Selangor Dredging Berhad (SDB), one of West Malaysia’s leading boutique developers, is currently embarking on a roadshow to highlight its new Service Apartment block called SqWhere in Sungai Buloh, just on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur.
SDB, a company listed on the Malaysian stock exchange, has over the decades built an extremely loyal following in West Malaysia and continues to attract purchasers due to anticipated capital appreciation post-launch of its various projects. This is due to SDB’s reputation for developing exceptional developments and going the extra mile to delight purchasers.
The dates and venues of its roadshow in East Malaysia are as follows:
14 to 26 March : Vivacity Megamall, Kuching
28 March to 2 April : City One Megamall, Kuching
14 to 19 March : Imago Shopping Mall, Kota Kinabalu
21 to 26 March : 1Borneo Hypermall, Kota Kinabalu
28 March to 2 April : City Mall, Kota Kinabalu
SDB communications lead Lina Othman said that continued interest in the company’s upcoming launches stem from its brand promise “Driving Excellence, Building Lifelong Relationships”.
“Our continued emphasis on the 4Es principles – namely, Economic, Environment, Emotional and Engagement – serves as reassurance to purchasers that developments from SDB are limited and of high quality,” she said. Some of SDB’s developments include Five Stones and Ameera in SS2 Petaling Jaya, and Park Seven and Dedaun in KLCC.
Many of the company’s developments are award-winning and continue to be sought after due to market belief that they would appreciate in value post-launch. “The strong uptake of SDB properties – although they tend to be priced at a premium compared to similar properties – stem from purchasers’ belief that they would strongly appreciate post-launch,” said an analyst with a foreign research house.
“SDB has always over-achieved in its commitment to deliver quality developments. The company is very focused on its business strategy and always goes the extra mile to building lifelong relationships with purchaser – and this stance is its most powerful driver which is why I have never heard a complaint about Selangor Dredging properties but plenty of compliments,” he said.
Perfect marriage between nature and bustling KL life!
Phase 1 of SqWhere was the SOVO (small office, versatile office) tower and retail offices has to date achieved 95% sales.
SqWhere stands out as the perfect marriage between nature and bustling city life with its 1.7 acre elevated forest deck and connectivity to six Klang Valley highways and a Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line and directly linked via a 75 meter link bridge to the Kg Selamat MRT station. The Kampung Selamat MRT has been opened from December 2016 onwards as part of the first phase of the MRT1 Sungai Buloh-Kajang Line (thereby giving riders direct access to the Sunway Giza, 1Utama and The Curve malls just a few stops away), and 2017 will signal completion of MRT1 and access straight into the heart of the Golden Triangle in central Kuala Lumpur.
Kampung Selamat is just one stop away from Sg Buloh station for the KTM and MRT2 Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya Line connection. MRT 2 is the line which will also stop at the proposed High Speed Rail station which will have direct connectivity to Singapore.
“While the city’s developments are required to have 10% of land area dedicated to landscaping, SqWhere goes above and beyond at 61% landscaping on the forest deck and retail square,” said Lina.
Nestled amidst the forest deck’s greenery, residents can relax and wind back with three different pools: a healthy saltwater lap pool, a hydrotherapy pool as well as a children’s pool for the young to frolic in. This brings total landscaped area to 2.94 acres out of SqWhere’s total 4.84 acres. The 27-storey serviced apartment’s units come in six variations ranging from 1,055 square feet to a whopping 2,476 square feet, each with two to four car park bays. Indicative price per sq foot starts from RM650 psf.
But even this space is put to good use, with SqWhere’s rectilinear layouts of the homes ensuring optimal efficiency as larger-than-average windows and sliding doors help light up and ventilate the home, helping residents reduce their carbon footprint and lighten the monthly burden on their wallets for electricity costs.
Sqwhere is an earthquake resistant building, and each unit comes with complete kitchen cabinetry while bathrooms come equipped with integrated wash basins and cabinets in addition to mosaic-tiled shower areas.