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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Utusan Seni's semidees attract upgraders in USJ

ResTrees in USJ 17, Subang Jaya; first two phases all sold out

PETALING JAYA: Homeowners looking to upgrade in the Subang Jaya area has taken to Utusan Seni Sdn Bhd’s (Utusan Seni) development of semi-detached homes in USJ 17, Subang Jaya.

The development called ResTrees – Utusan Seni's maiden foray into property development – is doing well with its first two phases already sold out.

The RM140 million project was first launched in August last year. Its first two phases, comprising 20 units and 36 units respectively, have been 100% taken up while 19 out of 48 units in the third phase have been sold.

“Ninety percent of our buyers are from USJ, with a few from SS 19 Subang Jaya and Shah Alam.
Most of them are upgraders,” said Norhashimah binti Hashim, executive director of Utusan Seni.
Phase 1 of ResTrees offers 2 ½ -storey semidees sized at 3,600 sq ft and tagged at RM1.3 million. Phases 2 and 3, also offering 2 ½ - storey semidees, come with larger builtups of 3,800 sq ft and are priced at RM1,533,800 and RM1,688,800 respectively.

Apart from the semidees, there will also be 10 units of 3-storey bungalows to be launched in June.

According to Norhashimah, these homes, tagged at RM3.8 million each, will have built-ups from 7,000 sq ft and each unit will have a swimming pool.

“We began construction on Phase 1 last August, and it will be completed with CF by this September. At Phase 2, we have already started piling works and this week, we will commence piling works on Phase 3 and the bungalows,” said Norhashimah, adding that the entire ResTrees will be completed at the end of 2009. The show unit, recently completed, was opened to the public last Saturday.

The project takes up 15 acres of leasehold land and the homes have a modern, contemporary concept. The gated and guarded project comes with perimeter fencing, emergency alarm system and 24- hour guard patrol.

According to Norhashimah, the enclave features a lot of greenery and the homes are divided by green landscaping instead of the usual wire fencing. Maintenance fee is RM280 per month, including security and landscaping maintenance.

Utusan Seni is involved in construction, manufacturing, investment and trading. For more information, call 03-5630 1996 / 0069 or visit The show unit is open for viewing daily between 10am and 6pm.

By theSun (by Yeong Ee-Wah)

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