Developer holds Chinese New Year celebration at its sales gallery to foster closer working ties


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  • Friday, 26 Feb 2016

1 (From left) M K Land Holdings Bhd Operations group senior general manager Zulkipli Sidin, director Hong Hee Leong, acting chairman and executive director Felina Mustapha Kamal, Lau and director Datuk Kasi K.L Palaniappan at the company’s Chinese New Year celebration at the Rafflesia Sales Gallery, Damansara Perdana.2 Artist’s impression of Residensi Suasana Damai.

LUSH greenery and clear blue skies made it a picture-perfect Chinese New Year celebration for MK Land Holdings Bhd, which took place at the Rafflesia Sales Gallery, Damansara Perdana.

Firecrackers burst with gusto, while “lions” graced the gallery with their dance and acrobatic stunts.

The management of MK Land also tossed yee sang for a good and prosperous year while onlookers cheered them on loudly.

This was followed by a lunch for the company’s staff, business partners, stakeholders, buyers, contractors and consultants.

MK Land group chief executive officer Lau Shu Chuan said festive occasions like this was a good way to bring everyone together and foster closer working relationships.

“As this year will be a challenging year, I encourage everyone to be more active, be bold in moving forward as well as be more creative to make things better,” said Lau.

MK Land also took the opportunity to introduce its latest project – Residensi Suasana@Damai – to the media at a press conference held after lunch.

Lau said the overall property market might be a bit subdued, but MK Land was still moving ahead with its launch of affordable homes like Residensi Suasana@Damai.

“There is still much demand for housing. We, as developers, try to work alongside the Government to provide affordable homes, as they are also providing housing schemes like PR1MA and Rumah Selangorku,” he said, adding that MK Land would continue to take steps in building up sales during these challenging times.

Residensi Suasana @ Damai is located in the heart of Damansara Damai on a 2.65ha land and is the last residential development of the township, which spans across 188ha.

The three-block condominium has a total of 780 units, with built-up ranging from 1,015sq ft to 1,451sq ft.

With prices starting from RM450,000, the gross development value for Residensi Suasana@Damai is about RM400mil.

Housebuyers can also look forward to a mature township as there are existing facilities such taxi services, bus terminal, mini markets and hypermarkets, schools, food court, shoplots and petrol stations.

Employing the green concept, the township also has four urban parks, with one just beside Residensi Suasana @ Damai.

Connectivity to anywhere in and out of the city is available through the Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP), Kuala Lumpur Middle Ring Road 2 (MRR2), New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), North-South Expressway (NSE), KTM commuter train and the future MRT.

The first phase of Residensi Suasana@Damai will be launched this year and is set to be completed by 2020.

In March, MK Land will also be launching more affordable homes in Ipoh, Perak.

Located in Taman Klebang Putra, the latest phase of this township – Ruby – offers single and double-storey houses starting from RM250,000.

For details, visit www.mkland.com.my

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