Berjaya Land CEO Predicts Full Sellout for Times Square 2

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Berjaya Times Square Sdn Bhd (BTS) is optimistic that its recently launched Times Square 2 residential project will be fully sold by the end of the year.

KUALA LUMPUR, 20th May 2024 – Berjaya Times Square Sdn Bhd (BTS) is optimistic that its recently launched Times Square 2 residential project will be fully sold by the end of the year.

BTS executive director Syed Ali Shahul Hameed expressed confidence in the swift sale of the RM625 million project, attributing it to its prime location, modern amenities, competitive pricing, and excellent connectivity.

“I am confident that we will achieve full sales by the end of this year,” stated Syed Ali, who also serves as the group CEO of Berjaya Land Bhd, in a statement.

Situated on Jalan Imbi, next to the Berjaya Times Square mall and Bukit Bintang City Centre, the project comprises 629 serviced residences in a 41-storey tower.

The units vary from 488 sq ft one-bedroom apartments to 1,356 sq ft three-bedroom layouts, with prices ranging from RM688,000 to RM2.65 million.

Meanwhile, BTS executive director Tan Tee Ming highlighted that Times Square 2 provides facilities tailored for urban residents aiming for capital gains and functional layouts.

“Features include hackable walls for combining units, dual-key designs for rental flexibility, and ensuite bathrooms for occupant convenience,” he added.

During the official launch ceremony for the development last Saturday, BTS executive director Tan Tee Ming announced that the project will be released in two phases.

The first phase, comprising 375 units, has already reached a 50% sales rate.

Tan emphasized that residents will benefit from seamless access to public transportation, with direct connections to the KL Monorail, LRT, and MRT lines.

Times Square 2 is intended to complement Berjaya Times Square, which includes a shopping mall, serviced apartments, an indoor theme park, a hotel, and offices.

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