OHako, Puchong Jaya

  • Michael Mendez
  • 29 March 2016

O'Hako, a "Box of Surprises"

O’Hako, a “Box of Surprises”

O’Hako, which means “Box of Surprises” in Japanese, is a Japanese endeavour by Hiroshima-based Marimo Japan’s Malaysian venture called Marimo Land Sdn Bhd helmed by John Taro Fukagawa.

The 2-tower, 31-storey freehold Serviced Apartment with a total of 718 units is located in the heart of Puchong, or specifically at the end of Jalan Pipit in Puchong Jaya.

This project is novel because it injects a freshness to the industry in that it is a first-of-its-kind Japanese development featuring some very innovative Japanese design concepts, architecture, approach and standards.

For one, the tower structure, incorporating Japanese seismic resistant design, is concave and follows the shape of an I-beam, the lobby boasts 5-star hotel grandeur with irregular ceiling structures to delight the beholder and also to add dimension to an otherwise flat top and the guardhouse features an “O” motif like their company logo. Furthermore, their balconies are box-shaped, just like the concept of “The Box of Surprises”.

O’Hako is built on 4.4 acres of commercial land, out of which approximately 1.5 acres or 99m X 66m or 63,000sq ft, is dedicated to the landscaped facilities podium in between the residential towers, a podium that showcases 53 exclusive facilities designed for the enjoyment of all ages within the family.  This facilities zone is, by far and so far, the biggest among condominiums of its class in Malaysia.

O’Hako is expected to be completed in 2019.

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Project Name: O’Hako, Puchong Jaya

Developer:  Marimo Land Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Marimo Co. Ltd of Japan (http://www.marimo-ai.co.jp/en/  and  http://www.polestar-m.jp/ )

Developer’s Address: C-G-49 & C-G-50, Ground Floor, IOI Boulevard, Jalan Kenari 5, 47170 Puchong, Selangor Darul Ehsan

Tel: 03-8070-3800      Fax: 03-8072 9795

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marimolandmalaysia/

Website: www.ohako.my

Sales Gallery: C-G-49 & C-G-50, Ground Floor, IOI Boulevard, Jalan Kenari 5, 47170 Puchong, Selangor Darul Ehsan

Tel: 03-8070-3800

Developer and Sales Gallery located in IOI Boulevard, Puchong

Developer and Sales Gallery located in IOI Boulevard, on Jalan Kenari 5, Puchong

Another map to the Project Site and Sales Gallery and showing how strategically located O’Hako is

Another map to the Project Site and Sales Gallery and showing how strategically located O’Hako is

Total Land Area of O’Hako: 4.375 acres

Total Land Area of Facilities: 1.5acres

Property Type:  Serviced Apartment

No of Towers/Blocks: 2

No of Storeys: 31

No of Units in Total: 718

No of Units Per Tower: 359

Unit Types and Built Up: 

  • Type X: 2R + 2B – 815sq ft (without balcony)
  • Type Y: 3R+2B ─ 955sq ft (without balcony)
  • Type Z: 3R+2B ─ 1002sq ft (with balcony)

No of Units Per Floor: 12 units

No of Lifts per floor: 4+1 lifts

No: of Car Parks given per unit: 2 covered bays

Car Park Uniqueness: Carparking is zoned according to unit’s floor with one entrance and exit for owner’s convenience

Land Title: Commercial

Tenure: Freehold

Maintenance Fee: 0.29sen psf

Price of Units: From RM468,000 to RM520,000

Expected Date of Completion: Q4 2019

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53 Exclusive Facilities

99m of playground

99m of playground

O’Hako is one of the very rare projects to include so many facilities. Some are quite unique such as a Wedding Deck and Festival Stage. The list is  as follows:

Multi-Purpose Hall/Function Pavilion

  • Stage
  • Stock in Chair
  • Folding Table

Pool Villa

  • Kitchen Cabinet
  • Sofa Area
  • Football Game Table
  • Darts Corner
  • Bar Counter
  • Book Corner
  • Karaoke Set

Gym/Floating Gym

  • Treadmill
  • Bench
  • Freee Weight Zone
  • Riding Bike
  • Punching Bag
  • Skipping Rope
  • Pyro Box
  • Yoga Mat
  • Barbell
  • Dumbbell
  • Medical Ball

