Thursday, September 26, 2013

Miri Waterfront Transformation Project: Biggest facelift of decade for Miri in the offing

Miri is primed for one of its biggest facelift of the decade under the landmark Miri Waterfront Transformation Project.

The project which will see the development of a five-star luxury hotel, a modern 18-storey highrise apartment suites, and 10 units of supersize shop houses by 2015 has a total gross development value of RM450 million.

Unique Harvests project director Alice Hu Yun Bin said the mega project would complement the city’s reputation as one of the country’s robust growth areas.

“The construction work for the entire development will take place concurrently, and both high rise buildings will go up at the same. The entire project is scheduled to be completed in two years, with completion anticipated in the fourth quarter of 2015,” said Hu.

“One of the main components of the transformation is the 18-storey private strata titled suites — the Wharf.

The Wharf is a 99-year leasehold private development encompassing all 3 bedroom detached and semi-detached units from the sixth floor onwards, and offers modern lifestyle facilities on the fifth floor such as swimming pool, the very first Sky Garden in Miri, gym, aerobics room, multi-purpose hall, pool deck, BBQ pits and many more,” Hu pointed out.

The Suites with the size of 1531 sq ft to 1760 sq ft will be semi-furnished and are priced between RM926,888 and RM1,091,688 depending on unit location.

The five-star luxury hotel consists of 328 spacious rooms and suites, and will include facilities such as a ballroom with a seating for up to 1,000 people, six other function rooms, all with modern meeting facilities, a signature infinity pool with pool deck and children’s pool, a private spa with sauna, steam room and jacuzzi, gym and aerobics, F&B outlets, including coffee house with a modern open buffet concept and a private lounge on the top floor.