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Ekovest Land launches Eko Titiwangsa Phase 1

KUALA LUMPUR (June 16): Ekovest Bhd’s wholly owned subsidiary, Ekovest Land Sdn Bhd will launch the first phase of its 2.91-acre Eko Titiwangsa serviced apartments offering 270 units this weekend.

“Eko Titiwangsa residents will have direct access to the carpark area via the upcoming DUKE 2 Highway. Ekovest is also [an] infrastructure planner so we design and build in such a way that [the] building and infrastructure are integrated,” Ekovest Bhd managing director Datuk Lim Keng Cheng (pictured) told reporters during a press conference yesterday.

Eko Titiwangsa comprises three blocks of freehold serviced apartments with a total of 696 units. The built-up area ranges from 820 sq ft to 1,340 sq ft for a 2- to 3-bedroom layout.

The selling price starts from RM750 psf to RM1,200 psf, with a maintenance fee of 35 sen psf. It will offer a total of 1,297 car park bays across eight levels, which include the basement level.

Units below 1,000 sq ft will be entitled to one car park bay, while units above 1,000 sq ft will be entitled to two car park bays.

The project is located along Jalan Pahang and DUKE Highway 2. It is also accessible via Jalan Tun Razak. The serviced apartments should be completed by 4Q2018.

In future, Ekovest will also be developing a retail space and an office tower adjecent to Eko Titiwangsa. The retail space will feature over 500,000 sq ft of net lettable area, although Lim said further details will be revealed at a later date.

Meanwhile, Ekovest Land and Malaysian Resources Corporation Bhd will jointly rehabilitate a 2.2km portion of the Gombak River that is close to Eko Titiwangsa.

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