Sungai Buloh used to be known for its commercial nurseries. While there are some residential projects being developed here, few are particularly prominent – other than Tan & Tan Developments Berhad’s Sierrams project and by Gamuda Land’s Valencia. However, things are about to change as the MRT station under constuction will soon transform this area.
Upon completion, it will connect Sungai Buloh to Kuala Lumpur and Kajang within 30 minutes and will also, be only one-stop-away from Kota Damansara in Selangor.
The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and Kwasa Land Sdn Bhd’s project in Sungai Buloh are other catalysts – with this project expected to generate RM50bil in Gross Development Value (GDV) over the next 20 years. With this massive projected GDV, the state of Selangor is expected to prosper as over 150,000 people move in to “live, earn and thrive” in what is touted to be a “new iconic” township.
Mah Sing was quick to launch its D’sara Sentral project here which will be located across the road from the upcoming MRT station. Low-rise unit blocks, a podium of retail shops and offices, two SoVo (Small office, Versatile offices) towers and three serviced apartment blocks are being planned for the project with a total GDV of RM 900mil.
With new project mushrooming in Sungai Buloh, growing interest from people to live here will be strong.