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Forest City is still at the beginning of its development , and reclamation work is in progress. Four artificial islands are expected to appear from the waters of Tebrau Strait, covering a total area which is about 14 square kilometers making Malaysia’s coastline ever closer to Singapore.
In those islands, One of the initial “eco-smart cities of the future” is set to rise and boast an ambitious estimate of 700,000 people expected to live there in 2050. A gigantic modern-day sales center was quickly constructed to greet potential investors and guide them through the scale model, which is covered in green plastic and lined with fancy-looking homes.
Since the beginning of this year the hotel that is rated five stars, Phoenix which is part of a chain owned by Country Garden has opened its doors to overnight guests who wish to extend their stay in what’s still technically speaking, still a construction site, and up to 20 cranes in the vicinity.
In conversation with people living at the beach, we get a feeling of joy and a large degree of joy. “It is good for Johor,” Liza 21, 21-year-old, says to us. She and her family been to Johor to Johor Bahru, Johor’s main city, which is 35km away. “The project is so impressive. I’m hoping that it creates lots of jobs and a lot of foreigners to the country.” Her siblings and parents smile and nod.
Forest City has been advertised as Johor’s bright star Forest City is the ultimate eco-friendly destination located just minutes from Singapore. It is the best option for the well-known Iskandar economic zone is to assert its place in the most innovative metropolitan areas.
The Forest City project has also attracted lots of attention from the media in recent months because of its apparent dependence of China’s mainland Chinese buyers to buy the myriad of properties. More stringent rules regarding individual foreign exchange and use of currency that were imposed by Beijing in the last few months could hinder investors from acquiring a piece of properties within Forest City. The price of an apartment that is small, with two rooms is around $170,000 which is a cost that many Malaysians can’t afford.