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December 20th, 2007, 12:25 PM
Project : D'Rapport, Ampang, KL
Developer : Perspektif Masa SB (Acmar International)
Location : Ampang
Site Size : 35 acres
Tenure : Leasehold
Launch Date : Nov 2007
Completion Date : Dec 2010
Type of Property : Condominium
Cost : RM690,000-5,518,304
Units : 1099 (phase 1)
Unit Size : 1100sq ft*-*4500sq ft
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December 21st, 2007, 12:59 AM
It will have incredible views! but mabey its just me, but im not into the whole quintuplet thing, i think it looks pretty nice though
December 30th, 2007, 04:10 PM
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January 10th, 2008, 02:02 PM
last picture is very nice!!!!!!
January 10th, 2008, 04:23 PM
wow, it's a nice project!! how many buildings? 10??
March 23rd, 2008, 09:06 AM
Putra Impiana offers value for money, says developer
Tuesday, February 19, 2008
By theSun (by Yap Yew Jin)
PETALING JAYA: The property market in Puchong is booming with an increasing demand for landed properties, particularly high-end ones. According to the developer of Taman Putra Impiana, Usahasama Utama Sdn Bhd, its properties there have been enjoying good capital appreciation. “For instance, the value of the units in Phase 1 have increased by 15% since their launch in 2006, and are expected to rise by a further 15% by year-end,” Ronnie Wong, head of
operations told theSun.
Phase 1 of Taman Putra Impiana is sold out, while Phase 2 has achieved a take-up of more than 95%. To date, more than 20% of the 80 units in Phase 3 have been sold since its launch in mid-January. Future phases will include terraced houses, shop lots and low-rise medium cost apartments. It is scheduled for completion within the next three to four years with a gross development value of RM231 million.
Targeted at first-time homebuyers and upgraders alike, the 2-storey link houses in the 100-acre leasehold Taman Putra Impiana, come with quality finishes to minimise the need for renovations. The project is a joint-venture development by Usahasama Utama, a member of Klangbased Acmar International, and landowner Permodalan Negeri Selangor Bhd (PNSB).
Wong said the units in the development are attractively priced and will appeal to small families and young couples, particularly in the middle-income group, whose dual incomes ranges from RM4,000 to RM7,500. “We are offering value for money as buyers will be saving on renovation costs,” he said.
The features of the homes include wooden laminated flooring for their 4ftwide staircases, column-free car porch laid with concrete-imprinted flooring, and porcelain tiles throughout the living area and dry kitchen. Prices range between RM286,800 and RM566,800 for units in the
latest phase, with built-ups from 2,072 sq ft to 2,641 sq ft.
The development is accessible via a network of highways, including the Damansara Puchong Highway (LDP), North South Central Link, KL-Seremban Highway and Kesas Highway. Nearby amenities include Jusco, Tesco and Giant hypermarkets as well as IOI Mall.
Wong said that despite the rise in petrol prices, the developer still managed to price its properties at a competitive rate by absorbing the increased construction costs. “In comparison, a similar 2-storey terrace in the freehold Bandar Bukit Puchong is valued from RM380,000,” he said.
Acmar has been involved in the automative business since 1979, but later diversified into property development and management, construction, leisure and entertainment, education, healthcare and warehousing. The group has completed several residential and commercial projects including Taman Jati in Jeram, Taman Cempaka in Banting, Wisma TLT in Klang and Acmar Villa in Ampang. Its ongoing projects include D’Rapport @ Ampang, Bandar Baru Klang in Klang and Kemensah Indah in Melawati.
March 23rd, 2008, 11:35 AM
Wow.. huge and nice :)
April 2nd, 2008, 07:09 AM
April 11th, 2008, 02:51 PM
S Korea’s Woori Investment to open M’sian branch in May
by Siow Chen Ming
KUALA LUMPUR: South Korea’s investment firm Woori Investment & Securities Co Ltd is set to open a representative office in Kuala Lumpur in May. The branch will provide a range of corporate and investment advisory services in close collaboration with the AmInvestment group, said Sonny Kim Sung Oh, Woori Investment’s representative director in Malaysia.
“We will mainly be advising Korea companies on investing in Malaysia and to facilitate such activities and vice versa,” says Kim when met at the Invest Malaysia Forum last week.
He said the local office will be 100% owned by its South Korea’s parent without any equity participation by AmInvestment. Woori Investment is a member of Woori Financial Group, Korea’s the largest financial services group.
The firm has 118 branches in the country and six overseas subsidiaries and representative offices in London, New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai and Vietnam.
The creation of a representative office in Malaysia is timely to meet surging requests from Korean companies seeking investment opportunities in the Malaysian market.
