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Friday, January 27, 2012

Saujana Rawang offers an out-of-the-city abode

Well spread out: The Botania units comprise Phase 11 of Saujana Rawang township, and will be located nearby the plots allocated for linked shoplots.

For aspiring homeowners who wish to avoid the saturated city market, the Saujana Rawang Township, developed by Glomac, may offer a viable alternative.

The project will be developed under Phase 11 of the township, with intermediate units measuring 22’ x 70’.

Assistant general manager Gary Goh said there would be a total of 160 units built under this phase, although it would be broken up into further sub-phases.

Pleased: Goh (left) and Ezwan at the launch of Phase 11B of the Botania units at the new Saujana Rawang township.

“Right now, we are already fully booked for Phase 11A, which comprises the first 30 units of Botania homes. Phase 11B which was recently launched will have another 27 homes,” said Goh.

He added that the sub-phases 11C and 11D, which comprised 52 units each, could possibly be launched together.

“It will be 160 units in total, and we are expecting this phase to be completed two years from now, by the end of 2013,” Goh said.

The two-storey units are built in modern contemporary style, with four bedrooms, a utility room and three bathrooms.

“The intermediate units are priced at RM419,882, while corner units will of course cost more. This makes Botania an ideal solution for people looking to buy property with a budget of RM500,000.

“They will be able to afford landed property even though it is some distance away from the city,” said sales and marketing manager Ezwan Zainal.

Ezwan noted that there were eight more development phases left for Saujana Rawang as the township had more commercial and residential areas to develop, including medium-to-high priced apartments as well as two lakes which allowed for recreational activities.

“We are also building another access road into the township as the current one can get too congested at times. So the new road we are building will allow residents and visitors to enter Saujana Rawang without traffic problems,” said Ezwan.

It was estimated by Ezwan and Goh that the future development phases would take another five years for completion.

“Our first buyers were primarily bumiputras but we are also seeing many Chinese buyers now showing interest in this township as well,” Ezwan noted.

He explained that recent developments in the area, such as the opening of an Aeon Jusco shopping centre in Rawang had contributed to the influx of buyers into Saujana Rawang, and that the township’s own phased development would further increase the already encouraging take-up rate.

By The Star

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