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  • Excellent Opportunity To Preview Naim Property Projects
  • Exciting prospect: An artist’s impression of the Bahagia Residences in Miri.

    KUCHING: Naim Land Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Naim Holdings Bhd, will hold a roadshow in Sibu to showcase its developments here, in Miri and Bintulu.

    Its sales and marketing senior general manager Alice Ting said the roadshow was an excellent opportunity for those interested to find out more about Naim’s developments in these key growth areas.

    She said visitors could find out more about its recently-launched upmarket brand, the Naim Signature Collection, which features a range of residential and commercial properties with integrated development, branded finishes, multi-tier security and other special features.

    “We will be showcasing the first product in the collection, the Sapphire on the Park condominium project, which is part of the Kuching Paragon integrated development situated in Jalan Batu Lintang, Kuching.”

    In addition, limited prime street mall units at Naim’s iconic Bintulu Paragon integrated development will be available for sale and lease while Small Office Versatile Office (SoVo) units will be on sale at the roadshow.

    Naim will also feature its new product in Miri, the Bahagia Residences four-storey apartments in Bandar Baru Permyjaya.

    “With their strategic location and affordable prices, they provide a good investment proposition. Their range of built-ups and 24-hour security make Bahagia Residences suitable for singles, couples and families, allowing them to reside with peace of mind.

    “Visitors will also be able to view our hot-selling Phase 5 Pusat Bandar shophouses, located within the prime area of Bandar Baru Permyjaya as well,” Ting said.

    She also urged visitors to take advantage of Naim’s angpow promotions which are available for a limited time only.

    “Exciting early bird offers and other benefits are in store. It’s definitely an opportunity not to be missed.”