According to Kim, more Korea businesses have begun to show interest in Malaysia, particularly on the property sector following the relaxation of rules on purchases by foreigners. For instance, developer CI Korea Co Ltd, together with Daol Fund, paid Sunway City Bhd RM170 million last December for a 249-unit luxury condominium block project, known as Sunway South Quay.
In May, Hanju I & D Co Ltd purchased 204 units of the Savanna condominiums in Bukit Jalil from Berjaya Land Bhd for RM64 million. Hanju had subsequently re-sold the condominiums to Korean investors and senior citizens who would make Malaysia their second home.
Through a joint venture with local parties, another Korean developer and construction outfit Menos 21 Co Ltd is also involved in the high-end condominium project known as D’Rapport @ Ampang, which has a gross development value of RM1.5 billion. About 30,000 Koreans are reportedly living and working in Malaysia, with about 15% concentrated in the Ampang area in the Klang Valley, and the rest in the major cities across the nation.
May 3rd, 2008, 05:07 PM
May 25th, 2008, 02:39 PM
Acmar hopeful of RM3b GDV from D'Rapport
By Ooi Tee Ching, Published: 2008/05/16, BusinessTimes
KLANG-BASED property developer Acmar International Sdn Bhd is optimistic that its new project in Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, could generate RM3 billion in gross development value.
"The D'Rapport development is a profit-sharing venture with the Selangor state government via Permodalan Negeri Selangor Bhd," said group executive director Johnson Tee Kim Hock.
Sited on 25ha next to the South Korean Embassy along Jalan Nipah, off Jalan Ampang, D'Rapport is being developed in two phases.
The first phase, named Festa, will take up 3.65ha. The five blocks of condominiums will total up to 1,099 units with built-up sizes ranging between 1,100 sq ft and 2,300 sq ft.
The current selling price for Festa units averages at RM750 per sq ft and they are priced from RM750,000 each.
Tee said details of the second phase are still being finalised.
D'Rapport upmarket condominiums will cater to expatriates and participants of Malaysia My Second Home programme.
"We're located next to the Korean Embasssy and there are several international schools nearby," he said.
Sabah Development Bank is extending a RM125 million bridging loan to Acmar for the project.
Tee was speaking to reporters after Acmar awarded a RM40 million piling job to Bauer (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd.
Representing Acmar was group managing director Datuk Steven Tee and Bauer managing director Thomas Domanski signed on behalf of his company.
Also present were Sabah Development Bank chairman Peter Siau, German Embassy deputy ambassador Dr Armin Koesler and South Korean Embassy first secretary Kim Im Sup.
June 2nd, 2008, 03:58 PM
the korean embassy just few steps away
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View beyond KL from right location!
November 9th, 2008, 04:54 PM
Malaysia - Korea Project
The korean embassy just few steps away
November 9th, 2008, 10:47 PM
November 27th, 2008, 06:24 AM
D'Rapport @ Ampang
November 27th, 2008, 11:12 AM
D'Rapport @ Ampang
November 27th, 2008, 12:35 PM
D'Rapport @ Ampang
November 27th, 2008, 04:13 PM
Other side of view
January 11th, 2009, 01:01 PM
Ampang New Town
March 16th, 2009, 09:59 PM
Acmar Eyes Good Response To Condo Sales
March 11, 2009 16:30 PM
KUALA LUMPUR, March 11 (Bernama) -- Acmar International is confident the first phase of its 1,099-unit D'Rapport@Ampang condominium project will be fully taken up by this year.
Its group executive director, Johnson Tee Kim Hock, said at the moment 200 units, or 30 percent, had been snapped up, mostly by Singaporeans and the Arabs.
"We are talking about high-end product and today a lot of foreigners are coming to Malaysia and they are looking to stay near Ampang area.
"We are targeting to sell 80 percent of the units to foreigners," he said at the ceremony to sign bridging loan facilities here today.
Perspektif Masa Sdn Bhd, a unit of Acmar and developer of the condos, signed an agreement with Sabah Development Bank (SDB) for RM601 million facilities.
It also signed an agreement to appoint Asian Finance Bank as global property distribution agent and provider of end-financing for the buyers.
Tee said foreigners were buying properties here because they were cheaper.
He said the condo project has a total gross development value of RM1.6 billion.
Meanwhile, SDB chairman, Peter Siau Wui Kee, said project offered great potentials as it was situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
March 16th, 2009, 10:00 PM
Acmar unit gets RM601mil loan to build RM1.5bil condo
Thursday March 12, 2009
KUALA LUMPUR: Perspektif Masa Sdn Bhd, a unit of Acmar International, has secured a RM601mil loan from Sabah Development Bank Bhd (SDB) to finance the development of its RM1.5bil D’Rapport luxury condominiums in Ampang here.
Acmar International group managing director Datuk Steven Tee said the company was set to launch the first phase of the project in the next four months due to a good take-up rate of 30% during the development’s preview in recent months.
