DNP Land to launch shop offices at Impiana Commercial Hub

DNP Land Sdn Bhd will launch 72 units of linked shop offices at its Impiana Commercial Hub in Alma, Bukit Mertajam, on Friday.

The units have a total estimated gross sales value of RM100mil.

DNP Land general manager K.C. Tan said the two-and-a-half-storey standard units, each with over 4,000sq ft in built-up area, were priced at RM888,000 while the three-storey corner lots, each with over 7,000sq ft in built-up area, were priced at RM1.5mil.

“The units come with mezzanine floors and have a veranda walkway, measuring 12ft in width.

“These units are targeted at entrepreneurs staying in Seberang Prai who find it too expensive to own such property on Penang island where the price is double that of our standard unit,” he said in an interview.

Tan said another selling point of Impiana Commercial Hub was its close proximity to the newly opened Tesco hypermarket.

“Surrounding Impiana Commercial Hub are middle-class residential housing schemes which will provide the project with business support,” he added.

He said DNP Land would introduce the project’s second phase in two months. The phase comprises eight semi-detached show galleries, with built-up areas of 6,094sq ft, and 34 two-storey shop offices with built-up areas of 2,400sq ft.

“The pricing for these units has yet to be determined,” said Tan.

On DNP Land’s new residential projects, he said the company planned to launch a high-end residential scheme in Alma called BM Jesselton next year.

He said it would comprise 900 units of semi-detached homes and bungalows, and would have clubhouse facilities and be surrounded by thematic landscaped parks.

Tan said: “One of the reasons why Bukit Mertajam is emerging as a popular residential area is due to efforts to improve the road infrastructure there.”

“For example, the roads near the Bukit Mertajam town are now being gradually widened to accommodate the construction of a flyover that will reduce traffic congestion,” he said. - by The Star

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