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The Willows

August 21st, 2011 18 comments

The Willows is a freehold residential project located along Jalan Baru, Perai, Penang. Comprising two 34-storey apartments blocks with 8 units per floor.  It is located opposite megamall.

Property Project : The Willows
Location : Jalan Baru, Perai, Penang
Property Type : Apartment/Condominium
Tenure : Freehold
Built-up Area: 1,250 sq.ft. onwards
Developer : New Bob Realty

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Preston Oaks

August 21st, 2011 4 comments

Preston Oaks off Western Avenue. An exclusive enclave with a new sense of prestige, and a private road that takes you straight to your lavish abode – this is the true definition of a modern royal lifestyle. Nestled in the affluent surrounding off Western Avenue, this prime marvel is a luxury you deserve. With ingenious planning and sophisticated designs, a dream was realized. And it’s now a reality for the special few.

4 Units 3 Storey Bungalow On Lot 698, Jalan Lim Mah Chye 
Plot 1 (Floor plan): (L/A: 6,847 sq.ft. / Built Up: 6,634 sq.ft.) Price: RM 6,400,000
Plot 2 (Floor plan): (L/A: 6,728 sq.ft. / Built Up: 6,809 sq.ft.) Price: RM 6,480,000
Plot 3 (Floor plan): (L/A: 6,394 sq.ft. / Built Up: 6,329 sq.ft.) Price: RM 5,980,000
Plot 4 (Floor plan): (L/A: 6,233 sq.ft. / Built Up: 5,831 sq.ft.) Price: RM 5,800,000

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Property Project : Preston Oaks

Location : Off Western Avenue, Georgetown, Penang
Property Type : 3-Storey Bungalow
Tenure : Freehold
Total Units : 4
Developer : New Bob Realty
Contact No : 016-416 8282
Indicative Price: 
RM 5,800,000 onwards

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Fragonard Garden

August 21st, 2011 39 comments

Fragonard Garden is located within the established township of Balik Pulau, Penang. This residential property development comprises 68 units of 2-storey terrace houses.

Property Project : Fragonard Garden
Location : Balik Pulau, Penang
Property Type : 2-Storey Terrace
Tenure : Freehold
Total Units : 68
Developer : VST Group
Contact No.: 016-420 7727 / 016-427 8766

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Easing the bottleneck

August 20th, 2011 1 comment

TRAFFIC woes along the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway will be eased with a proposed road widening work, said Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng.

The plan is to extend and relocate an existing pedestrian bridge to construct a 250m-long and 5.65m-wide lane along a stretch of the expressway near the N-Park Condominium.

It will convert the existing stretch of two-lane carriageway to become a three-lane carriageway from George Town to Bayan Lepas.

“This will solve the traffic bottleneck problem especially during peak hours with heavy traffic flow towards Bayan Lepas,” he said after inspecting the site yesterday.

On weekdays, an average of 75,000 vehicles use the Penang Bridge into the island with a large part of the traffic heading towards Bayan Lepas.

Lim said the road widening work was scheduled to commence on Sept 12, and once completed, it would be followed by the creation of a U-turn some 800m ahead of the pedestrian bridge.

The U-turn is 660m in length and will shorten the distance for road users travelling from George Town to Tesco on Lebuh Tunku Kudin, E-Gate commercial com- plex and Jalan Mesjid Negri by 3.5km.

“Both projects will take about eight months to complete,” he said, adding that presently, road users wanting to make a U-turn had to use the Bayan Mutiara Interchange.

Lim said a study would be conducted with the help of Malaysian Highway Authority (LLM) to see if the 26-year-old pedestrian bridge could be removed.

He also said a month-long feedback gathering exercise would be held after the Hari Raya celebration to get the public?s opinion.

Leading property developer IJM Land will undertake both projects as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme.

Its northern region general manager Toh Chin Leong said the total cost for both projects was estimated at RM2mil.

Also present during the inspection were state Public Works, Utilities and Transportation Committee chairman Lim Hock Seng, Batu Maung assemblyman Abdul Malik Abul Kassim, and LLM regulatory and monitoring director Abdullah Hashim.
SOURCE: The Star

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Roundabout gets festive spruce-up and facelift

August 20th, 2011 No comments

THE Gurney Drive roundabout in Penang is undergoing major maintenance sponsored by IJM Properties Sdn Bhd and is expected to be completed before the Hari Raya-National Day double celebrations.

A Penang Municipal Council spokesman said several features in the steel structure adorned with bird-shaped sculptures were in need of maintenance.

?The maintenance project that started about two weeks ago will have the water pump, nozzles and cabling replaced.

?It is a routine maintenance. The roundabout will also be cleaned as rubbish has been found in the vicinity.

?Hopefully, the project can be completed by end of this month in time for the Hari Raya and National Day celebrations,? she added.

The roundabout received a major uplift in 2008 following the completion of the RM498,608 beautification project by the same sponsor to have a sculpture with the theme ?wave and birds? featuring curvy metal poles depicting waves.



SOURCE: The Star

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