Developers celebrate their joint venture

FCW Holdings Bhd chairman Tan Sri Robert Tan (left) and IJM Land Bhd chief executive officer and managing director Datuk Soam Heng Choon looking at a scale model of Riana Dutamas during the Chinese New Year open house at Riana Dutamas Sales Gallery in Jalan Segambut, Kuala Lumpur.

IJM Land Bhd and FCW Holdings Bhd ushered in the Year of the Dog by hosting a Chinese New Year open house at Riana Dutamas Sales Gallery in Jalan Segambut, Kuala Lumpur.

A number of activities were lined up for guests and visitors to enjoy during the event such as tarot card fortune reading, colour calligraphy and dough art.

The highlight was the award- winning acrobatic lion dance troupe, Kun Seng Keng Lion and Dragon Dance Association, which performed jaw-dropping stunts and tricks.

All guests and visitors were then invited to join in a yee sang-tossing session followed by a scrumptious buffet lunch before everyone made their way to the show units to find out more about the freehold units from Savio @ Riana Dutamas.

At the event, guests were informed of their upcoming project – Riana Dutamas by 368 Segambut Sdn Bhd, a joint-venture company between IJM Land Bhd and FCW Holdings Bhd.

Riana Dutamas, to be built along Jalan Segambut, Kuala Lumpur, is designed to offer comprehensive living area for the community.

Savio@Riana Dutamas is the first of Riana Dutamas’ three phases of serviced residences that provide a variety of floor plans to cater to different needs, from young couples and families with children to empty-nesters.

Prices start from RM350,000, inclusive of bumiputera discounts.

The development features recreational areas such as landscaped gardens and cabanas, infinity pool and a playground.

Besides that, residents can enjoy seamless connectivity at its doorstep with the Duke expressway connecting road users to Sprint, NKVE and PLUS highways.

The first phase of the project is scheduled to be completed by 2021 and will be officially launched at mid-year.

IJM Land Bhd central region senior general manager Datuk Hoo Kim See said there would be three phases of the Riana Dutamas project.

“The first phase consists of 1,018 units built on 2.1ha of land.

“I would say that Savio@Riana Dutamas is unique as it has a strategic location, accessibility and convenient transportation modes,” he said during the media preview.

Hoo added, “Building good relationships with your neighbours is the basis of forming a close-knit community that looks out for one another and help each other when someone's in need.

“This is why our developments are centred on encouraging community get-togethers. Events such as Chinese New Year open house can create new opportunities to get to know one another and build friendships.”

Meanwhile, FCW Holdings Bhd director Datuk Anderson Thor Poh Seng said the project would be the company's first property development project.

“We chose to make IJM Land Bhd as our partner because we share the same vision.

“This development focuses on providing the ideal living environment for the whole family.

“You can see our emphasis on community interaction from the layout of the units which is aimed at maximum utilisation.

“Facilities and amenities have been carefully selected to ensure sustainability and maximised interaction,” said Thor, adding that a good home to raise a family was not only about location and proximity to amenities, but also about being close to other people.

On March 11, IJM Land Bhd and FCW Holdings will hold another Chinese New Year open house for the public at the same sales gallery, from 10am to 3pm. For details, visit

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