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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Naza TTDI bullish on KL property

The company will launch Platinum Park residences, residential component in Taman Tun Dr Ismail and one residential component in KL Metropolis.

KUALA LUMPUR: Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd, which is optimistic about the property market in Kuala Lumpur, will continue to launch new projects and residential components in its existing projects.

The property development arm of the Naza Group is also launching three high-end residential projects.

Deputy executive chairman and group managing director SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin said the company is still optimistic about the property market in Kuala Lumpur.

"So far, I think we are still going aggressive into 2012, we still continue launching our remaining phases in our current township projects and also our ongoing projects," he told a news conference after the awards ceremony for "Bertam Master Plan & Creative Ideas Competition" last night.

SM Faliq said the company will launch Platinum Park residences, residential component in Taman Tun Dr Ismail and one residential component in KL Metropolis.

The combined gross development value for these projects is about RM1.5 billion.

Earlier, Naza TTDI and Persatuan Arkitek Malaysia (PAM) awarded six participants of the jointly-organised competition.

The competition required participants to submit creative ideas and designs for the masterplan of Naza TTDI's upcoming 333.6ha township in Bertam, Penang.

SM Faliq said the Bertam project is the company's first township development outside the Klang Valley.

"The success of our Bertam township development will serve as a platform for us to foray into development in other parts of the country," he said.

SM Faliq said the competition, which is its third such collaboration with PAM, aims to provide a platform for the architectural fraternity to showcase their expertise.

He added that Naza TTDI is committed to supporting and giving due recognition to local architect firms for their creative and innovative designs.

Naza TTDI had previously collaborated with PAM for respective masterplan competitions for the former's land in Puchong and Shah Alam in 2010.

Among the judging criteria for the competition include innovativeness, environmental-friendly features, the ability to achieve the Green Building Index rating, economical and resource efficiency, world-class qualities and consideration of traffic circulation while conforming to local planning standards and guidelines.

Also present at the awards ceremony were PAM president Ar Saifuddin Ahmad and chief executive officer Ar Paul Lai Chu.

By Business Times

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