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Town Square Bintulu to create major urban service centre

Posted on February 5, 2013, Tuesday

KUCHING: Town Square Bintulu, a collaborative effort by Ibraco Bhd (Ibraco) and BDA Properties Sdn Bhd, is a comprehensive mixed-development aimed at creating a major urban service centre in the town.

According to a press statement from Ibraco, “Town Square Bintulu will comprise of various commercial-related components, including shop offices, SoHo, an office block, mall, hotel, condominiums and apartments.”

The developer noted that the covered linkway and the innovative concept of the project would be its key element, adding convenience and providing shoppers with a seamless pedestrian experience.

The master plan of Town Square Bintulu spans across 13 hectares and would be developed in phases within the next five years to cater for the fast-growing economy and development in the town.

“Ibraco Group has been involved in real estate and property since 1974. We have over 39 years of proven track records and have built and maintained a good reputation for design, quality construction and timely delivery,” it noted.

The developer will be showcasing 74 units of three-storey modern shophouses at Ibraco House. It described the layout of the shophouses on showcase as wisely organised with features such as covered mall, pedestrian linkway as well as a double-frontage concept to help boost social interactions in the area.

“It is located between Parkcity Commerce Square and Medan Jaya Commercial Centre, guaranteeing excellent connectivity,” the statement explained.

In the future, Ibraco would reveal its SoHo development catering to new-age entrepreneurs and small and medium enterprises. It was also noted to combine the notions of working and living.

For more information, call Ibraco House at 082-361111.

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