By Farah Wahida:
Single-property families with a household income ranging from RM2,500 to RM7,500 will have the chance to acquire their own property under PR1MA’s (1Malaysia Housing Programme) first affordable housing project in Kuala Lumpur — PR1MA Alam Damai, reported Bernama.
Set to be completed in 2016, the housing development will be developed on a 6.07ha site in southern Cheras. It will feature eight condominium blocks with 2,078 units of apartments that range from 670 sq ft to 1,055 sq ft.
“PR1MA Alam Damai offer four types of units consisting of 832 ‘A1′ units with an interior built-up of 942 sq ft, 292 ‘A2′ units with built-ups of 1,055 sq ft, 832 ‘A3′ units with built-ups of 1,002 sq ft and 122 ‘A4′ units with built-ups of 670 sq ft,” noted PR1MA spokesperson Norashikin Abdullah Shan.
“It is a matured development with the lowest building at 20 storeys and the highest at 43 storeys.”
Moreover, the development will also have a “skygarden for every five floors, 20 lifts, over 400 closed-circuit television, intercoms in every unit, a community hall, surau, kindergarten, nurseries, playgrounds and commercial buildings that will host among others Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia and Klinik 1Malaysia,” revealed Norashikin.
Apart from that, PR1MA Alam Damai is also Astro-equipped and just 2.4 kilometres away from Phoenix Plaza Station. Moreover, 20 percent of its 3,500 car park bays will be earmarked for the disabled.
Interested applicants can register at www.pr1ma.my while valid applications will be selected via an open balloting.
Farah Wahida, Editor of PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact her about this or other stories email email@example.com
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