EcoWorld's RM8.58b Eco Ardence township receives 85% take-up since September launch

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SHAH ALAM (Nov 30): Eco World Development Group Bhd's (EcoWorld) RM8.58 billion township Eco Ardence has received an 85% take-up since its launch in September this year.

At the opening of the Eco Ardence sales gallery today, EcoWorld's chairman Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin said the 533-acre freehold Eco Ardence's first phase consists of 432 semi-D and bungalow units, priced from RM1.3 million.

"The group is delighted to open this new sales gallery, after the very successful launch of Phase 1 of Eco Ardence in September. With a full-fledged gallery in place, we will now be able to serve our customers better and showcase the project to its full extent," he said.

Eco Ardence is located with access via four major highways — the New Klang Valley Expressway, Federal Highway, Elite Highway and the Guthrie Corridor. 

Via these highways, the project is 11km to Klang, 16km to Subang Jaya, 18km to Petaling Jaya, 24km to Damansara, 30km to Kuala Lumpur and 52km to KLIA.

EcoWorld President and chief executive officer Datuk Chang Khim Wah said the response for Eco Ardence had been very encouraging, as it is an ideal township for upgraders from surrounding townships.

"We see a huge potential for this market from surrounding matured developments such as Klang, Setia Alam and Subang Jaya. With the sales gallery up and running, we will be able to showcase Eco Ardence to more people and serve customers with our warm EcoWorld hospitality," he said.

Eco Ardence offers gated and guarded landed strata homes with 20-feet back lane gardens. 

Chang added that home designs suitable for all walks of life have also been incorporated. 

"The entire master plan for Eco Ardence is designed to cater for walking and cycling from one point to another, via dedicated walkways and cycling paths to promote a healthy lifestyle for our residents," Chang said.

The developer aims to achieve a Green Building Index certified township status, and conservation efforts are prioritised to that end.