Naza TTDI’s MET 1 Residences on track for completion in 4Q22

From left: Naza TTDI assistant general manager of planning and development Johan Saleimi Kamin, China Construction Yangtze River (Mal) Sdn Bhd deputy general manager 2 Jiang Xiang Yang, China Construction Yangtze deputy general manager 1 Cherry Peng, Naza TTDI CEO Daniel Lim Hin Soon, Naza TTDI project directors of planning and development Lee Man Chong and Clifford Tan Wee Meng.

KUALA LUMPUR: Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd’s MET 1 Residences, an integrated project with a gross development value (GDV) of RM1.37bil, is on track for completion in the fourth quarter of this year.

“We look forward to the delivery of MET 1 Residences by this year and reaffirm our commitment to accelerate the development pace for KL Metropolis, which is expected to be the next most sought-after address for the new generation with its modern, inclusive and sustainable ecosystem.

“We have reached the final floor of MET 1 Residences which is Level 55 even after the 2 years of the pandemic. Our near completion during those difficult times only shows that Naza TTDI is committed to the project and proceed to its full completion,” CEO Daniel Lim said in a statement.

MET 1 integrated development comprises an office tower, Somerset serviced apartments, MET 1 Residences and three levels of retail mall which are also under development.

There are four typical layouts available at MET 1 with built-up areas ranging from 677 sq ft to 1,613 sq ft. Each unit features a floor plan that resembles either semi-detached or a bungalow layout, depending on the built-up area, to offer comfortable space and innovative design.

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