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FUJIAN — Following a string of successful projects such as One Residence @ Sekinchan, SB Perdana and Sungkai Perdana, KM Land Group is now spreading its wings and looking beyond our shores to embark on a unique development in San Ming City within China's Fujian Province.
According to the developer, it has been invited by the Chinese Government to a jointventure
with the San Ming Shaolin Martial Arts and Academic School to expand the premier martial arts institution to the city and include a residential enclave in close proximity.
The firstofitskind project will span over 50 acres of land that will consist of a college and residential development comprising 118 units of Lecture Villas, and have a gross development value of approximately RM500 million.
Phase 1 of the project, covering 30 acres of the land, and will include a new college as part of the school's expansion plans that will cover 1.2 million square feet and accommodate up to 5,000 students.
"As education becomes an even more important facet in today's society and the world we live in, we strongly believe this unique development with the building of one of the best educational institutions will be an iconic project for the Republic of China," said Kee Iian Yong, founder and managing director of KM Land Group.
"The college will feature a stateoftheart reception hall, library, laboratory, stadium, martial arts hall, swimming pool, jogging track, covered basketball courts, football field, cafe and hostel blocks, to name a few," he said.
Kee added that the establishment of the San Ming Martial Art & Academic College in Fujian City assembles an ultimate experience in learning timeless knowledge and expertise.
The residential development, he said, will embrace different and interesting designs, which will be built on a raised plateau and on forest ridge lots.
"Moreover, 17.5 acres has been allocated for lush landscaped areas and a forest park in this private estate, just for the enjoyment of its residents," said Kee.
The new project is poised to be known as the greenest development in China, with the preservation of environment and unique flora and fauna.
The 50acre San Ming City project will consist of a college and residential development comprising 118 units of Lecture Villas.