In a news report in Bernama few days ago, MK Land founder Tan Sri Mustapha Kamal Abu Bakar said applications to change the leasehold status to freehold for houses in Damansara Damai may be forwarded to the state government for consideration. Yea, do note that nothing has been forwarded yet as per the statement but since it is now reported, we can continue to follow this. MK Land’s unit Medan Prestasi was launching the sales the first phase of Residensi Suasana @ Damai condominium. This would be the group’s final project in Damansara Damai.
Total number of units would be 780 units and of the 260 units being offered in first phase, some 65 percent has been taken up. Do note that buyers would still need to have their loans approved.These days, it’s definitely tougher to get loans approved. Total Gross Development Value (GDV) is RM400mil. Currently, a discount of 17% on the normal price of RM450,300 is available for a limited time on Residensi Suasana @ Damai. The condo is located about 800m from the Damansara Damai MRT station, under the MRT Line 2. Full completion of the development is expected to be 2019. MRT Line 2 is expected to be operational by 2021 and 2022. Looks good on paper. Anyway, MRT Sungai Buloh is merely minutes away by drive. That will start soon….
He said Petaling Jaya City Council would be announcing more details on the plans for the four urban parks covering 16.18ha in Damansara Damai. No commercial developments would be built in these four parks. What’s available in Damansara Damai? What are some of the usual reviews? Well, take a look at propsocial.my‘s current review. Yes, McD, KFC, Pizza Hut and even many teh tarik restaurants are available within Damansara Damai. It includes also RM1.20 nasi leak every morning which is considered HUGE in portion and SMALL in price. The negative as per nearly everyone of my colleagues is that there are lots of flats and it’s SO FAR away though none of them could leave their home at 730pm and still arrive in office at 830pm. I could. Happy thinking.
written on 28 July 2016
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