Kindergarten (Kid’s Gym)

  • Balls
  • Toys
  • Children’s Corner

BBQ and Cafe

Centre Garden Zone

  • Multi Sport Field
  • Jogging Track

Yoga Deck

  • Yoga Matt
  • Yoga Block
  • Mirror
  • Romantic Light

Pool Garden

  • Wedding Deck
  • Shallow Pool
  • Kids Pool
  • Toddler Pool
  • Infinity Swimming Pool
  • Sunken Pool Bar
  • Outdoor Onsen
  • Sauna
  • Shower Rooms for Male, Female, Disabled
  • Pool Deck

Other facilities are seen here in this Artist Impression

Other facilities are seen here in this Artist Impression

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Unique Selling Points

  • Japanese Developer
  • Amazing Facilities Podium
  • 5-Star Hotel-like design and ambience
  • Made for Family Concept including wheelchair-friendly staircase (Zig-Zag Staircase)
  • Competitive psf pricing (for a Puchong project) resulting in affordable units
  • Very good accessibility and connectivity especially with new road links to cut into Kesas from Jalan Pipit and a bridge to be built across the Klang River to connect to Bandar Sunway and to Taylor’s Lakeside College
  • Situated on Jln Pipit which is in the heart of the matured Puchong township
  • Excellent Road and Rail Connectivity through***Lebuhraya Damanasara-Puchong (LDP), Bukit Jalil Highway, Kesas Highway, Proposed KIDEX plus connection to major backbone roads like Jalan Puchong, Old Klang Road etc***LRT: Station 6 – IOI Puchong Jaya Station located just outside HSBC bank on Jalan Kenari 5, Bandar Puchong Jaya opposite IOI Mall; Station 7  located further up at Tesco on Pusat Bandar Puchong
  • Excellent Amenities in the form of at least 2 existing Major Shopping Malls (IOI Mall and Sunway Pyramid) and Hypermarts such as Jusco, Tesco,  two Giant Hypermarts etc; Schools, Banking and Financial Services, and Hospitals

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Amenities:

Hospitals

  • Columbia Asia Hospital
  • KPMC Puchong Medical Centre
  • Sunway Medical Centre

Schools (Public and Private Primary and Secondary Schools):

  • SK Puchong Jaya
  • SK Puchong Jaya 2
  • SK Puchong Jaya 3
  • SK Pusat Bandar Puchong 1
  • SK Pusat Bandar Puchong 2
  • SK Puchong Perdana
  • SMK Puchong Perdana
  • SK Bukit Kuchai
  • SK Puchong Utama
  • SK Puchong Utama 2
  • Rafflesia International School
  • SMK Puchong Utama 1
  • SMK Puchong Batu 14
  • SMK Puchong Perdana
  • SK Taman Putra Perdana
  • SMK Puchong Permai
  • Sekolah Menengah Islam Puchong
  • SMK Pusat Bandar Puchong 1
  • SMK Bandar Puchong Jaya A
  • SMK Bandar Puchong Jaya B
  • SK Seksyen 1 Bandar Kinrara
  • SK Seksyen 2 Bandar Kinrara
  • SMK Seksyen 1 Bandar Kinrara
  • SMK Seksyen 3 Bandar Kinrara
  • SMK Seksyen 4 Bandar Kinrara
  • SMK Batu 8
  • SK Puchong Indah
  • Sekolah Rendah Rafflesia (Primary)
  • Rafflesia International School
  • REAL Kids Puchong Jaya

Chinese Schools:

  • SJK(C) Han Ming
  • SJK(C) Yak Chee
  • SJK(C) Sin Ming
  • SJK(C) Ladang Harcroft
  • SJK(C) Kheng Chee
  • SJK(T) Puchong

Tertiary Education:

  • Taylor’s University Lakeside Campus
  • Monash Univeristy Malaysia Campus
  • Binary University College of Management & Entrepreneurship
  • Sunway University
  • The One Academy
  • RIMA International College
  • Binary University College
  • Putra Intelek International College

All the banks in one place, encircled on the map. These banks are right outside the IOI Puchong Jaya LRT, opposite IOI Mall. Further down at Persiaran Wawasan near SetiaWalk, there is yet another bank ─ Bank Islam

