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Old February 17th, 2006, 03:01 AM   #1
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SENTUL WEST & SENTUL EAST (BY YTL) | Proposals, Projects & Construction Updates



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Today's Sentul is divided into Sentul West & Sentul East.

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Old February 17th, 2006, 04:06 PM   #2
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interesting link didn't know it is so big!
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Old February 19th, 2006, 01:27 AM   #3
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Yeah apparently when I looked into the website, then only I realised this is a huge project in a suburb. But I dunno how to cut and paste the masterplan out... so many pieces there...
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Yalah... its a big development
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Old February 26th, 2006, 09:10 AM   #5
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Beautiful Sentul Scenery
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Old February 27th, 2006, 04:04 AM   #6
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Yea....Sentul Park is lovely!


Love the old colonial buildings that are acattered around in there
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Old June 1st, 2007, 07:21 AM   #7
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I believe this is the apartment for Sentul West
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The Tamarind@Sentul East
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Old June 1st, 2007, 08:59 AM   #8
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so big!! It may turn out to be better than the masterplan.
btw,thanks triple-j for the latest update
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Old July 9th, 2007, 07:41 AM   #9
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YTL does its bit to preserve environment via Bird Island

PROPERTY TALK
By S.C. CHEAH

IT is always heartening to hear of companies that care about society. It can be helping the underprivileged, fighting diseases or making the world a better place to live in.

YTL Land & Development Bhd (YTL Land), a leading property developer in the country, is in the forefront of shaping the mental and physical landscape for a greener housing industry.

It has been advocating environmental protection and promoting energy efficiency for over a decade, and has called its mission “seeking zero”, a rallying cry for people everywhere to start taking responsibility for their own lifestyle, in order to create a more sustainable society in the long term.

In this regard, it has launched another initiative called the Bird Island Green Homes Competition on July 3.

Bird Island is the name of a small island in the centre of its 35-acre Sentul Park in Sentul West, Kuala Lumpur. The park itself is testimony of YTL Land's efforts to preserve as much greenery as possible while retaining the old Sentul name, which is the name of a big tree.


From left: YTL Land executive director Datuk Victor Yeoh, project advisor & master planner of Bird Island Competition Stephen Pimbley and Tan Sri Francis Yeoh at Bird Island in Sentul Park.

(Its other initiatives include the Climate Change Week in March).

YTL Land has commissioned this competition, the first green architectural competition of its kind in the world, where eight renowned international architectural firms will compete to build six “sustainable architectural” designs that can minimise the negative environmental impact of buildings by enhancing efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy, and development space.

The eight firms are Atelier 10, Grant Associates, Plasma Studio (all from Britain), GRAFT (Germany), Zoka Zola (US), Innovarchi (Australia), KplusK Associates (Hong Kong) and MAD (China).

These firms will have until Aug 19 to submit their designs along with a proposal statement. The designs will be judged based on architectural vision, which covers innovation, new approaches to materials and sustainability, and also contemporary design in a sustainable community and landscape. The designs will also be judged from an engineering aspect encompassing new ways of engaging sustainable technologies, low maintenance solutions and ability to meet energy consumption targets.

Six houses (on sites from 150 to 180 sq metres) based on the six winning designs will be built on Bird Island. Each team will submit two designs for a three-bedroom villa. The winners will be announced in September.

YTL Land managing director Tan Sri Francis Yeoh, who is the chairman of the panel of eight judges, stressed that it was not YTL's intention to derive monetary gain from the competition as the six ecofriendly homes would not be for sale but would hopefully pave the way for “green architecture” in Malaysia.

In fact, YTL will be spending some US$200,000 on the event, not counting the cost of building the houses.

The participating architects are allowed to spend up to US$250,000 to build each home, which may later be rented out.

However, more importantly is the “invaluable learning opportunity” that this unique YTL Land project (brainchild of YTL Land executive director Datuk Victor Yeoh Seok Kian) presents for Malaysian architects and engineers. The competition's project advisor and master planner Stephen Pimbley is a partner of SMC Alsop, one of Britain's renowned architectural firms.

It will showcase the best in terms of cutting edge design and compliance with the highest international accreditation standards for energy efficiency and sustainability.

YTL Land has made a bold gesture to contribute something to society, unlike many corporations today which are only concerned with making profits. In the housing industry we have seen many developers merely build and build, resulting in ill-conceived developments.

The question is: “Can these designs be translated into mass housing for the average Malaysian?” Malaysia has abundant sunshine and there have been talks over the years of using photovoltaic cells to tap solar energy to provide electricity for the homes. Perhaps YTL Land's “seeking zero” initiative can be an impetus to revive interest in areas such as solar energy.

