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Friday, February 3, 2012

Freehold project located next to Bukit Lanjan Forest Reserve

New phases: Low (right) and Ferdaus with the scaled models of Damansara Foresta.

With the scarcity of land in Selangor and especially in the greater Petaling Jaya, condominium dwellers don’t have the luxury of being surrounded by a green lung or natural environment. But now they will, with the ongoing freehold residential development of Damansara Foresta, being developed by Land & General Bhd in Bandar Sri Damansara.

Positioned as freehold “residential homes within nature”, this project is located next to the Bukit Lanjan Forest Reserve.

The overall project site consists of 17ha whereby only 8.5ha will be developed for residential development, leaving the remaining half as green lung especially for residents.

“The land area will be filled with no less than 3,000 trees to filter out city noises and airborne pollutants and supply natural fresh air,” said the company’s managing director Low Gay Teck.

The prime development will have good access to all parts of the Klang Valley via the Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP), MRR2, New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) and Sprint Highway.

Phase 1 of the project consists of four blocks ranging from 227 to 327 units for each block. The unit size ranges from 1,400 to 1,600 sq ft to a luxurious penthouse of above 3,000 sq ft.

The selling price for Phase 1 ranges from RM500 to RM600 psf with a maintenance fee of 25 sen psf.

“We have sold 99% of Block 1 and 95% of Block 2. Our theme is to provide living in harmony with nature.

“We are now constructing Phase 1 which consists of four blocks of condos on a 6.9ha site. Registration is now open for the third block and the official launch will be held this month,” he added.

Within the vicinity, the residents of Damansara Foresta will also enjoy a natural park as well as other facilities including a jungle trek, hammock garden, tree house, camping site, lookout points and yoga zone.

There will be a three-tier security system comprising the main entrance guardhouse, a guard at the lobby area and access card security in the elevator as well as two parking bays for each unit.

“For Phase 1, residents can enjoy a big swimming pool, roof-top garden on each block, hanging bridges and pergolas.

“As a developer, we strive to provide functionality, accessibility and practicality. Therefore, every level of the condo will be accessible from the parking ramp for added convenience.”

The units come with a spacious living room.

“We spend a lot of time designing the units so residents can enjoy a luxurious space for living in an efficient manner. It gives them a sense of spaciousness,” said Low.

The company’s executive director Ferdaus Mahmood said the entire property was 180 metres above sea level.

“We’re selling lifestyle. Each unit comes with kitchen cabinets and air-conditioning points too,” said Ferdaus.

For all the four phases, a total of 2,700 units will be built. Phase 1 has 928 units.

By The Star

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