posted Jun 25, 2011, 12:08 AM by Ang Ah Meng
updated Jun 27, 2011, 5:10 AM
|By Joanne Nayagam of theedgeproperty.com |
Monday, 27 June 2011
SHAH ALAM: Aquina, the fourth and latest phase of the TTDI Alam Impian township in Shah Alam, has sold over 50% of its double-storey linked homes.
About 68 out of the 126 units available were taken up during the weekend launch, said developer NAZA TTDI in a statement on Monday, June 27.
The phase features double-storey linked houses of five design types with sizes ranging from 2,476 sq ft to 4,224 sq ft and priced between RM606,000 and RM1.5 million.
The earlier phases — Spira, Viola and Sephira — have all been sold out. Spira owners took vacant possession of their units early this year, while the Viola units are to be completed by the end of this year and the Sephira units in the following year, said the developer.
Director of marketing and sales Charlie Chia said it was the positive feedback from the previous three phases in the township and the buyers of its previous projects that contributed to the sales.
"For Aquina, we have further improved on the design and features as well as increase[d] the built-up areas to cater to [the] demand for bigger units," said Chia.
Purchasers at the launch were also given free maintenance charges for a year on top of the sales rebate of 3% and a waiver of the legal fee on the sales and purchase agreement.
The 208-acre TTDI Alam Impian township is located in Section 35, Shah Alam, where it will comprise of 15 development phases. Besides residences, there will also be retail and commercial centres and other facilities such as schools, community halls and recreational parks.