All the banks in one place, encircled on the map. These banks are right outside the IOI Puchong Jaya LRT, opposite IOI Mall. Further down at Persiaran Wawasan near SetiaWalk, there is yet another bank ─ Bank Islam

Banks:

  • Maybank
  • Alliance Bank
  • HSBC
  • UOB
  • CIMB
  • RHB
  • Public Bank
  • Hong Leong Bank
  • Bank Simpanan Nasional
  • Industrial and Commercial Bank of China

Project Details

O’Hako Concept lobby

O’Hako Concept lobby

There are many aspects that make O’Hako different. For one, nothing has been spared in terms of architecture to create a home that will cater to all stages of life, whether one is thinking of getting married, raising a family or having elderly parents to look after with opportunities for celebration, entertaining, growing up, studying, relaxing, playing or exercising. At the same time, all these individual facets of life are injected with “out of the box” surprises to delight residents and all who come to visit them.

Surprises Inside

Beginning with an elaborate lobby, complete with a floating stage on water in the centre and timber louvres from the ceiling with muted lighting to add grandiosity, dimension and character (see top-most picture in this section), an ambience is created to rouse pride in the owner for having a home that has a reception that resembles a 5-star hotel.

Another look at the deep and spacious lobby that leads to the lifts to access the units and also outside to the indoor facilities areas

Another look at the deep and spacious lobby that leads to the lifts to access the units and also outside to the indoor facilities areas

Top Left: Leading to the lobby is this cleverly-designed Zig Zag Staircase, purpose-made to provide wheelchair access for those who are not so able-bodied. It also makes for an interesting design. Right: A first-of-a-kind Children’s Gym. According to the brochure, the developer decided to include a Children’s Gym because they noticed that most gyms in Malaysia only catered to the adult. Bottom Pic: A fully= decked out library for poring over books

Top Left: Leading to the lobby is this cleverly-designed Zig Zag Staircase, purpose-made to provide wheelchair access for those who are not so able-bodied. It also makes for an interesting design. Right: A first-of-a-kind Children’s Gym. According to the brochure, the developer decided to include a Children’s Gym because they noticed that most gyms in Malaysia only catered to the adult. Bottom Pic: A fully= decked out library for poring over books

The hotel-like residential corridors. The 12 units on every floor are served by 5 lifts

The hotel-like residential corridors. The 12 units on every floor are served by 5 lifts

The 5-star hotel concept is carried through upstairs in the residential areas with corridors (leading to the units) that feature mounted lighted address boards and a unique partition between units for privacy.

The showcase “stage” concept of the lobby also  follows through to the Facilities Zone outside where there is ─ surprise, surprise ─ a floating Wedding Stage, yes a wedding stage, at the pool area for couples who might want to hold their wedding reception at their own homeground instead of booking the ballroom in a hotel. After all, the hotel is right here at home!  The entire pool area been made ideal for partying and photography.

At another corner in the Facilities Zone is the Festival Stage where you can become the star and host to a 1,000-guest party for any festival or celebration.

Surprises Outside

Outside, from afar, the façade takes on the look of an I-beam. The two blocks, separated by 90m of the “I” stem (of the facilities podium) are gently curved or slightly concave, both for design purposes and also for better stability, according to Japanese anti-earthquake technology.

The two tower blocks, although facing each other, and facing outwards, are far and wide apart, separated of course, by the 1.5-acre huge Facility space. Residents will not be able to look into each other’s windows, at least not without the use of a pair of binoculars.

This is the Pool Villa area. It is exceptional because it comes equipped with sofa sets, dart boards and a luxurious bar reminiscent of a 5-star hotel

This is the Pool Villa area. It is exceptional because it comes equipped with sofa sets, dart boards and a luxurious bar reminiscent of a 5-star hotel

Another look at the Pool Villa area

Another look at the Pool Villa area

On the tower blocks too, at every 3rd floor going up all the levels, are public sky gardens. These are essentially long, wide balconies with turfing and plants for relaxation and enjoyment of skyline views. To top it all, there are rooftop gardens with full landscaping at the very top of both towers.

The car park is another surprise design. All residents are given 2 car park bays but these car park bays are not visible from the outside. Instead, they are discreetly hidden from view at the sides of the building. Cars enter the side of the building where the car parks are located so that the view from the front is not marred by the sight of car parks.

