Propcafe did a review on this project three years ago, in both languages, English Review and Chinese language 中文评论. Perhaps this project is the most controversial project in town since it was launched in 2012. It has sparked the active debates among the proponents and opponents. The opponent dislike it being a hillside development as it is built on class 1 and class 2 slopes. Therefore, subject to the execution risk. Some equate the development to Bukit Antarabangsa by concluding that any highrise developments in hillside are subject to the risk of collapse. The opponents also accused that the main shareholder of the developer, Mayland is inexperienced in building highrises at the hillside, and consistently deliver low-quality products in the past. On the other hand, the proponents like the location, affordable pricing at RM400-500psf when it was first launched, freehold status and the green surrounding.
Entrance to Block A
The project involves 2 main contractors, the Block A, B, C were built by Pembinaan Yuen Seng Sdn Bhd (PYS), the previous projects of PYS could be found at PYS Website, whereas the Block D was assigned to a mainland Chinese contractor. The end products’ quality varies according to the blocks. Block A apparently has lesser defects compared to Block B and C, even all the 3 blocks were built by the same main contractor. The reason is, as verified with the internal staffs, Block A was the first block to complete, so the contractor has more time to fine-tune and touch up the end products prior to VP. Block B and C were rushed to meet the dateline so that the developer could save on the LAD and DIBS subsidies.
We would like to share the VP pictures as attached in this article, credit given to Mr. Lee Yik Sheng, and the owners’ contribution at the Facebook (Closed Group).
Here are the summary of the facilities at the pool level of each block.
Block A- gaming room (snooker, board game), management office, Multi-purpose hall, Laundry
Block B – convenience store, TV Room, reading room
Block C – Cafe + kids’ indoor playing room, Squash Room
Block D – Child Care, surau perempuan + lelaki, bilik jenazah
Between C and D, open air badminton
Outdoor Badminton Court
Gym with Forest view.
The following Pictures are the Forest Facilities
“Private Forest” Facilities which can only access by the residents.
Roof Top Views
Can You spot the Twin Tower and KL tower?
View of Bandar Sri Damansara + Damansara Damai
View of Sunway SPK + Desa Park City (Westside 1,2,3)
Left: Rafflesia @ Damansara Perdana, Right: The Airie at Sri Damansara
Interior Pictures of the unit
View from a unit at Block A
Some Night Views Pictures at Roof Top Garden