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Saturday, November 3, 2007

Oh, for the peace of Shah Alam


Getting claustrophobic about living in the hustle and bustle of Kuala Lumpur's prime areas? Then head westward to Shah Alam for some relief: Taman Seri Kandis and Phase 4B of Bukit Bandaraya may just provide the solution.

Space and style are what the two developments by Kumpulan Lebar Daun (KLD) have to offer. Located in Section 36, Taman Seri Kandis will only have 57 double-storey terraces on 4.75 acres of freehold land.

"Buyers can get houses with bigger land areas in Shah Alam, and at a reasonable price too. We are offering units from RM269,999 for the 20ft by 103ft lots, to a maximum of RM456,999," KLD executive director Noorazhar Muhd Nurdin said at their launch recently.

The company's other project, Phase 4B of Bukit Bandaraya, will be built on 6.29 acres of leasehold land in Section U11, with 69 units of double-storey terraces called Marinha and 19 called Marica.

They will come in dimensions of 20ft by 70ft, with the Marinha homes featuring a built-up area of 2,139sq ft and Marica, 1,789sq ft. Both will have four bedrooms and three bathrooms.

Prices for Marinha range from RM295,000 to RM319,000 and Marica from RM362,626 to RM532,369.

Developed by KLD's wholly owned Lebar Daun Development Sdn Bhd, the RM15.9 million Taman Seri Kandis will be completed by October 2009 and the RM30 million Phase 4B of Bukit Bandaraya two months later.

Work on both projects started recently.

"We are confident of good sales," Noorazhar said, adding that 20 per cent of the units in the two projects have been taken up.

Besides several "mamak" restaurants, the other amenities available in the area include convenience stores, boutiques, food stores, banks, recreational facilities, shopping malls and hypermarkets.

KLD's other projects in Shah Alam, include the 163-acre D'Kayangan and 297-acre Bukit Bandaraya adjacent to the Bukit Seri Cahaya Agricultural Park, have a total gross development value of RM2.8 billion.

These two are mixed developments in Section 13 and Section U11, which are currently 40 per cent completed. D'Kayangan is expected to be completed by 2014 while Bukit Bandaraya in the next seven years.

KLD has a landbank of close to 1,000 acres around the Klang Valley, 60 per cent of it still unutilised. It is also planning a triple-tower business centre and a mixed development in Section U10.

By New Straits Times (By Zuhaila Sedek)

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