This also means that there are many car parks ─ unlike, say, a shopping complex or office highrise where only one car park of many floors is allocated for all. O’Hako’s car parking system features one separate car park for every designated set of residential floors, all with their own entrances and exits on one level. This system is specially designed for the convenience of residents as they no longer have to spiral up narrow ramps to access their car park bays, risking damage to their cars especially MPVs of the larger kind should the sides of the vehicle scrape the wall. Residents need only drive straight to the car park designated for their units, park their car at the designated bay and then go up to their units.

If you look at this picture taken from their website (www.ohako.my), you will notice that all three apartments ─ Koi, Twinz and O’Hako  ̶  are wedged very closely together. Yes, Twinz is only 20m away. In terms of privacy, due to the orientation of O’Hako’s towers, none of the residents from Twinz can look into O’Hako’s units. All they will see is the side wall of O’Hako’s towers. In terms of congestion, however, this area is going to be very high density when the developments are completed. But the saving grace is ─ there will be a new road built that will lead direct into KESAS

If you look at this picture taken from their website (www.ohako.my), you will notice that all three apartments ─ Koi, Twinz and O’Hako ̶ are wedged very closely together. Yes, Twinz is only 20m away. In terms of privacy, due to the orientation of O’Hako’s towers, none of the residents from Twinz can look into O’Hako’s units. All they will see is the side wall of O’Hako’s towers. In terms of congestion, however, this area is going to be very high density when the developments are completed. But the saving grace is ─ there will be a new road built that will lead direct into KESAS

There is a 90m screen wall built across the development to screen off certain elements from across the river.  Do ask the developer what those elements are

There is a 90m screen wall built across the development to screen off certain elements from across the river. Do ask the developer what those elements are

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Picture above shows where the units will be

Picture above shows where the units will be

Floor Plans and Specifications

Type X

There are three Floor Plans to O’Hako homes. Type X is 815sq ft comprising two rooms and two bathrooms. It comes without balcony but there is kitchen hood and hob provided, tiling, flooring and so on. There will be 12 Lighting Points provided and 14 Power Points for this type.

This is the Floor Plan for Type X

This is the Floor Plan for Type X.  The showroom displaying 815sq ft shows living spaces to be quite snug actually, you will need to use creativity to make use of all available space or it would be a tight fit in many of the areas

 

This is the Specifications Table for all three Floor Plans

This is the Specifications Table for all three Floor Plans

Type Y and Z

Type Z, at 1,002sq ft (3rooms, 2 baths) is the “balconied” version of Type Y which is 955sq ft and comes with no balcony. The difference is 47m which is the balcony area for Type Z (see Floor Plan below). The balcony too is a bit of a surprise. Look closely at the diagram. It is square or box-shaped ─ 7’ by 7’ ─ with glass railings which is totally in keeping with the “Box of Surprises” concept.

In fact, there are quite a number of things that are box-shaped placed here and there as the “surprise” element in O’Hako. Some are found at the Facilities Zone.

This is the Floor Plan for Type Y and Z

This is the Floor Plan for Type Y and Z. Type Z is just the difference of a balcony.

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Facilities:

The Facilities Zone is really something to behold. Perhaps pictures and diagrams will tell you a better story. See below.

This is the Layout of the 1.5acres or 90m by 66m of facilities in between the 2 towers

This is the Layout of the 1.5acres or 90m by 66m of facilities in between the 2 towers

An avant-garde playground for adults and children alike. The Treehouse is box-shaped, the walls of the playhouse is slanted just to inspire “thinking out of the box” while in creative play and the Jogging Track is in a zig zag

An avant-garde playground for adults and children alike. The Treehouse is box-shaped, the walls of the playhouse is slanted just to inspire “thinking out of the box” while in creative play and the Jogging Track is in a zig zag

Here is what the Pool Villa looks like. There is a sunken pool bar, Infinity Swimming Pool, Onsen Spa (hot and cold) and many others

Here is what the Pool Villa looks like. There is a sunken pool bar, Infinity Swimming Pool, Onsen Spa (hot and cold) and many others

The interesting Indoor Gym

The interesting Indoor Gym

Another look at the gym from a different part of the gym room

Another look at the gym from a different part of the gym room

The swimming pool near the Pool Villa

The swimming pool near the Pool Villa

The Games Room

The Games Room

And finally, the Layout Plan of all the facilities

And finally, the Layout Plan of all the facilities

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Location

The landscaped gardens of O’Hako which offers a view of the Puchong and Subang environs

The landscaped gardens of O’Hako which offers a view of the Puchong and Subang environs

Puchong Jaya, where O’Hako is situated, is a one of the largest if not the largest “bandar” or townships in Puchong  ̶  a huge, major amalgamation of Puchong Jaya and at least 45 other newer or older bandars in the Petaling district of Selangor.

