Sunday 14 Apr 2024
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KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 2): MRCB Land Sdn Bhd’s latest high-rise residential development, named Tujuh Residences in the ongoing 94-acre Kwasa Damansara City Centre (KDCC) project, is now open for preview, according to a press statement on last Friday (Sept 29). 

Tujuh Residences will be a 29-storey apartment tower, comprising 573 units. These homes offer one- to three bedrooms, as well as dual key units, with built-ups ranging from 550 sq ft (square feet) to 909 sq ft. With a gross development value of RM384 million, these units have selling prices starting from RM476,000 to RM797,000. 

The press statement revealed that Tujuh Residences will be the developer’s first residential project to deploy its proprietary modular construction technology, MRCB Building System. This will allow up to 80% of the building works to be undertaken off-site in a factory setting with a controlled inventory. The statement added that it would help reduce waste and the carbon emissions that are usually generated from construction.

MRCB Land vice president of commercial, sales and marketing Wong Hong Yeong said, “We are excited to roll out our first residential project using [the] MRCB Building System, our proprietary modular construction technology which is a faster and much more sustainable construction method, and we look forward to exploring more opportunities to apply this technology to all our future residential developments”.

An artist impression of the Kwasa Damansara City Centre. (Photo credit: MRCB Land Sdn Bhd)

In addition, the development will also feature sustainable and innovative features including a rainwater harvesting system, low volatile organic compound (VOC) weather-resistant paint and anti-dirt technology paint, and advanced security like ground granulated blast-furnace slag additives, which reduces cement chemical usage.

Some facilities in the project include a swimming pool, gymnasium, multipurpose hall, children’s playground, barbecue area, and landscaped gardens. The development also features three-tiered security systems for the safety of its residents.

Meanwhile, Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) group chief operating officer Kwan Joon Hoe said Tujuh Residences is poised for high capital growth, as the development of KDCC progresses in the coming years.

“Our experience in developing KL Sentral and the data depicted from other city centre developments show that commercial developments drive the success of any central business district (CBD). KDCC, being the new CBD for the 2,257 acres of Kwasa Damansara township, will be no exception as 56% of the entire development is dedicated to commercial development, with only 13% of the entire city centre earmarked for residential components,” Kwan added.

Amenities within close proximity to Tujuh Residences include a 10-acre Central Park that features jogging trails and recreational facilities.

The development is also within walking distance of two MRT stations, namely Kwasa Damansara and Kwasa Sentral. Tujuh Residences is accessible via major highways such as the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), Damansara-Puchong Expressway (LDP), Guthrie Corridor Expressway, and Damansara-Shah Alam Elevated Expressway (DASH). It is also less than 10 kilometres from the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, which is also known as called Subang Airport or Subang Skypark.

Edited ByRacheal Lee
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