Excellent choice for the industry

An artist’s impression of the versatile, semi-detached factory units available under Phase 4A of the Batu Kawan SME Village.

Both are located on the state’s mainland — within the Batu Kawan SME Village, as well as the Bukit Minyak Industrial Park.

Those considering a property for an industrial enterprise, should check them out at the fair in Queensbay Mall from tomorrow to Sunday.

PDC’s 60.7ha (150-acre) Batu Kawan SME Village is a multi-stage development, with Phases 1 to 3 already completed. Currently under construction is Phase 4A.

Launched in December 2017 and slated for completion in early 2019, this has 20 semi-detached factory units with built-ups of 6,939sq ft.

Land sizes differ, with typical units at 13,799sq ft and corner ones at 16,038sq ft.

A handful of the terrace units with CCC obtained at the Bukit Minyak Industrial Park are available.
A handful of the terrace units with CCC obtained at the Bukit Minyak Industrial Park are available.

Prices start from RM3.75mil and RM3.87mil respectively, excluding GST.

The project is strategically located at the crossroads of the North-South Highway and Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah Bridge, offering operators here good accessibility to various transport networks and large catchments of potential clientele to tap from.

As it is integrated with the overall development of Batu Kawan, it has a well-planned traffic system with ample parking spaces.

Buyers needing a ready unit can opt for the completed terrace factories located in the northern quarter of the Bukit Minyak Industrial Park.

Still available are six units which have built-ups of 3,087sq ft.

These are priced at RM975,000 excluding GST. CCC was obtained in November 2016.

To find out more about these, visit PDC at booth B2 during the four-day fair, open from 10.30am to 10.30pm daily. Entrance is free.

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