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Monday, January 21, 2008

Spectacular Twins set to rise in Damansara Heights


An artist's impression of the Twins at Damansara Heights

PETALING JAYA: The luxury high-rise residences of Twins at Damansara Heights have chalked-up an additional take-up rate of 20% since its launch earlier this month, bringing the project’s overall sales to 70%, said Eric Ooi, managing director of Knight Frank Malaysia, the development’s exclusive marketing agent.

The project is being developed by four established property players, Malaysia’s Lion group, the real estate investment arm of American International Group Inc, Singapore-based Koh Maju, and Heeton Holdings Ltd through a joint-venture company known as Panareno Sdn Bhd.

The 2.17-acre, freehold Twins at Damansara Heights fronts Jalan Damanlela and is adjacent to Jalan Johar in the Damansara Heights area. The development offers 318 units of residential suites housed in twin 36-storey blocks with a gross development value of approximately RM420 million.

There are seven unit types, with sizes for standard units from 766 to 2,078 sq ft and the penthouse suites from 2,171 to 5,261 sq ft. Prices are at an average of RM860 psf.

Facilities include two sky gymnasiums, an exercise studio, swimming pool, landscaped gardens and home security systems.

“The unique selling feature for this project is the sky gymnasiums located on the rooftop. Although this type of space is expensive, the developer chose to offer buyers this feature as they knew that gymnasiums are fast becoming the favourite facility in developments,” said Ooi.

Buyers can expect quality finishes of teak timber strips for the bedrooms, imported marble for the living, dining areas and master bathrooms and as well as a modern kitchen complete with builtin cabinets, fittings, and selected electrical appliances.

The project’s fa├žade is a fusion of glass and metal from the concept architect — Singapore’s Axis Architects Planners.

The local architect is Veritas Architects. Clouston Design, whose projects include Sierramas Resorts Homes, Suria Stonor and Putrajaya Waterfront, has been appointed as the landscape architect.

Twins at Damansara Heights is slated for completion end-2010. It is accessible via Jalan Damansara, Jalan Maarof, Jalan Semantan and the Sprint Highway. For details, call Knight Frank at 03-20951199.

By theSun (by Allison Lee)



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