Prima 12 to Take Shape in Cyberjaya This Year
CYBERJAYA: Prima 12, an integrated development comprising office buildings, residential area and commercial outlets, is to be built here in the third quarter of this year.
Prima Properties Management Sdn Bhd executive director C.M. Chong said with a nett floor area of 250,000 sq ft and an expected gross development value of RM180 million, Prima 12 is expected to be completed in 18 months.
"It has four blocks, Block A is a six-storey 35,000 sq ft office block, Block B is a seven-storey 40,000 sq ft office block, Block C is an eight-storey 65,000 sq ft office block while Block D is a six-storey 40,000 sq ft block housing apartments, shop offices and home office residences.
"There will also be a two-floor podium block that is meant for com mercial use, a drive-through food outlet and a gymnasium.
"We will also have a two-level parking lot with 600 bays," he told reporters at the introduction of Primera Suite, here, yesterday.
Chong said 50 per cent of the office space are for sale, with price ranging from RM600 to RM700 per sq ft, while all the apartments will be put on sale for around RM700 to RM800 per sq ft.
There will be only 60 apartment units and they will be fully furnished, he said, adding that special attention would be given to each unit, which will come with a selection of designer kitchenette and sanitary fittings and quality electrical appliances.
Located in Jalan Teknokrat 6, near Persiaran APEC, which is the main trunk road to Cyberjaya, this project would also encourage sustainable development by using green elements, he said.
On Primera Suite, which started operations last month, Chong said it offered 82 suites for rental, with the size range of 350 sq ft to 700 sq ft.
Apart from suite rooms with spacious and comfortable layout, there are SOHO units that come with working area and suite rooms, which are widely accepted by small and medium companies here, he said.
With promotional price of RM188 to RM350 per night, the occupancy rate is around 15 per cent at the moment, he added.