2.52 acres Residential Land

Lebuh Utama Cheras, Selangor Malaysia 43200
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Key facts

Year Built 2000
Tenure Type Freehold
Land Area ()

Property description

JLL presents a prime residential land for high-rise development located in Cheras. The subject property is near two MRT stations which are Bandar Tun Hussien Onn MRT Station and Bukit Dukun MRT Station.

This freehold residential land is about 2.5 acres. The land is suitable for high-rise residential development. The density of the land is 60 units per acre.

Investment highlights

  • Great accessibility and connectivity
  • Freehold
  • Residential title
  • Total Land Area: 2.52 acres
  • Density: 60 Units per Acre
  • No affordable housing allocation required
Last Updated Date: 30 Sep 2021

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Last Updated Date: 30 Sep 2021

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