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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Tunas Manja project ready next year

KUANTAN: Tunas Manja Group’s RM110mil flagship project, AmberHill in Taman Melawati, Kuala Lumpur, is scheduled to be completed by June next year.

Located on a 3.8ha site, the gated community project offers 20 bungalows and 30 semi-detached houses set in elevated ground and lush green surroundings.

According to managing director Y.K. Chin, AmberHill comprised luxurious homes of innovative designs and layout with quality finishing.

He said each home was smart equipped with remote controls and monitoring with built-in home alarm systems and Internet connection.

“The bungalow offers a land area of 6,500 to 14,000 sq ft and has seven or eight spacious bedrooms, a private outdoor pool and has three levels.

“The semi-detached home has seven spacious bedrooms, a built-in jacuzzi and also comprises three levels,” Chin said in an interview recently.

The semi-detached units are priced from RM1.6mil to RM1.9mil while the bungalows are priced from RM3mil to RM3.2mil.

Chin noted that since AmberHill was located on elevated ground, the company had taken extra efforts to ensure the project was a safe and solid one.

“To ensure sound slope protection, micro-piling was adopted to preserve the environment from harsh construction work.

“Although micro-piling is relatively costly, it is money well spent as we prefer to invest in the safety of the houses we build,” he added.

Tunas Manja started in the early 1980s as a supermarket operator that later branched out to food processing and wholesale retailing.

In 1992, Chin, who has a background in civil engineering, entered the property development scene with a mixed development project called Taman Tunas Manja in Kuantan.

Since then, it has completed a mixture of residential, commercial and industrial properties, all in Kuantan and its surrounding area with a total sales value of close to RM175mil.

The group’s property development arm, Tunas Capital Sdn Bhd, has several ongoing projects, including the RM91mil D’Embassy in Kuantan, comprising one condominium block and one serviced apartment block.

Chin said the group was always looking for opportunities to expand its property development activities in the Klang Valley but limiting its ventures with smaller projects as they would be easier to plan and manage.

By The Star (by Roslina Mohamad)

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