Offering expansive living
KUALA LUMPUR (June 5): HIL Industries Bhd will unveil its first product on Carey Island, an intergenerational development called Carey Circles, sometime in the second half of this year. Located within the 1,938-acre Amverton Cove, the RM183.3 million development will consist of 141 one-storey stratified bungalows that will come in six designs.

Cover Story: Intergenerational living
on Carey Island
The pandemic has required property developers to relook at their projects and tweak their designs to cater for possible future lockdowns and provide what many of us take for granted — space.