IJM’s Bandar Rimbayu Phase 2 to launch end 2013

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POPULAR: Bandar Rimbayu Sdn Bhd, an associate company of IJM Land, is expecting to launch Phase 2 and 3 of Bandar Rimbayu by the end of 2013 and early 2014 following overwhelming interest in its Phase 1 called The Chimes. For the two phases combined, close to 1,000 units will be available to purchasers.

Bandar Rimbayu, a mixed township designed based on the green city concept, is spread over 1,879 acres close to Kota Kemuning and the Kota Permai Golf Course in Shah Alam.

“We are pleased to share details of Bandar Rimbayu’s progress as many potential homeowners have indicated their interest since we first launched the township in May 2012. A large number of homeowners today embrace the green township concept, which is an important aspect of Bandar Rimbayu’s appeal. Homeowners of the future want a residence complete with a holistic lifestyle, which compasses eco-friendly living amongst other qualities,” said Datuk Soam Heng Choon, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of IJM Land Bhd.

“There was an overwhelming interest in Bandar Rimbayu’s Phase 1, called Chimes, and in appreciation of their support, we are giving priority to registrants who were not selected for a Chimes unit for a Phase 2 unit instead,” Datuk Soam added. Bandar Rimbayu’s Phase 2 will consist of 22’ x 80’ and 24’ x 80’ double-storey link homes.

The Chimes comprises link homes with a choice of two layouts. The 22’ x 75’ unit has a built-up area of 2,179 sq ft and is priced from RM577,800, while the 24’ x 75’ unit has a 2,322 sq ft builtup area and is priced from RM649,800.

The Chimes homes are expected to be completed by 2015.

The balloting for Chimes was held recently at Holiday Villa Subang Jaya.

Artist’s impression of The Chimes.

Artist’s impression of Bandar Rimbayu from a bird’s eye view.


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