Naza and Pride unveil TTDI Segaris

PETALING JAYA: Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd and Prasarana Integrated Development Sdn Bhd (Pride) has launched TTDI Segaris, the first duplex project in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur.

The 28-storey leasehold project is located on 1.01 acres in Persiaran Zaaba. Of the 185 units, 153 will be duplexes and the remaining 32 single-floor units. Sizes range from 721 sq ft to 1,464 sq ft. It is priced at RM1,100 per sq ft and is expected to be completed 48 months after the signing of the sale and purchase agreement.

“TTDI Segaris demonstrates our continued presence in Taman Tun Dr Ismail from when we first developed it in 1974.

“TTDI has a proven track record of good capital appreciation and rental yield for all its properties. Our most recent developments like TTDI Ascencia and TTDI Plaza are examples of good property investments,” said Naza TTDI group managing director SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin.

“Naza TTDI is a reputable institution and among the leaders of the industry. We are honoured to have this working relationship and to contribute to the success of the project and development of Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley,” said Pride CEO Datuk Mohd Zahir Zahur Hussain.

Pride was set up as a platform for Prasarana Malaysia Bhd to tap and maximise on the economic potential of its government-assigned land banks and real estate. Being in the transport infrastructural development sector, Prasarana is the owner of several transit-oriented development projects.

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