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Monday, December 3, 2007

New link to benefit all


Unlocking the value of land can come through various means. And for developer Negara Properties Bhd, this also means providing added value for its purchasers, which came in the form of the unveiling of the Nilai Impian direct link recently.

The RM6 million 1km stretch provides a direct link from the Nilai Interchange of the North- South Highway to the Nilai Impian township, allowing residents to access their homes faster - five minutes as against 20 before and more conveniently.

"This direct link will benefit not only the residents of Nilai Impian, but also those in the neighbourhood and future developments within Nilai," Negara Properties chief executive officer Wan Hashimi Albakri W.A.A. Jaffri said.

The company's latest project, Warisan Villa at Nilai Impian, will also benefit from this link, he said, besides some of the earlier developments such as Camellia Court, Nilai Heights and Aseana Villa.

Warisan Villa, with its unique overall modern architectural theme blended with elements of the traditional Malay kampung house, "is well suited to meet the needs of modern day living".

It will also feature a singleentry point for greater security in what is envisioned to be a "very exclusive enclave" of 6.6 units per acre, with generous parks and streetscape features.

"We will have 70 units of twin villas side-by-side semi-dees as well as back-to-back semi-dees, besides three bungalows in Warisan Villa. The first phase will see the construction of 30 units of semi-dees, with gross development value of RM32 million, on 11.07 acres," Wan Hashimi said.

The price for a unit with a built-up area of 2,014sq ft starts from RM366,199, while 2,192sqft units are from RM399,499.

"We have plans in the pipeline for two more residential projects and one commercial centre for our current financial year that ends in June next year," he added.

It makes sense for Negara Properties to invest further in Nilai, he said, as its projects there have been doing well since first launched in 1996.

"Nilai has everything going for it... it is close to Port Klang, the federal administrative centre of Putrajaya and the KL International Airport.

"It is also an education hub and will soon be home to a research and development centre ... one cannot go wrong with Nilai."

By New Straits Times (By Yvonne Yoong)

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