Yes, Puchong is enormous. It is so big it needs, according to Wikipedia, the governance of three separate local authorities.

Here are their jurisdictions:

  • 5th to 7th mile Puchong is under Kuala Lumpur City Hall (Bandaraya)
  • Kinrara to 16th mile Puchong is under theSubang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ), and
  • The rest such as Bukit Puchong 2, 16 Sierra, Pulau Meranti and Taman Mas, is under the Sepang Municipal Council (MPSp)

How Puchong Got Its Name

Back at the turn of the 20th century, Puchong, which used to be an Orang Asli fishing village, turned into a rubber estate and tin-mining community with the influx of migrants in the succeeding years.  The early settlement probably got its name from the flocks of Burung Puchong (heron) that used to proliferate there. The birds were so plentiful they became the staple diet of the people and thus had their name commemorated for their contribution towards the sustenance of this society back then.

Left: Burung Puchong by Aman’s Burung Puchong and Right: Burung Puchong Jawa by Wikiwand

Left: Burung Puchong by Aman’s Burung Puchong and Right: Burung Puchong Jawa by Wikiwand

Up until the 1980s, Puchong consisted of only one two-lane road running through these estates and villages. With rapid urbanization, industrial zones, commercial belts and residential neighbourhoods mushroomed along Jalan Puchong, the main road. Today, according to a Selangor Times report in 2012, Puchong’s population is fast approaching 400,000.

Puchong is huge, busy  and is in a state of constant evolution

Puchong is huge, busy and is in a state of constant evolution

A closer view of Bandar Puchong Jaya, how large it is and its proximity to Subang and Sunway

A closer view of Bandar Puchong Jaya, how large it is and its proximity to Subang and Sunway

Bandar Puchong Jaya

Bandar Puchong Jaya, located between Bandar Sunway and Bandar Kinrara, is a satellite hub of about 1,000 acres large. The township was launched in May, 1990 and today, has a population of over 40,000.

Notable in this area are IOI Mall (with AEON), IOI Boulevard (where O’Hako’s showroom is situated), the LRT station called IOI Puchong Jaya LRT, and 90% of all of Malaysia’s banks from UOB to CIMB (see Intro Section for list) including Bank Simpanan Nasional. They are all located in and around Jalan Kenari 1 to Jalan Kenari 11.

Let’s Go To Jalan Pipit

O’Hako is located on Jalan Pipit, Bandar Puchong Jaya. The project is at the end of Jalan Pipit actually, just at the border of the Klang River where similar highrises such as Koi Kinrara Suites and Twinz Residences are located.

Actually there are more than half a dozen similar lifestyle condomiuniums and apartments located within the end section of Jalan Pipit where O’Hako is located. The map doesn’t show all of them course

Actually there are more than half a dozen similar lifestyle condomiuniums and apartments located within the end section of Jalan Pipit where O’Hako is located. The map doesn’t show all of them course. Note the proximity of Taylor’s Lakeside College. A bridge will be built across the river to connect the university to Puchong Jaya. A road will also cut out from O’Hako to run alongside the river and cut through to KESAS. This will definitely ease congestion in the area in a big way

Here is the location map of Jalan Pipit from Jalan Bandar Puchong Jaya

Here is the location map of Jalan Pipit from Jalan Bandar Puchong Jaya

5 Jalan Bandar Puchong Jaya to Jln Pipit

Here is a picture of the real Jalan Bandar Puchong Jaya. Turn right to Jalan Pipit where the Taxi is turning

6 At the start of Jala Pipit

You will then arrive at the start of Jalan Pipit. It is a very long road

7 Jalan pipit is a long road 2

This is the overhead bridge that goes over KESAS or Lebuhraya Shah Alam to continue its way in to Jalan Pipit. The bridge is a part of Jalan Pipit

