KUALA LUMPUR: WB Land Sdn Bhd’s Frontier Industrial Park project in Johor Baru witnessed another successful launch of its second phase, Frontier 2, recently.
All available units were sold out within seven weeks of launch.
General manager Wong Yen Yap said the project’s overwhelming success is a testament to the robust demand for eco-friendly industrial properties located within a gated and guarded complex.
“All of Frontier 2’s available units of Type A, B, D, E and F have been taken up. We are now releasing the last available type which is Type C semi-detached factories,” Wong said.
The company offers 28 units under this category with a built-up area of 11,114 sq ft and are priced from RM3.843 million to RM4.657 million.
The release of Type C coincides with the completion ceremony of Frontier 1, Wong said adding that the buyers will get their keys in October, which is eight months ahead of schedule.
Launched last year, the 3.52ha Frontier 1 comprises 10 semi-detached factories with built-up areas ranging from 12,278 to 12,592 sq ft.
“Seeing our first project bearing fruits and delivering ahead of time gives us the confidence to strive harder and do better with our future developments,” said head of marketing Kevin Woon
Woon attributed the park’s healthy sales to its central location and unique features such as a gym, jogging tracks and pavilions.
“We provide a dormitory for workers so buyers do not have to worry where to house workers. Our buyers particularly love this,” he said.
We have gone into the details to make Frontier 2 a homely place for industries to thrive,” he added.
With a gross development value of RM600 million, the 55.03ha Frontier Industrial Park is being built over three phases with overall completion by July 2018.
The park clinched the “Five-star Best-in-Malaysia” award under the industrial category at the recently held Asia Pacific Property Awards 2014.