The developer is the main subsidiary of Farglory Group (遠雄集團), whose business interests also include Farglory Life Insurance Co (遠雄人壽), Farglory Hotel Co (遠雄悅來飯店), the Farglory Free Trade Zone (遠雄自由貿易港區), Taiwan Solar Energy Corp (元晶太陽能) and Golden Biotechnology Corp (國鼎生物科技). Sales had been difficult last year until December when buying interest for large luxury apartments showed an evident increase, Chang said. The company set a sales target of NT$36.5 billion for last year and achieved NT$30 billion, she said. The new goal requires NT$102 million in sales each day this year with a view to selling all remaining units in Guishan and Cingshuei, Chang said. “At Farglory-built apartments, having AI butlers is no longer a dream but part of everyday life,” Farglory general manager Tang Chia-feng (湯佳峰) said.
Source: Taipei Times January 12, 2018 15:56 UTC