Press Release: Home Is Where The Heart Is: Myra Putri Is The Perfect First Home For Young Civil Servants
Myra Putri offers young married couples serving the nation the perfect starting point for building their future
Very much like welcoming a firstborn child, there is a sense of both joy and pride when making the decision to purchase a first home. And that’s where Myra aims to elevate the burden for first-time bumiputra homeowners in their 20s and early 30s with the new launch of Myra Putri after the successful debut of Myra Putra.
In particular, Myra wishes to revolutionise the definition of affordable housing by cultivating an environment necessary towards making home ownership an accessible and stress-free experience. This is achieved by eliminating negative concerns such as skyrocketing home prices and escalating interest rates often associated with the first home-buying process and turning it instead into a renewed sense of excitement.
As such, Myra Putri caters to working individuals and young married couples serving in the various Malaysian government sectors that are currently centralised at the Federal Territory of Putrajaya.
Boasting a Gross Development Value (GDV) of RM 115,000,000 Myra Putri provides exceptional value and a safe, convenient residence for new hard-working families to live, thrive, and grow.
Starting from RM 375,000 for a unit that’s 904 sq. ft. in size with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, Myra Putri is located in the town of Desa Pinggiran Putra and is a cost-effective option when compared to other low-rise apartments in the vicinity. It is also notable for being a low-density development with only 310 units within its 8.84-acre Malay Reserve land size.
Suitably, Putri means “princess” in Malay and is the perfect companion project to the previously launched Myra Putra nearby – the first high-rise development in the area by Myra. Putra means “prince”, and thus Myra Putra was meant to portray strength in character, sturdiness, and dependability with a humble yet refined outlook.
Conversely, Myra Putri aims to flip that with a confident vibe that’s playful, passionate, and forward-thinking with a youthful twist. Building upon the insights we gained from Myra Putra, we aimed to create a truly enchanting home with Myra Putri and provide our customers with their very own happy ever after.
Homeowners will be hard-pressed to find another project in the same price bracket that offers a similar array of facilities and amenities. To reaffirm Myra’s commitment towards community living and the well-being of its residents, there are fitness stations such as a futsal court, trampoline garden, and even an outdoor gym.
For the little ones, a full-featured playground will keep them active and entertained. The hope here is to foster a peaceful and nurturing environment to raise young children into outstanding adults. There’s also a multipurpose hall for residents to hold events and gather at the BBQ area. And lastly, there is also a surau (dedicated prayer space) for residents to utilise as the need arises.
“We wish to debunk the myth that a young working couple’s first home has to be sparse, bare-bones and uninviting to relatives and visitors,” said Akil Hassan, Branding & Culture Chief of Myra. “We drew valuable feedback from the successful launch of Myra Putra, and our team has persevered once again to balance the inclusion of top-notch facilities with the need to maintain affordability. We are proud to present a final product that seamlessly integrates both affordability and a rich array of amenities.”
Fittingly, Putrajaya is just a 10-minute drive away from Myra Putri, which is a main hub for government complexes, agencies and administrative offices – this includes Perdana Putra, which is the Prime Minister’s Office, and the Ministry of Finance.
Residents can also get their shopping and entertainment fix at the nearby Alamanda Putrajaya Shopping Centre. Travelling out of the country and interstate is likewise convenient with Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) just 30 minutes away from Myra Putri.
Commuting distances are acceptable, and connectivity is assured to major highways and roads such as Projek Lebuhraya Utara Selatan (PLUS), Expressway Lingkaran Tengah (ELITE), Maju Expressway (MEX), Sistem Lingkaran Lebuhraya Kajang (SILK), Lebuhraya Kajang-Seremban (LEKAS), and many more to neighbouring mature neighbourhoods such as Bangi, Cyberjaya, Serdang, Dengkil, and onwards to the greater Kuala Lumpur City Centre district.
Nevertheless, the aim remains to challenge the often misunderstood notion of “affordable homes” and to set a new benchmark in the segment. This is evident in a design language that looks to create desirable living spaces while not neglecting key attributes of quality of workmanship that significantly improve the comfort levels of residents.
“Myra Putri is a true standout in its class. The interest generated thus far has been overwhelmingly positive, with inquiries pouring in on a daily basis for those eager to make Myra Putri their new home,” added Akil. “We are thrilled to see the positive impact it will have on the lives of the young families making the most significant purchase of their lifetimes here.”
As a result, the standard of affordable housing is elevated to rival that of even premium condominiums in the area and allows Myra Putri to truly embody “home is where the heart is” for enthusiastic new homebuyers, especially public servants seeking proximity to work amid an ideal backdrop for raising their children in a safe and nurturing environment.
To keep up to date with their latest developments, as well as practical tips and advice involving property and finance, you can visit http://www.myra.com.my.
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