KUCHING: The luxury gated community, La Promenade, will be open to the public for another weekend – Jan 9 to 10, from 9.30am to 5pm.
The extended open house invitation follows a well-attended Family Fun promo last weekend at the 200-acre development.
An estimated 900 people visited La Promenade last weekend, where there were colouring contests, cookie decoration competitions, bike-riding, kite-flying, batik painting classes, balloon giveaways, popcorn, and Black Bean Coffee and Tea.
Hock Seng Lee (HSL) property development general manager Tay Chiok Kee assured the public that the safe standard operating procedure (SOP) would be practised, including QR code scanning at entrances, temperature checks, sanitisation, and the use of face masks.
Extra emphasis would be placed on social distancing this coming weekend.
“As the premier gated community in Sarawak, we endeavour to stay true to our motto of green, safe, and secure. As much as we like to have competitions again, we thought to better be safe than sorry this weekend.
“Nonetheless, members of the public are still welcome to visit La Promenade. We’ll give buggy rides and personal tours of the entire estate, including Precinct Luxe and the upcoming Precinct Grande,” Tay said.
Precinct Luxe comprises 112 units of extra-large superlink homes. Planned as ‘landed condominiums’, Luxe has 24-hour security, clubhouse with salt water pool and gym, and double the norm of landscaping.
Precinct Grande are three-storey duplexes and designer mansions. Unit prices for the gated community range between RM895,000 with Home Ownership Campaign (HOC) and RM3.8 million.
Early 2021 is shaping up to be a busy time for La Promenade and the developer. In late January, the mall is officially opening to the public.
Since late December, a number of eateries and cafes on the mall’s ground floor have been operating at soft launch capacity.
The opening will include Choice Supermarket, Hock King Authentic Chicken Rice, Taka Patisserie, Black Bean Coffee & Tea, and kiosks such as Saranut and Funhut.
Opening by early February will be NOMS, followed by a premium boba tea outlet, Australian-inspired Mr Domus and an art gallery.
Recently, HSL also signed up Oppein, a new branch of the worldwide home projects provider, which is Asia’s largest cabinetry manufacturer.
“Our fourth-floor corporate social responsibility lots are now in the designing process. Tenants like Hope Place, Helping Hands, and Bodhi Counselling will add invaluable warmth to this community mall,” said leasing manager Trish Lui.
For more info, visit hsl.com.my, look up @hslcn on social media, or call 013 836 5566.