May 29, 2014
PT Summarecon Agung Tbk. successfully got a very fantastic record sales through the launch of its newest product, The SpringLake apartment at Summarecon Bekasi City on Saturday, April 26, 2014 last. In just one day, or rather 12 hours, sold 2,247 units of 3 towers launched, Tower Azolla, Basella and Caldesia. Caldesia.
This spectacular achievement becomes its own history for the property business world in Indonesia and for Summarecon itself since it was founded in 1975. The trust from the public or consumers from this Summarecon products , not seperated from a great name of Summarecon and reputation as a developer known that committed to the development and management of any products that are marketed so the value of property products continues to grow larger.
President Director of PT Summarecon Agung Tbk., Johannes Mardjuki, said that the results of the sales Summarecon able to earn an income of Rp 1 trillion of three residential towers in a single day.
Of course this is an extraordinary achievement that is capable in Summarecon achieved, in the current situation of the real estate business which allegedly began to slow down after Bank Indonesia policy.
Another important thing for the success of the sale of the The SpringLake apartment is a very well-planned concept and integrated with the development of Summarecon Bekasi Modern City. As described from Adrianto P. Adhi, Director of PT Agung Tbk Summarecon, "The SpringLake developed on an area of â€‹â€‹8 hectares and located on the edge of the lake with the concept of mixed use, combining commercial and residential functions. The location is very strategic because it is right in front of Summarecon Mall Bekasi even have direct access through the Sky bridge and underpass.
The another way for attraction is very affordable price, ranging from 300 million. Powered by complete facilities from thematic pool, kids pool, lakeside leisure, alfresco dinning, children playground, jogging track, retail shops, multi-function room, 3 Level & on ground parking, 24-hour security with CCTV, and others", Adrianto P. Adhi concluded.