fully occupied.
The condominium units have a built-up area of 1,180 square feet and have three bedrooms and two toilets.
Residents of The Palm Condominium enjoy the best natural scenery in Sabah – mountain scenery and panoramic sea views right here in Kinarut.
Susan said the condo, which has a 10-foot ceiling and wide hallways, gives it a more spacious and airy feel. An observation area is also provided on each floor for residents to enjoy the vast expanse of the South China Sea.
The condominium offers various facilities for the convenience and comfort of residents, such as swimming pools for adults and children, gymnasium, multipurpose room, indoor badminton courts, outdoor basketball court, covered parking, 24-hour security, children’s playground and landscaped garden.
Meanwhile, supermarkets, grocery stores, retail outlets, fast food outlets, and restaurants are located just outside the condo at Palm Square Mall.
Although it is a century-old township, Susan said Kinarut is booming with commercial activities due to the increasingly populated neighborhoods in the area.
Kinarut is also home to 90-year-old SJK (C) Kin Kiau, the Tien Nam Shi temple, churches and mosques, she said.
The town is less than a 15-minute drive from Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) and close to many resorts, including the upcoming Lok Kawi Resort City and KK Resort City projects in Lok Kawi.
She felt that people no longer necessarily have to live downtown due to good connectivity, such as the new Pan Borneo highway, as well as improved quality of life in areas outside Kota Kinabalu.
On top of that, she said land near the city center is very expensive, so developers have no choice but to build smaller units to make properties affordable for buyers.
“On the contrary, land on the outskirts or in the countryside is much cheaper and developers are able to provide more space for apartments, condominiums or townhouses at an affordable price.”
With better road connectivity and upcoming developments in Kinarut, Susan thought The Palm Condominium was an ideal home to live in and invest in.
Susan invites interested buyers to visit The Palm Showroom in Kinarut or call 088 – 751888 for more information.
WSG Group will also have a sales booth at the Property Hunter Expo at the Sabah International Convention Center (SICC) from April 22-24, 9am-9pm.