Meanwhile Francis Yeoh said after launching the competition that with the Government's recent incentives for the property market and encouraging more foreigners to make Malaysia their second home, Malaysian developers should build “wonderful” homes for both foreigners and Malaysians to match global standards.

He lamented that many developers took the easy way of merely constructing buildings that might not stand the test of time.

In Singapore, for instance, many condominiums were being torn down and redeveloped by top architects and sold at a much higher price. “We do not want to go down the expediency way. We want to build a masterpiece that can sustain through the ages,” said Yeoh, quoting legendary American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright: “All fine architectural values are human values, else not valuable.”
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time to rename the LRT and KTM Komuter stations in the area...

Let KTM Sentul become Sentul West

Let LRT Sentul become Sentul South

Let LRT Sentul Timur stay as it is...

extend the LRT (it's definitely time for this to happen) and perhaps the Batu Cantonment LRT/KTM link (that's what we are wishing for) will be named Sentul North*....to complete the cardinal directions....

*I suppose, Sentul NW...would be more accurate but its ok

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Old October 8th, 2007, 06:31 PM   #11
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SENTUL REJUVENATES





THE MAPLE
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THE TAMARIND
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Old October 9th, 2007, 08:48 AM   #12
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the project is nice, the architecture is great...but i have some problem with the location, i mean the whole SENTUL, it seems the YTL's project doesn't suit sentul area which is famous for foreign workers(not expats), old and decayed shophouses, low cost housing.....

i mean, if YTL could ever turn Sentul into Bangsar/Damansara-like township...then i salute Tan Sri Yeoh
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Old October 11th, 2007, 05:33 PM   #13
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Old January 12th, 2008, 07:47 AM   #14
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YTL Land's Sentul West & Sentul East Continues To Captivate

YTL Land & Development Berhad’s Sentul West & Sentul East continues to captivate the market as buyers rushed to stake a claim in the project’s latest edition of boutique offices, d6 during its preview last weekend. By the end of the first day, the project had recorded a remarkable 90% uptake, mirroring the sell-out success of d7, Sentul’s first commercial project launched four months ago.

Already in demand for its quality homes, Sentul is now shaping itself as a business precinct that redefines traditional offices with a new breed of architecturally stunning offices for the next generation. Together with d7, the 80-unit d6 boutique offices is set to bring a new lease of energy into Sentul East’s stylish cosmopolitan environment, as both developments are interlinked through a sky bridge that stretches over Jalan Sentul.

Commenting on the strong buyer response to d6’s pre-launch, Dato’ Yeoh Seok Kian, Executive Director of YTL Land & Development Berhad, said “Businesses these days have come to realize that of equal importance to having a reputable address is the cachet of being associated with a new genre of offices, to reflect their own unique offerings.”

“As a result, in spite of a 20% price increase from d7, we have continued to sustain the interest of the market with d6, proving the underlying strength of Sentul as KL’s next thriving commercial hub,” added Dato’ Yeoh.


Priced from RM450 per sq. ft., d6 units range from 1,091 to 3,758 sq. ft. in size. Buyers have a choice of three distinct, unique layouts – Sky Offices, which are duplex units with features such as stunning glass skylights and an internal courtyard; the lush Garden Offices with a landscaped garden terrace in every unit; and Office Suites that come with its own pantry, store and a spacious interior owing to its column-free layout. Some of the enterprising features of d6 include a building interior contrasted by dynamically designed corridors that open to the sky, allowing light to stream into a typically sterile environment found in dark recesses of an office building.


Sentul was recently recognised at the 2007 FIABCI Malaysia Property Awards for ‘Best Master Plan’, which since 2002 has uplifted this once forgotten sleepy railway town next to the city’s already established addresses. Today, Sentul continues to grow in confidence as its private park homes – The Maple recently breached the RM500 per sq. ft. mark, resulting in a staggering appreciation of 100% from its initial selling price of RM250 per sq. ft. This is mainly due to the upsurge in interest from foreign buyers who are encouraged by the recent measures taken to ease property ownership. The Saffron in Sentul East is also ready to receive its residents in their new homes ahead of schedule.

About d6 at Sentul East


The RM100 million freehold d6 development will feature cutting-edge duplex offices, boutique offices with retail and F&B outlets encased in lush landscaping, water features and artistic sculptures in the atrium area, designed exclusively with the next generation in mind. Set to invigorate Sentul by infusing a new vibrancy into an area treasured for its rich historical background and business heritage, d6 is the perfect commercial location with its Sentul Walk frontage and connectivity in every sense of the word. Apart from being fully broadband enabled, the offices are accessible by lifts and the building watched over by 24-hour state of the art security systems.



