S P Setia Bags Double Win at FIABCI Malaysia Property Award 2021

The property developer clinched a double win at the FIABCI Malaysia Property Award (MPA) 2021 on 29 March 2022 at One World Hotel, Petaling Jaya, making the property developer a fourteen-time FIABCI MPA winner.

KL Eco City (KLEC), Kuala Lumpur won the award for the Mixed-Use Development category while Setia Marina 2, Setia Eco Glades in Cyberjaya claimed the Residential (Low Rise) category. The projects are recognised for not only the architecture and design, but also the environmental impact and community benefits they have contributed in the real estate industry.

“Being recognised for our efforts in developing conducive places for both the environment and the community has shown the importance of building sustainably. We are honoured to achieve our 14th win at the FIABCI MPA after receiving the two awards and will continue to strive to deliver innovative and sustainable solutions to our homebuyers and investors,” said S P Setia Executive Vice President, Datuk Tan Hon Lim.

Being Malaysia’s first integrated green development to meet the criteria of Malaysia’s Green Building Index (GBI), the 25-acre KLEC makes its statement as a sustainable and one of the most advanced mixed developments in Malaysia within Kuala Lumpur’s ‘New Golden Triangle’ along the prime location of Jalan Bangsar, next to Mid Valley City.

Setia Marina 2 in Setia Eco Glades, Cyberjaya is an amalgamation of three island phases – the Balinese-inspired Charms of Nusantara, Sanctuary of Western Heritage with a Victorian theme and the Peranakan-influenced Sanctuary of Eastern Heritage. Making up a total of 23.38 acres of the township, each phase is carefully curated to portray the beauty and heritage of different cultures.

It is also master planned to meet the criteria of the Green Building Index (GBI) certification, making its statement as a sustainable development. Apart from that, the gated and guarded township utilises rainwater harvesting, LED lighting and eco-friendly paint as part of its efforts to be greener and reduce carbon footprint.

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