UEM Sunrise completes 1,217 units of Denai Nusantara Affordable Homes Development in Iskandar Puteri, Johor
Held at the compounds of Denai Nusantara, the development completion was commemorated with a key Handover Ceremony, officiated by Menteri Besar Johor, Dato’ Haji Osman Haji Sapian, accompanied by Sr Dzulkefly Ahmad, Kota Iskandar Assemblyman/Johor Housing and Rural Development Committee Chairman and Anwar Syahrin Abdul Ajib, Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of UEM Sunrise. The event was also attended by Mayor of Iskandar Puteri, Dato’ Adib Azhari daud, about 500 guests, including community leaders, representatives of local authorities.
Located next to the industrial parks in Gerbang Nusajaya, Denai Nusantara offers quality affordable homes in a strategic location with accessibility to various business and employment opportunities in Iskandar Puteri, Johor.
The homes are spread across five 12-storey blocks comprising 1,109 units with three bedrooms each and a build of up to 1000sq. ft., priced at RM150,000. There are also 108 units of single-storey shop lots within the development to cater to the needs of the residents. Other facilities and shared amenities include a multipurpose hall, a mosque, and an open green space that comprises of a football field, a jogging track, a recreational area as well as safety fencing.
UEM Sunrise Managing Director/CEO, Anwar Syahrin said, “As a responsible property developer, it is our hope at UEM Sunrise that this initiative will cater to the needs of the people of Johor, share in the benefits and create sweet memories. Throughout the planning and implementation of the project, UEM Sunrise has always emphasised the quality of construction, conducive, safe, clean, and basic public amenities.”
“UEM Sunrise has always been fully supportive of the numerous initiatives by the Johor state government in home ownership programmes for all segments of society. We believe in the importance of giving back to the society and continue to launch exciting projects offering easier home ownership,” he added.
In addition, UEM Sunrise in 2008, had allocated 60 acres of land adjacent to the Pontian- Johor Bahru Parkway to the state government for the development of PRISMA (Perumahan Rakyat Iskandar Malaysia) houses.