KUALA LUMPUR (June 19): Puncakdana Sdn Bhd plans to launch Myara Park on June 30. At 23 and 17 storeys, the two-tower Myara Park will be the tallest project in Ara Damansara.
Scheduled for completion in 2026, the low-density, freehold mixed-use project has a gross development value of almost RM200 million. The towers will be connected by a facilities podium on the fifth floor, four levels of commercial retail space and a three-level basement car park.
Executive director Chuah Chong Ewe says Myara Park targets young families and owner-occupiers. “Myara Park will appeal to those looking for sleek, spacious units that are suitable for families and upgraders.”
Puncakdana has also acquired a 2.35-acre freehold parcel (via Luster Industries Bhd) in Ara Damansara, Petaling Jaya, on March 1 and plans to launch other projects in Dengkil, Selangor, Kota Baru, Kelantan and Juru, Penang.
Read more about Myara Park and the company’s plans in the latest issue of City & Country, which comes out with The Edge Malaysia weekly’s June 20 edition.
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