SELANGOR, March 22 – Mah Sing Group Berhad (Mah Sing) has achieved a 95% take up rate with Delphy, the final phase of M Aruna over 1 weekend’s launch. The low density 96.7-acre gated landed residential community in Rawang has a gross development value of RM520million.
M Aruna’s final phase, Delphy comprises 177 units of double storey link homes with a gross development value of RM108million. With prices starting from RM662,800, Delphy come with four bedrooms and three bathrooms, with built ups of 1,800sqft (20ft by 75ft). An actual on-site unit was fully furnished as a show unit and launched to the public over the weekend. This is to enable buyers to immerse themselves in the property, gain a better understanding of the intended development and visualise how each space could be utilized.
Delphy is designed with an open plan concept for better air-flow and natural daylight penetration. Units are arranged in North-South directions to minimize direct glare from the sun and heat and promote energy savings. Mah Sing is also raising energy conservation awareness by incorporating tracking methods that can help reduce energy consumption. Delphy units come with a Smart Home system that allows homeowners to control CCTV, appliances, thermostats, lights, and other devices remotely using a smartphone or tablet through an internet connection.
Mah Sing’s Group Chief Executive Officer, Datuk Ho Hon Sang said, “We have fast-tracked the development of Delphy, with expected completion next year in 2023. Our M Aruna project has achieved an above-average QLASSIC score of 75%, reflecting the high quality of construction workmanship Note 1*. The continued interest in our Rawang townships reflects the home buyers’ trust in the Mah Sing brand in developing well-designed, right-priced products in strategic locations. M Aruna is Mah Sing’s third township in Rawang, and the fourth development, M Panora, is coming soon after. With the current low-interest rate environment as well as competitive pricing for a home that is suitable for 3 generations, we are confident that the balance units in Delphy will be snapped up quickly. M Panora which will be launched this year should be equally well-received.”
With close to 500-acres landbank in Rawang, Mah Sing has witnessed its rapid development as well as dramatic increase in population over a 10-year period. Today, Rawang is a popular location to reside, and securing a strategic location was a major factor in Mah Sing’s land acquisition. Surrounded by matured neighbourhoods, M Aruna is just 5km from AEON Rawang and is accessible via the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) and KL-Kuala Selangor Expressway (Latar Expressway). It is connected to the Latar Expressway via Jalan Tasik Puteri, which has shortened the travelling time to Kuala Lumpur by 20 minutes. The township is also located about 10km from the Rawang KTM station.
Nearby amenities include AEON Rawang (5km away), NSK Trade City (8km), Giant Hypermarket Rawang (10km) and Tesco Rawang (13km). Educational facilities in the vicinity include SK Taman Desa, SJK Kota Emerald, SJK Kundang and SMK Bandar Tasik Puteri.
As with many of its developments, Mah Sing is investing in improving the location’s infrastructure to benefit its buyers and the surrounding populace. The current Jalan Desa will be upgraded from a single two-way lane road to a double two-way lane road in M Aruna, at a cost of approximately RM4.5million. The 1.55-kilometer road will provide ease and enhanced access to different public amenities in the area, helping the neighbouring community while also accommodating future traffic.
The development features a dedicated residents-only 2acre central park with a Secret Garden concept. Facilities include a whimsical themed landscaped park, a treehouse-themed playground, challenging bike park, jogging track, reflexology park, relaxing hammocks, a half-basketball court and an outdoor gym.
Interested homebuyers for Type Delphy can waze https://waze.com/ul/hw285n0wms to visit M Aruna Sales Gallery at Rawang or call 03-9212 8318 for viewing.
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Note 1* Based on a technical report by Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (“CIDB”), the overall QLASSIC mean score is 73 from 2015 to 2018. (ANALYSIS DEFECT CIS 7 & QLASSIC ACEPTABLE SCORE (2015–2018): CIDB TECHNICAL REPORT PUBLICATION NO: 206.)