PETALING JAYA: Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd, the property arm of Naza Group, has unveiled its latest development, The Valley TTDI in Ampang, Selangor.

Incorporating Feng Shui elements and surrounded on three sides by a forest reserve, the project spans over 35.5 acres. The development comprises 68 bungalows and 66 linked villas, complete with a broadband-enabled central community centre and park amenities such as a jogging track, waterfront decks, meditation garden and spring water spa.

Speaking during a media preview on July 24, its group managing director SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin said The Valley TTDI is an eco-friendly modern contemporary development equipped with state-of-the-art security features.

"The Valley TTDI, Ampang is a short distance to the Kuala Lumpur city centre," Faliq said, adding the project should be ready by July 2010, ahead of schedule.

Every unit is protected by louvres to minimise heat gain while deep overhang roofs provide protection from the mid day sun as well as create shade.

The Valley TTDI, Ampang also offers 12-foot high ceiling, large windows and eight-foot high doors for cross ventilation and to bring more light into the homes.

A pond located at the ground floor helps cool the air as it flows through the rooms up to the louvered skylight roof. To reduce electricity consumption, solar energy is harnessed through solar panels located on the roof.

The low-density development, which sees only four landscaped residences per acre, comes in three designs.

The seven-room link villa (Type A) comprises 66 units of contemporary designed facade with floor plans of 5,336 sq ft. They are priced from RM2.67 million onwards. Meanwhile, its Type B bungalows, priced from RM2.97 million, have some 56 detached homes. Each bungalow has built-up of 5,354 sq ft that houses eight rooms.

There are also 12 units of exclusive bungalows (Type C) sited on about 7,000 sq ft of land. The 10-roomed homes complete with internal lifts and a swimming pool, has a total built-up area of 8,412 sq ft, and is going for RM5 million onwards.

The clubhouse also has photovoltaic solar cells to provide power for its own consumption. It has a swimming pool, gymnasium, a café, meeting rooms and a hall for private functions.