LBS celebrated another milestone with the residents of LBS Alam Perdana township with the handing over of keys to proud homeowners of Simfoni Perdana and Irama Perdana.
This first two phases of LBS Alam Perdana township were the first-ever LBS projects built using the Industrialised Building System (IBS) components supplied by MGB Berhad, a subsidiary company of LBS. MGB Berhad has teamed up with SANY Construction Industry Development (M) Sdn. Bhd. to open its first permanent IBS precast concrete plant in Nilai.
LBS Group Managing Director, Tan Sri Lim Hock San, said, “LBS is constantly looking for new measures to build homes that satisfy the needs of homebuyers, as well as build it faster and better. Thanks to the application of IBS technology, we have successfully completed the homes 9 months ahead of schedule. We are delighted to celebrate the beginning of their new chapter of life together.”
Tan Sri Lim also pointed out that LBS Alam Perdana is another signature township project that bears LBS’ hallmark features of affordability, connectivity and community; where homes are built to inspire and enrich life.
First launched in 2017, LBS Alam Perdana is a fully gated and guarded township situated on a 469.86-acre plot of land in Bandar Puncak Alam, Selangor. Phase one, Simfoni Perdana, comprises 980 units of townhouses equipped with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. With built-up areas from 1,191 sq ft, the units are priced from RM408,000.
Meanwhile, phase two, Irama Perdana, offers 673 units of double-storey terraced houses priced from RM509,900. Each unit has an average built-up area of 1,208 sq. ft. and is equipped with four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Tan Sri Lim elaborated, “LBS Alam Perdana township is one of the main focus for LBS over the next few years. So far, all units of phase one, Simfoni Perdana, and phase two, Irama Perdana, with Gross Development Value of RM711.2 million, have been almost sold out since its debut in October 2017 and we are confident that the remaining launches will continue to receive strong responses, given its strategic location and improved connectivity.”