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PJ Midtown Section 13, Petaling Jaya, Selangor

PJ Midtown in Section 13, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
PJ Midtown Section 13, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
PJ Midtown in Section 13, Petaling Jaya, Selangor is a mixed development is set to further augment the vibrancy of Petaling Jaya. Spanning over 5.5 acres of commercial and residential potential, P] Midtown is a self-contained and environmentally conscious development.

PJ Midtown is a co-creation project by :
* IOI PROPERTIES
* Sime Darby.

Expected Date of Completion : January 2019
Tenure of Land : Leasehold ( 99 years - expiring June 2113 )
Developed by : PJ Midtown Development Sdn. Bhd.
Selling Price : RM 567,840 (min) - RM 1.516.680 (max). 10% Bumiputera Discount (Quota applies).
Website : www.pjmidtown.com
Phone : 03-78439898

PJ Midtown Show Unit viewing at:
OASIS Gallery
2A, Jalan PJU 1A/2, Oasis Damansara
47301 PJ.

Open Daily : 9am - 6am

Overview on PJ Midtown
* Up to 3 layout design choices with quality built-ins.
* Spacious living room with open kitchen concept.
* Each unit comes with private balcony for natural ventilation.
* Terrace in the sky concept - allocation of 3 parking lots and private garden **
* Comprises 25,000 sq.ft. facilities deck with gymnasium, tennis court, swimming pool, and more.
* 2-4 storey shop offices with built-up area from 1,900 - 10,000 sq. ft.
* Centre courtyard provides ample lighting and serves as a meeting point.

PJ Midtown Section 13 are:
* GBI Gold compliant development.
* 60% natural greenery with rainwater harvesting system.
* Energy-efficient design, reduced power consumption.
* Facade with shading features to reduce heat penetration.

PJ Midtown Award:
starproperty.my AWARDS 2016
MERIT
The Earth Conscious Award
Best Green Development.

Note:
** Terms and conditions apply.
** Selected units only.

Disclaimers:
The information contained herein is subject to change without notification as may be required by authorities or developer’s architect. Whilst every care has been taken in providing this information, it cannot form part of an offer or contract.

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