Excellent connectivity and location were also major factors in d6’s success as a future business hub. The area is easily accessible with the new Sentul Link that connects Lebuhraya Mahameru to Jalan Sentul, the Duta-Segambut Link designed to ease traffic flow at Jalan Segambut and the Jalan Duta roundabout, as well as the Duta-Ulu Klang Expressway (DUKE), which directly links to the SPRINT, Federal, North-South highways. Public transportation is also available with KTM Komuter and LRT stations in the near vicinity.
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wow, thx greg...any pic on how d6 will look like?
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YTL boutique offices enjoy brisk sales


YTL Land attributes the strong demand for the offices at its Sentul West & Sentul East project to the importance placed by buyers for having a reputable address

YTL Land & Development Bhd's latest boutique offices at its Sentul West & Sentul East project in Kuala Lumpur was 90 per cent sold by the end of the first preview day last week.

The company expects demand for the 80-unit boutique offices, called d6, to follow that of d7, which is Sentul's first commercial project that was sold out when it was launched four months ago.

YTL Land executive director Datuk Yeoh Seok Kian attributed the strong demand to the importance placed by buyers for having a reputable address with a new genre of offices to reflect their products and services.



"As a result, in spite of a 20 per cent price increase from d7, we have continued to sustain the interest of the market with d6, proving the underlying strength of Sentul as Kuala Lumpur's next thriving commercial hub," he said in a statement.

The d6 office units are priced from RM450 per sq ft, with sizes ranging from 1,091 sq ft to 3,758 sq ft.

The RM100 million freehold d6 development features three office layouts - Sky Offices, which are duplex units with glass skylights and an internal courtyard; Garden Offices with a landscaped garden terrace; and Office Suites with its own pantry, store and a spacious interior.

The office-building will be fully broadband-enabled, equipped with 24-hour state-of-the-art security systems and accompanied by retail and food and beverages outlets.

"Together with d7, the d6 boutique offices are set to bring a new lease of energy into Sentul East's stylish cosmopolitan environment, as both developments are interlinked through a sky bridge that stretches over Jalan Sentul," YTL Land said.
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YTL Land gets 90% take-up for d6 offices



KUALA LUMPUR: YTL Land & Development Bhd recorded 90% take-up for d6, the latest edition of boutique offices at Sentul West & Sentul East, in just one day during a weekend preview.

The achievement mirrored the sell-out success of d7, Sentul’s first commercial project launched four months ago, YTL Land said in a statement.

The 80-unit d6 boutique offices are interlinked to d7 through a sky bridge that stretches over Jalan Sentul.

The RM100mil freehold d6 development features cutting-edge duplex offices, boutique offices with retail and food and beverage outlets, lush landscaping, water features and artistic sculptures in the atrium area,

YTL Land executive director Datuk Yeoh Seok Kian said despite a 20% price increase from d7, “we have continued to sustain the interest of the market with d6, proving the underlying strength of Sentul as KL’s next thriving commercial hub.”

Priced from RM450 per sq ft, d6 units range from 1,091 to 3,758 sq ft in size.

d6 offers three layouts – Sky Offices, which are duplex units with features such as glass skylights and an internal courtyard; Garden Offices with a landscaped garden terrace in every unit; and Office Suites that come with its own pantry, store and column-free layout.
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YTL bangun fasa d6 projek Sentul East RM100j
KUALA LUMPUR 20 Jan. – YTL Land & Development Bhd. (YTL), pemaju hartanah terkemuka di negara ini mula membangunkan fasa d6 projek pembangunan Sentul East bernilai RM100 juta.

Pengarah Eksekutif YTL, Datuk Yeoh Seok Kian berkata, projek itu mendapat sambutan hebat, apabila 90 peratus daripada lot-lot berkenaan berjaya dijual semasa pameran jualan yang berlangsung pada minggu lepas.

Fasa d6 Sentul East adalah projek yang berkonsepkan butik pejabat dengan menampilkan rekaan dan kemudahan masa depan sesuai sebagai pusat komersial.

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Kejayaan menjual lot-lot butik pejabat itu berikutan pemilik perniagaan sekarang lebih mementingkan keunikan serta lokasi pejabat yang strategik, katanya dalam satu kenyataan.

‘‘Penjualannya rancak sejak hari pertama pameran lagi, menunjukkan Sentul merupakan lokasi strategik yang bakal menjadi hab komersial Kuala Lumpur.

‘‘Selain mempunyai kawasan perumahan yang berkualiti, Sentul kini berkembang menjadi pusat perniagaan, menjadikan 80 unit di bawah fasa d6 itu, sebahagian daripada gaya kosmopolitan Sentul East,’’ katanya.

Unit d6 mempunyai keluasan dari 1,091 hingga 3,758 kaki persegi berharga RM450 sekaki persegi, dengan tiga pilihan reka bentuk iaitu Sky Offices dengan ruangan terbuka, Garden Offices dengan seni taman serta Suites Offices dengan ruangan pejabat yang luas.
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