Tan Brothers Machinery Company (TBMC) made its maiden entry into the property development industry in grand fashion with the launch of T1@Bundusan last year (2017).
Monday, 29 January marks an auspicious moment for the company as they received their Occupancy Certificate for their project.
T1@Bundusan comprises of 12 four-storey blocks of commercial shop office, 12 units of dual-volume sky F&B outlets on level 5, a six-storey boutique hotel and a single-storey basement car park which sits on just 1.94 acres of land along Jalan Bundusan.
TBMC project director Matthew Tan Yaw Tzuu described the iconic building as a remarkable piece of art that is set to transform Sabah's topology.
"There is no doubt that this building shows a distinct impression at every angle and will be a benchmark for the commercial designs in the near future" said Tan.
He said that the project was a milestone for TBMC which it achieved through the pioneering collaboration with Mak Arkitek Konsult's Mak Thur Pei, a young architect who won the inaugural Tan Tri Chan Sau Lai Architecture Award by the Malaysian Institute of Architect for fresh and innovative design.
Tan said that the building has been designed with quality in mind and meticulously crafted for those who appreciate the finer things in life.
TBMC launched the "Developer Rental Bearing Scheme" (DRBS) - the first of its kind in Kota Kinabalu during the launching of T1@Bundusan - where prospective tenants to the project would enjoy a 6 months rental subsidy borne by the developer.
"In order to ensure the success of this scheme, we have allocated RM250,000 to subsidize up to 6 months of potential tenants' monthly rental", shared Tan.