Berjaya Land hands over keys for Residensi Lanai in Bukit Jalil

25 Feb 2020 / 22:51 H.

KUALA LUMPUR: Berjaya Land Bhd’s (BLand) subsidiary Berjaya Golf Resort Bhd yesterday handed over the keys for its first affordable home project Residensi Lanai in Bukit Jalil to purchasers.

Residensi Lanai was launched in 2017 under the Federal Territories Affordable Housing Project (Rumawip), which is an initiative by Kuala Lumpur City Hall to help first-time home buyers own a home in Kuala Lumpur.

BLand CEO Syed Ali, Berjaya Corp Bhd executive director Datuk Zurainah Musa and BLand senior general manager of property sales and marketing division Tan Tee Ming were present to present the keys to the purchasers.

Residensi Lanai is a 29-storey condominium with a five-storey podium car park built on 2.56 acres of freehold land in Bukit Jalil. Each of its 648 units has a built-up area of 800 sq ft, comprising three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Syed Ali said one of the indicators of a country’s progressive development is through its provision of sustainable housing and adequate infrastructure for its citizens.

“Berjaya is proud to be contributing towards the government’s housing development ini-tiatives by building quality and affordable housing. Besides Residensi Lanai, Berjaya has other affordable homes projects in the pipeline in Subang Heights, Shah Alam and Penang,” he said in a statement.

In support of the government’s aspirations to improve home ownership, BCorp executive chairman Tan Sri Vincent Tan has pledged to contribute 20 acres of land in Bestari Jaya, Selangor, to the Housing and Local Government Ministry for the purpose of building more affordable homes.

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