TTDI Harta wins estate award


PETALING JAYA: TTDI Harta Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Naza TTDI, won the Cityscape Asia Real Estate Awards 2008 under the Future Commercial Development category for its Laman Seri Business Park, Shah Alam.

The awards ceremony in Singapore was attended by over 300 industry leaders and was held in conjunction with the Cityscape Asia exhibition at the Suntec Conference and Exhibition Centre from April 15 to 17.

A panel of international judges rated each project on its contribution to world architecture, culture invention and imagination, respect for the people and environmental awareness and appropriateness in the emerging and recently developing countries in the Asian region with winners recognised in 12 categories.

TTDI group managing director Datuk Johan Ariffin said the award testified to TTDI’s goal of making the business park the best commercial development in Shah Alam.

The 8.245-acre Laman Seri Business Park has six blocks of four- and five-storey shop offices that will feature modern contemporary façade, dual frontage and wide pedestrian walkways. There are 900 parking bays at basement and surface level.

Datuk Johan Ariffin (second from left) with (from left) Naza TTDI senior manager ofmarketing and sales SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin, planning, contracts and quality assuranceMD Myrzela Sabtu and finance senior MD Tan Poh Hock.

There will also be a 37,000 sq ft central events piazza for alfresco dining and water features such as ponds, a creek and synchronised water fountains with fibre optic lighting.

To date, more than 30% of the 46 units had been sold.

The expected yields are around 8.3% per annum or RM18,000 per month for a four-storey shop office. Each strata floor is priced from RM403,000.

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