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City & Country: Mitraland to build RM1.3 bil project in Klang South

By Rachel Chew / City & Country / The Edge Malaysia | July 21, 2015 12:48 PM MYT


Mitraland, Klang South


MITRALAND GROUP SDN BHD will be building a new landmark in the fast-growing southern Klang corridor in Selangor. A number of townships, such as Bandar Bukit Tinggi, Bandar Botanic, Bayuemas and Bandar Parklands, have come up in this area, making Klang a rising housing and property investment hot spot. Banking on the potential of Klang South, Mitraland is embarking on a RM1.3 billion mixed-use development there called Gravit8.

“We looked at the opportunity and potential in Klang South. The place lacks a lifestyle development, a place where friends and families can gather and enjoy some time together. We want our project to be that place,” CEO Chuah Theong Yee tells City & Country. The name “Gravit8” is a play on the word “gravitate”, he adds.
http://www.theedgeproperty.com/my/content/city-country-mitraland-build-rm13-bil-project-klang-south
 

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Still looking around for the price range but in the mean time I found this article in the Starproperty.my (18th Aug 2015) :


Maritime theme
Inspired by Klang as a harbour city, Gravit8, an integrated development by Mitraland Group Sdn Bhd, will emerge in Klang South area to offer urban living, leisure, workplace and entertainment fronting a centrepiece lake. Phase 1 of Gravit8 was launched during the first quarter of 2015.

Aiming to become a lakefront landmark community, Gravit8 will combine shopping mall, retail shops, offices, service apartments and hotel that blend seamlessly with awe-inspiring elements offered by the lake, complete with landscaped surroundings.

Sprawled across 13.9 acres of freehold land, Gravit8 is designed with a creative concept of maritime heritage to give a sense of nautical setting in what used to be a dull area of the Klang Valley. The modern design of Gravit8 offers residents a sense of freedom and metropolitan lifestyle.

The maritime theme in Gravit8 is characterised by four different names:

1. Adria
Adria is derived from the Adriatic Sea in Europe, which is home to some of the world’s most beautiful coasts and islands. Adria represents the lifestyle of vibrant new urban generation in a trendy location. The colours chosen are mainly red, orange and yellow to emulate the buildings in Venice.

2. Nordica
Nordica got its name from the Norwegian Sea in Norway, which is a marginal sea in the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of Norway. Nordica represents a thriving living where residents can enjoy natural phenomenon of astounding lights. The colours, neon blue and viridian green, are a representation of the aurora borealis (also known as northern lights).

3. Andaman
Andaman, just like the Andaman Sea in Asia, represents a modern place to live and relax. Andaman Sea is a marginal sea of the northeastern Indian Ocean, which is home to exotic islands known as the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Andaman is where residents can unwind under pleasant violet colour that is derived from the Thai Orchid, a beautiful flower that grows abundantly at Andaman Sea.

4. Ashino
Ashino originates from the name Ashinoko Lake in Japan, which is a scenic lake in the Hakone area of Kanagawa Prefecture in Honshu. Ashino represents the beauty and nature elements of Gravit8 with a colour that is inspired by the Sakura flower, cherry blossom pink.
 

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Sitting on the site of the Sazean Business Center, I presume? That ambitious project seems to have gone dormant, with only the shops completed! :(
Yup yup. Talked to one of the sales person the other day and he mentioned they took over the land and will be developing it. Checkout the articles by the Edge and Star. Both are shinning a positive light on the development.
 

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Expect the 1+1 rooms to be below RM300k nett (after rebate) n the largest size n highest floor at 500k. Although the location is away from the heart (bkt tinggi), I bliv the pricing is reasonable. Looking forward to the aquarium in the marine themed mall!
 

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Haven`t start building yet.
So far I`m surveying the price. Indicative that it`s around RM300K onwards.
Already previewed first condo. Smallest unit almost sold out..Second condo previewing soon. From around 330+k nett with kitchen cabinets.

Honestly, the layout is FANTASTIC & the 1000sqft 3 bedders have 16 feet wide halls. Fittings are good as well. Main concern will be the density and retail development but the mall will have a premium grocer and gym among others :banana::banana:

Should be good for young ppl ownstay but rmbr the high absolute num of units yah. A few friends bought it for their weekend home/retirement place.
 
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