“We are also in talks with foreign parties from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Iran and South Korea for possible en bloc sales,” he told a press conference after signing the credit facility agreement of RM601mil with SDB. “We are targeting 80% of the purchases from expatriates.”
The condo units’ current buyers are from Singapore, Middle East and South Korea, he added.
To encourage higher take-up rates from South Korea, Acmar International has invested approximately RM2mil in a new customer service and sales centre in Seoul, Tee said.
Acmar International chairman Datuk Abdul Samad Maharuddin said property prices in Kuala Lumpur remained competitive compared to overseas prices.
The project, jointly undertaken with Permodalan Negeri Selangor Bhd, consists of five 38-storey blocks comprising a total of 1,099 units and a gross development value of RM1.5bil.
Perspektif Masa also signed an agreement to appoint Asian Finance Bank Bhd (AFB) as D’Rapport’s global property distribution agent and end financier.
AFB chief executive officer Datuk Mohammad Azahari Kamil said: “Property market in the right location is still going on strong despite the soft market of the real estate industry. We strongly believe that given the right product, pricing and location, buyers will continue to dominate the market.”
Covering 65 acres of land along Jalan Ampang, the project, also known as Festa, will be completed by 2011.
D’Rapport’s penthouses are priced from RM5.17mil while the suites range from RM880,000 to RM1.98mil.
March 16th, 2009, 10:01 PM
Acmar expects RM640m sales from condo project by Q3
By Sharen KaurPublished: 2009/03/12
ACMAR International Sdn Bhd is optimistic of selling two residential blocks at its D'Rapport @ Ampang project in Kuala Lumpur for RM640 million by the third quarter this year.
The Klang-based developer's confidence is boosted by enquiries from serious buyers in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan and Korea, group managing director Datuk Steven Tee said.
D'Rapport is designed specifically to cater to expatriates and participants of Malaysia My Second Home programme. It will be developed on 25ha of leasehold land, next to the South Korean Embassy along Jalan Nipah, off Jalan Ampang, in two phases.
The first phase, called Festa and worth RM1.6 billion, is scheduled to complete by December 2010.
It will comprise five 38-storey condominium blocks offering 1,099 units with built-up sizes ranging between 1,100 sq ft and 2,230 sq ft.
Tee said two blocks are open for en bloc buyers. The rest are for individual purchasers.
Since the sales launch four months ago, 200 units worth RM250 million have been snapped up by buyers from Korea, Singapore, the Middle East and Malaysia, Tee said.
"We hope to achieve 100 per cent sales by December, recognised instantly as we bill," he said.
The Festa units are pegged from RM900 per sq ft or RM880,000 each to RM1.98 million. Penthouses, with built-up of 4,496 sq ft, are worth around RM5.2 million.
Perspektif Masa Sdn Bhd, a unit of Acmar, yesterday appointed Asian Finance Bank Bhd (AFB) as the global property distribution agent for D'Rapport, and end financier for prospective buyers.
AFB will market the condominiums in South Korea, Iran and the Middle East.
Chief executive officer Datuk Mohamed Azahari Kamil said despite the difficult economic times, the bank, in its effort to stimulate growth in Islamic financial products, will continue to lend.
"This venture to promote luxurious condominiums to the Korean and the Middle Eastern markets via our home financing should be perceived as the initial step towards promoting Islamic finance to the Koreans for financing their property in Malaysia," he said.
An agreement was also inked with Sabah Development Bank Bhd, which will extend RM601 million in credit facilities to Acmar, to build the five blocks.
Acmar will appoint by next month, contractors from Korea and China for the superstructure work.
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July 7th, 2009, 09:35 AM
The KLCC, Embassy Valley
D'RAPPORT@AMPANG is only 3 km from KLCC where Petronas
Twin Tower is also located. Within its vicinity there are already various
International schools and various Embassies nearby.
*Embassy Road where 45 embassies are located on including
the Korean Embassy
Maximum 300m wide Lake Park
It is not often that you will find a large man
made lake in the heart of city which will
eventually be converted into a beautifully
landscaped designed lake within this entire
development. It provides an environment
friendly and luxurious.
LOHAS complex combined
D'RAPPORT@AMPANG is an advanced
type LOHAS whereby it comes with the latest
features and extremely generously designed
park and themed garden areas to express the
luxury of a resort within the homes.
*LOHAS - Lifestyles Of Health And Sustainability
January 26th, 2012, 08:38 AM
:bash: senyap je nih...
April 10th, 2013, 06:06 PM
Project pending for relaunch
This photo shows the latest progress...
View from the Observation Deck (http://www.flickr.com/photos/maxunterwegs/6959643017/) by maxunterwegs (http://www.flickr.com/people/maxunterwegs/), on Flickr