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Friday, November 18, 2011

Office suites with all the perks

New lifestyle: Ahamad (right) with company executive director Calvin KH Loh and director Chuah Swee Guan posing in front of the model.

Centro Shah Alam is set to offer a new dimension to the city’s business district once the project is completed by the end of 2013.

The project located at the heart of Shah Alam at Section 14 — not too far away from Wisma MBSA — is the first of its kind in Selangor’s capital city.

It comes with the first duplex-flexi office suites with recreational and business facilities.

SCP Property Services Sdn Bhd director Ahamad Latib said the company had came up with an unique concept and expected to attract young entrepreneurs.

Through the project, they wanted to place all the business community under one roof.

“We are providing a centralised venue to house the business people who are currently operating from shophouses in various parts of the city.

“Centro’s office suites with hotel-style ambience are the unique selling point,” he said in an interview recently.

He added that the office comes with an elevated level that could be used as an office for a superior or even a multi-purpose room.

Ahamad said the 20-storey project worth RM120mil was located in a strategic place surrounded by government offices, hotels and shopping malls.

He added that the project was also accessible via the KL-Klang Federal Highway, SPRINT and Lebuhraya Kemuning Shah Alam (LKSA).

Ahamad said 14 floors of the building would be filled with the duplex-flexi offices.

He said the built-up size of the offices were between 775 and 1,388sqft and the units were priced from RM375,000.

“We are offering affordable office spaces in a luxurious environment so entrepreneurs can operate their businesses in a classy and conducive place,’’ he said, adding there were a total of 245 office premises at the project.

Ahamad said a common business centre was available on the fifth floor where office or business meetings could be held.

He said a swimming pool and gymnasium would also be housed on the floor.

“There will be three levels of elevated parking facilities for the benefit of the office owners who are entitled to a designated free parking bay each,’’ he said, adding that visitors would not be provided access to these parking areas.

Ahamad said the first and the second floors would be housed with 15 retail premises comprising food outlets and financial institutions.

He said a carpark with 600 bays would be provided outside the building for visitors.

“Work on the project has started,’’ he said.

By The Star

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