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Friday, April 4, 2008

Brisk sale of Plaza Damas 3

From left: Maximerge Capital Sdn Bhd CEO Terence Yooi Sing Keen, Michelle Won and Mayland group general manager Yap Boon Teck with a mock cheque at the signing ceremony.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Land Properties Sdn Bhd (Mayland) registered sales of about RM160mil, or a take-up rate of 95%, for its 72 shop offices in Plaza Damas 3 project in Sri Hartamas.

The one-to three-storey shop offices were soft launched last week.

Bulk buyers Maximerge Capital Sdn Bhd and Koperasi Pendidikan Islam Malaysia Bhd took up 18 units worth RM45mil and eight units worth RM20mil respectively.

Marketing manager Michelle Won said other purchasers were from the group's existing clientele.

“Some of the purchasers are tenants from our Plaza Damas 1 and 2 project,” she said at the signing of agreements with Maximerge and Koperasi Pendidikan yesterday.

Won said Plaza Damas 3 would also comprise 1,500 serviced apartments that would be launched in three months.

“Collectively, the entire Plaza Damas 3 project will have a gross development value (GDV) of RM800mil,” she said.

Plaza Damas 3, located within a 15km radius covering Sri Hartamas, Mont' Kiara, Damansara Heights and Kenny Hills, would be linked to the earlier phases via an overhead bridge link, Won said.

Mayland will next be launching its Sri Putramas 3 condominiums in Jalan Kuching and a residential project in Johor Baru.

“The (Sri Putramas 3) project will have a GDV of about RM300mil, and we plan to launch that in three months as well,” she said.

“We will be launching our residential project comprising 400 townhouses in Johor Baru,” Won added, but did not specify a date.

Won also said the group was in the final stages of completing the purchase of 10 acres in the Klang Valley.

Mayland had under 500 acres of undeveloped land, mainly in the Klang Valley and Johor Baru, she added.

By The Star

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