8 Jalan Pipit is a long road 3

The white arrow shows the way in

9 Jalan Pipit is a long road 4

The road continues straight in. Keep your eye on the Taxi

9A Jalan Pipit is a longroad 4A FORK

You will arrive at a fork in the road. Both roads in the fork are Jalan Pipit. Keep right like the Taxi

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Once in at the right side of the fork, you will see Parc Ville on your right

Parc Ville is the first development in this residential section of Jalan Pipit

Parc Ville is the first development in this residential section of Jalan Pipit

9B Jalan pipit is a long road 6

After you pass Parc Ville, you will see this: an indoor badminton court on the right, Villamas Residence on the left and Koi Kinrara Suites straight ahead

9C Jalan Pipit Badminton hall

A closer look while heading straight for Koi Kinrara

11Koi Kirara

This is Koi Kinrara. O’Hako has only recently begun piling and there is nothing to be seen at the moment. Look at the map below to see the exact placement of O’Hako

Closeup of the 3 apartments at the end of Jalan Pipit. The area will be congested when people move in

Closeup of the 3 apartments at the end of Jalan Pipit. The end of Jalan Pipit will be congested when people move in. However, there are plans to build a road that will open up the area to ease traffic flow

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Analysis

Here is a look at O'Hako's location once again

Here is a look at O’Hako’s location once again

Marimo Land Sdn Bhd may be making its debut here with O’Hako but in actual fact, Marimo Co Ltd began as far back as 1970 in Hiroshima. They started off as an architectural firm with expertise in providing affordable condominium designs to suit the burgeoning demands set by Japan’s rapid urbanisation. Building on their experience and techniques, they transitioned into condominium development. Their first in house development was successfully launched in 1990 and since then they have completed more than 300 condominium projects in Japan and overseas.

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The Figures

Price alone is not an indication of the intrinsic value of a piece of property. But for the sake of making a comparison, the table below shows the psf figures between Koi Kinrara and Twinz Residences, the two “neighbours” literally a stone’s throw of 20m from O’Hako.

Name Tenure Unit Size No of Units Average Price PSF Maintenance Fee PSF Approx Start Price per Unit
O’Hako, Puchong Jaya F hold 815sq ft  ̶̶  1002sq ft 718 RM530 RM 0.29 From RM440
Koi Kinrara, Puchong Jaya F hold 908sq ft  ̶  3164sq ft 1000 RM422 RM0.15 RM147,000 first phase. Project completed in 2012
Twinz Residence, Puchong Jaya F hold 871sq ft – 1226sq ft 278 RM550 RM 0.33 From RM560

Rental rates in Koi Kinrara are close to RM3,000 for the biggest units

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Summary

The fact that this is a  Japanese development already makes O’Hako a refreshing change from the norm. Which is hardly surprising why this project has generated a lot of interest.  Simply put   ̶  it’s different. Certainly, the ideas are new and innovative and very “out of the box” and there is that unmistakable Japanese ethos applied to their approach every step of the way.

So, is it a good buy?

Well, if you factor in its location  ̶  being just 1.4km to Taylor’s Lakeside College (with the assurance of a bridge that will be built to allow access which may bring in student rentals), the opening of a new road that will break out into KESAS from O’Hako itself, 8 minutes drive to Sunway Pyramid and less than 7 minutes to IOI Mall, O’Hako is in a very central location.

Unfortunately, so are 7 other highrise residential developments  ̶   completed or in various stages of development  ̶  standing shoulder-to-shoulder or in quite close proximity to O’Hako on the very same road. It’s a good thing that there will be a road and a bridge built that will open up the bottleneck (that will surely result when residents start moving in) into KESAS and into Subang.

That said, the project itself is one of the more stylish ones in the area, it is meticulously crafted with attention to detail and price-wise, it is not too way out of pocket.  What you get back for your money will be all those value-added perks such as its “differentness” from the others and the facilities which are, by any standards, way out of the ordinary.

It is a good project, nonetheless, or “balanced” as one would say  ̶  being big and grand yet quintessentially homely, with the focus set squarely on the heart of the growing and changing family.

So, is it a good buy?

What do you reckon?

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