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Monday, November 26, 2007

PPB launches D'Heron at the Lakes

One of the country's leading construction and development companies, Putrajaya Perdana Bhd (PPB), which has created several iconic and award winning projects in the federal administrative capital of Putrajaya, has launched a new waterfront property there.


Taking further its venture into prestigious projects, it launched D'Heron at the Lakes by throwing open the doors to its newly-furnished RM1 million show house at the high-end Precinct 16.

The development boasts 19 energy-efficient bungalows on a 6.4-acre site overlooking the pristine Putrajaya Wetlands.

The units will come in lot sizes of 10,000sq ft to 16,000sq ft, with built-ups ranging from 4,604sq ft to 4,897sq ft, all within convenient reach of facilities and amenities within Putrajaya, PPB chief operating officer Mak Hong Seng said.

"The urban resort designed lakefront bungalows, coupled with the extravagance of a large garden, will provide a haven-like retreat for buyers ... it will be a great feeling at D'Heron at the Lakes, where one can wake up to the call of migratory birds, especially the herons," he said. The units will be built by PPB's wholly-owned Senandung Budiman Sdn Bhd.

An ISO-certified company, PPB has developed its own niche technology and specialisation, becoming an established leader in designing and constructing energyefficient buildings for the public and private sectors. It has also widely adopted the Industrialised Building System.

Incorporated in July 1998 as a vehicle for the joint development of Putrajaya, PPB has secured projects worth in excess of RM5.5 billion.

Among the projects it has built are Universiti Teknikal Malaysia in Malacca, the Ministry of Finance Complex and Boulevard, the Energy Commission's headquarters and Wisma Tani, all in Putrajaya, and CT4 @ Westport, Pulau Indah.

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By New Straits Times (By G. Umakanthan)

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