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Friday October 1, 2010

Latest development in Bangi receives good response

THE I&P Group’s latest housingproject is the Phase 3P3 double-storey semi-detached “Ilmu 1”, built around the theme of tropical contemporary design, was launched recently.

During a Hari Raya carnival in Alam Sari, Bangi, visitors were able to view the newly completed show unit.

The Alam Sari “Neighbourhood of Academia” is a 175ha freehold township located in Bangi with other prominent landmarks like the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), German-Malaysian Institute (GMI) and the Malaysian Nuclear Agency

Zaini Yusoff, general manager (Central Region 3, Group Strategiy and Planning), said Alam Sari was first launched in November 2007 and since then it had received good response from the public.

Natural lighting: The dining hall is separated from the main hall.

“Alam Sari will have more than 3,300 houses, a mixture of terrace, cluster and bungalows. It is easily accessible from the KL-Seremban highway via the Kajang Interchange, Bangi or the Bandar Seri Putra Interchange,’’ said Zaini.

He said upon completion, the township would have an estimated population of 17,000 residents.

A total of 20 units will be offered, with prices ranging from RM914,888 to RM1,025,888.

There are two types of design to choose from and the houses come with a built-up starting from 3,130 sq ft to 3,175 sq ft with a lot size of 40’ x 80’.

The expected completion date for the Phase 3P3 is December 2011.

Zaini said the Alam Sari development was the biggest freehold development under the group and the units were sold under the “I’m Home with I&P” concept, the very spirit that drives I&P Group towards planning, product and service excellence.

Sleek design: The contemporary kitchen in the semi-detached bungalow in the Alam Sari project.

“This is seen as the end-user’s most desired reaction upon interacting and dealing with the company and its people, and the internalisation of this essence has seen the company chalking up one milestone after another,’’ he said.

The latest of such a milestone is the merger and rationalisation exercise with Island & Peninsular Berhad, Petaling Garden Sdn Bhd and Pelangi Sdn Bhd.

Established in May 2009, this new coalition offers a combined track record of more than 130 years in the property development business.

Together, they have also delivered homes in more than 60 well-known townships across Malaysia.

Other I&P developments spanning the central and southern region include: Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur; Seri Beringin, Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur; Bandar Kinrara, Puchong; Alam Impian, Shah Alam; Alam Sari, Bangi; Temasya Glenmarie, Shah Alam; Alam Damai, Cheras; Bayuemas, Klang; Bandar Baru Seri Petaling; Taman Perling, Johor Baru; Taman Rinting, Johor Baru, and Taman Pelangi Indah, Johor Baru,

If you have any upcoming projects, property sales previews or launches to highlight, e-mail us at metro@thestar.com.my

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