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Monday, January 14, 2008

YTL boutique offices enjoy brisk sales

YTL Land & Development Bhd's latest boutique offices at its Sentul West & Sentul East project in Kuala Lumpur was 90 per cent sold by the end of the first preview day last week.

The company expects demand for the 80-unit boutique offices, called d6, to follow that of d7, which is Sentul's first commercial project that was sold out when it was launched four months ago.

NEW GENRE: An artist's impression of the d6 office units, which are priced from RM450 per sq ft, with sizes ranging from 1,091 sq ft to 3,758 sq ft.

YTL Land executive director Datuk Yeoh Seok Kian attributed the strong demand to the importance placed by buyers for having a reputable address with a new genre of offices to reflect their products and services.

"As a result, in spite of a 20 per cent price increase from d7, we have continued to sustain the interest of the market with d6, proving the underlying strength of Sentul as Kuala Lumpur's next thriving commercial hub," he said in a statement.

The d6 office units are priced from RM450 per sq ft, with sizes ranging from 1,091 sq ft to 3,758 sq ft.

The RM100 million freehold d6 development features three office layouts - Sky Offices, which are duplex units with glass skylights and an internal courtyard; Garden Offices with a landscaped garden terrace; and Office Suites with its own pantry, store and a spacious interior.

The office-building will be fully broadband-enabled, equipped with 24-hour state-of-the-art security systems and accompanied by retail and food and beverages outlets.

"Together with d7, the d6 boutique offices are set to bring a new lease of energy into Sentul East's stylish cosmopolitan environment, as both developments are interlinked through a sky bridge that stretches over Jalan Sentul," YTL Land said.

By New Straits Times

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