Apartments on track for 2021

(From left) Setiakon Builders Sdn Bhd director Datuk Kuan Ah Hock, Chong, IJM Land’s Datuk Soam Heng Choon, Tan Sri Robert Tan Hua Choon, Thor, Foh Meng Wha and Setiakon Builders director Tan Tong Kwee at the topping-up ceremony of Savio@Riana Dutamas, held at the rooftop of the serviced apartment development in Jalan Segambut. — ART CHEN/The Star

SAVIO, the first of a three-phase mixed integrated development at Riana Dutamas, is expected to be the landmark of the emerging prime area in Segambut soon.

The 37-storey tower with a gross development value (GDV) of RM565mil is now 70% completed.

The 1,018-unit Savio, which has a selection of layouts to meet the various needs of multiple generations, is on track for its targeted completion in 2021.

However, Savio Multi-Generational Suites has achieved a take-up rate of 90% with its affordable price, location, great connectivity and value propositions, piquing keen interest from home buyers and investors alike.

IJM Land Bhd and its joint venture partner, FCW Holdings Bhd, co-developers for Savio, hosted a topping-up ceremony at the rooftop of the development to mark the completion of the structural frame of the serviced apartments.

368 Segambut director Edward Chong Sin Kiat said, “We are very thrilled to hit this milestone with the development of Savio which commenced in January 2018. In keeping with our commitment of quality and time frame, we have successfully and safely completed Savio’s structural works up to the final floor within 19 months.

“The project’s great progress is attributed to the close collaboration between both the IJM Land and FCW Holdings teams, as well as our great partner in Setiakon Builders, who have worked tirelessly to get us to this point.”

368 Segambut is a joint venture between IJM Land and FCW Holdings.

In his speech, 368 Segambut director Datuk Anderson Thor Poh Seng said it had carefully considered the design for Savio by including feng shui elements and optimising space.

Chong added that they were targeting people living in Segambut and young people wanting to work in the area for the remaining Savio units.

“We expect the remaining units to be sold within a few months. This project (Savio) is over 90% sold, which is a testament that it is ideal for living and investment,” he emphasised.

Savio units, built on freehold land, are priced from RM380,000. It has varying built-up areas, ranging between 653sq ft and 1,177sq ft (60.7sq m to 109.3sq m).

Buyers will be able to choose one bedroom or up to three bedrooms for their unit.

Residents can enjoy various facilities such as an exclusive park, jogging path, a futsal court, a gymnasium, the barbecue terrace, a jacuzzi cove, various types of pools, a picnic lawn, a hammock garden, a children’s playground, swing alcove, a meditative deck and a multipurpose hall, complete with round-the-clock security.

Chong also said Savio has 1,600 parking bays.

“The second phase of Riana Dutamas, involving 921 units of serviced apartments, will be open for registration within two to three months.

“It will consist of two to four bedrooms for a unit and priced from RM400,000,” added Chong.

Thor believed the project would act as a catalyst for other future development in the area.

Located strategically in the heart of North Kiara’s golden triangle, Savio is accessible by major routes and highways such as DUKE highway, Sprint highway, PLUS and NKVE.

There is also the proposed pedestrian walkway to the KTM Segambut station, which connects to KL Sentral.

Riana Dutamas is set on a 6.5ha freehold land in Segambut.

It will feature six blocks of serviced residences, office spaces and retail outlets.

The overall GDV of the project is about RM1.5bil.

For details, visit the Riana Dutamas sales gallery at Jalan Segambut or visit
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