Rencana TTDI

Rencana TTDI is a Smart Office Flexible Office( SOFO) growing proposed on a 2 acres commercial-grade ground consisting of 622 divisions. This growing is comprising of 2 towers facing the North and the South.

Contractor switched real estate developers CK East Group is looking to officially launch Rencana TTDI, a commercial-grade activity on a two-acre Malay reserve parcel in Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, within two months.

CK East is the project administrator for the RM380 million activity, which showcases a “co-working” concept. The business will offer 627 divisions of smart agencies, flexible companies, 2-storey garden-variety terraced units, retail slews, studio agencies, duplex agencies and corporate suites, as well as two facility stories for businesses.
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Rencana TTDI – Step into the Future. An exclusive investment opportunity for the privileged few. Rencana presents an exclusive opportunity for Malay owners to invest in a unique 13 -story SOFO development peculiarity Corporate Suites in the sky, 2-storey Garden Suite, Deluxe Duplex Suites, Deluxe Suites, Executive Duplex Suites and Executive Suites.

The facilities include meeting rooms, a theater, barbecue neighborhood, gym and prayer area. Some 90% of divisions ought to have booked since last year, and more than 30% of those who had booked the human rights unit have signed the sale and obtained agreement.

Sixty percent of the human rights unit measure 472 sq ft, while the most significant unit is 4,296 sq ft. The average toll is RM580 psf. CK East managing director Ng Chong Kiat said the company is looking for a single customer to purchase the retail pulpit- which sets more than 100,000 sq ft- in entirety so that there is better restrain of the tenancy combination.

” We will have an agreement with the purchaser that the retail slews cannot be sold individually,” he includes.” If we cannot find an appropriate customer, we will manage it ourselves. It is a vital component that will determine the value of the project in the future .”

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