UEM Previews Verdi @ Symphony Hills

An artist impression of Verdi eco-dominiums.

UEM Holdings Bhd previewed its newest phase of eco-friendly development, known as Verdi eco-dominiums – a high-rise condominium in Malaysia ICT capital of Cyberjaya, located south of Kuala Lumpur. The event was held in Cyberjaya on 22 January.

Verdi is part of the 98-acre mixed-development of Symphony Hills, an exclusive residential development which is also the country’s first Connected Intelligent Community (CIC) offering smart-home features and community connectivity through high-speed broadband. The estimated gross development value (GDV) is about RM1 billion and could even exceed this value, according to UEM Land’s Managing Director/CEO, Dato’ Wan Abdullah Wan Ibrahim.

Priced from RM451,800 onwards, Verdi comprises two residential towers with Tower 1 consisting  of 44 stories and Tower 2 consisting45 stories. A total of 800 units ranging from 700 sq ft to 1,442 sq ft were introduced with an average of 10 units per floor. Out of the 800 units, 40% is allocated for 3+1-bedroom (320 units), another 40% is for one-bedroom (320 units) and the remaining 20% is for two-bedroom (160 units).

This RM600 million GDV development is situated on 9.16 acres of freehold land. It is a gated-and-guarded community, secured with a three-tier security system including card access system, CCTV cameras as well as 24-hours security services. Subject to stringent Green Building Index (GBI) assessment and certification, a total of six acres of the overall footprint is reserved for landscaping. While enjoying luscious greeneries at Verdi eco-dominium, residents also have access to a host of stellar facilities such as multipurpose hall, gymnasium, family pool, children pool, jacuzzi pool, central garden, gazebo, children playground and a jogging trail.

Cyberjaya is also the location of a number of learning institutions such as LimKokWing University College of Creative Technology, Multimedia University (MMU) and Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences. The area is easily accessible via multiple highways, and is 20 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur via Maju Expressway.