Developer launches sales gallery of its first affordable residential project in Puchong


(First row from left) Chen, Jane, Ho, Liew, Mah Sing corporate admin vice-president Puan Sri Sulvian Leong, Hoy Kum, Ng, Lionel and Rachel with (second row) finalists of Astro Classic Golden Melody competition.

MAH Sing Group Bhd has launched a sales gallery for M Terra which is a transit environment district (TED) development in Puchong.

M Terra offers homes with a starting price of RM250,000.

The sales gallery was opened by Mah Sing founder and group managing director Tan Sri Leong Hoy Kum.

He said the launch was a milestone for Mah Sing as M Terra is its first affordable residential development in Puchong.

“As a market-driven developer, we will continue to focus on acquiring prime land at strategic locations with excellent amenities and ready infrastructure.

“This approach allows us to plan our M Series development to be affordable without compromising on quality and facilities.”

Sitting on 1.5ha of land, M Terra offers serviced apartments with an estimated gross development value (GDV) of RM368.8mil.

Apartments Type A and Type B have two bedrooms, while Type C has 3+1 bedrooms.

All three types will have built-up space ranging from 51sq m to 117sq m.

Also at the launch were group chief executive officer Datuk Ho Hon Sang, executive director Datuk Steven Ng, group strategy and operations directors Jane Leong, Lionel Leong and Rachel Leong, chief operating officer Chris Chen Weng Hong and the senior management team.

Ho said, “Residents of M Terra will enjoy the convenience of efficient transportation options within a 1km distance.

“The area is not only connected to seven major highways but very close to LRT stations such as Puchong Perdana and Puchong Prima.”

M Terra will feature an express carpark ramp that provides a direct route to residents’ respective levels without the need for repetitive turns when navigating parking levels.

The “park and live” concept allows residents from levels 1 to 7 to park directly on their floors.

M Terra will be equipped with a rainwater harvesting system and EV charging stations, as well as a 50m long pool, co-working spaces, fitness garden, kids’ lounge and more.

Families with children can consider the various educational institutions nearby including SK Puchong Perdana, SK Puchong Indah, SJK(C) Han Ming, SMK Puchong Perdana, SMK Puchong Permai, British-Circle Academy and Regent International School.

Nearby medical centres include KPMC and Columbia Asia.

Malls and hypermarkets such as Aeon Big, SetiaWalk, Lotus’s, Hero Market and IOI Mall Puchong are located within a 6km radius.

Neighbourhoods like Bandar Kinrara, Puchong Prima, Bandar Puteri Puchong, Bandar Bukit Puchong, Bandar Puchong Jaya are within 3km, while Bandar Saujana Puchong, Taipan Business Centre, Subang USJ, Putra Heights, Kota Kemuning, Taman Putra Prima and Bandar Saujana Putra are within 6km of the project.

At the launch, Mah Sing unveiled its Wood Dragon Year theme song titled “Soaring to great heights in the year of the dragon.” The song is by Malaysian composer Tee Kok Leong.

For the fourth year, Mah Sing has collaborated with Malaysian singer Crystal Liew Yen Yen and eight finalists from various Astro Classic Golden Melody competition years.

Mah Sing is the singing competition’s main sponsor.

M Terra sales gallery is located in Bandar Puteri Puchong and is open from 10am to 6pm daily.

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