YTL to launch RM574m of properties in Sentul by Dec
Business Times Malaysia, 24 May 2004
YTL Land & Development Bhd is expected to launch RM574 million worth of residential and commercial properties at its urban renewal project in Sentul by end of this year. Managing director Tan Sri Francis Yeoh said that following the success of the firm’s first condominium project, the Tamarind at Sentul East, YTL is launching another condominium project, called the Saffron, in September and also the two 32-storey tower blocks, called the Mulberry, in the last quarter of this year, which will be the next icon of “The Park” at Sentul West.
YTL sees RM574m sales from 3 projects
The Star Online, 24 May 2004
YTL Land & Development Bhd, which has seen the success of its early projects in Sentul, will launch three new property projects with sales value of RM574mil in the same area this year. Its managing director Tan Sri Francis Yeoh said the group's second development in Sentul East, called The Saffron, would be launched in September.
Call to accept maids as part of family
New Straits Times, 22 May 2004
"Accept maids as part of your family and treat them with the proper respect." This was the heart-felt message by the Prime Minister's wife Datin Seri Endon Mahmood after launching the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre. The centre is developed by YTL Corporation Bhd, Yayasan Budi Penyayang Malaysia and the Actors Studio.
YTL boost for Malaysian performing arts
YTL Community, 21 May 2004
To further boost the performing arts industry in Malaysia, Yayasan Budi Penyayang Malaysia, along with YTL Corporation and The Actors Studio, hosted the launch of the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KL PAC). Celebrated with a big bang at the JW Marriott Hotel Kuala Lumpur, the new Centre, which will be located at The Park in Sentul West, will serve to expose and educate Malaysians to the world of performing arts.
Saturday in The Park
New Straits Times, 21 May 2004
Nature and arts came together at The Park at Sentul West, Kuala Lumpur last Saturday. Sentul Raya Sdn Bhd, a YTL Land & Development Berhad subsidiary and developer of The Maple at Sentul West, presented a performance by RiverGrass Dance Academy entitled "Pebbles". It was the first in a series of outdoor gatherings at the park for residents.
Family time while enjoying Pebbles at Sentul’s Park
YTL Community, 18 May 2004
The Maple at Sentul West homeowners were treated to an afternoon of leisure activities as YTL together with The Actors Studio presented “Pebbles”, a performance by the RiverGrass Dance Academy.
Pebbles performance at Sentul West
YTL Land & Development, 7 May 2004
YTL Land & Development is extending a special invitation to The Maple homeowners and their family to spend a fun and exciting evening at The Park at Sentul West, where homeowners will have the opportunity to know their neighbours over afternoon tea and enjoy a performance by the RiverGrass Dance Academy.
In tune with nature
TrendsArticles.com, 3 November 2003
Living in a high-rise doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy an outdoor lifestyle. The Maple at Sentul West offers the best of all worlds. Lush greenery, expansive lawns, woodlands, a lake and a picturesque stream - it sounds more like a holiday resort than a condominium development.
Brand building for real estate
New Straits Times (Property Times), 21 October 2003
Brand ownership is something that can be possessed by every project and developer. YTL is one of the few developers in the country which can give Sentul an upmarket make-over. Many destinations have successfully incorporated brand ownership in their niches. Bintang Walk in KL, Times Square in New York City, Fisherman’s Wharf at Pier 39 in San Francisco, Sanctuary Cove in Brisbane, and Covent Garden in London, are some outstanding ones. Hence, there’s every reason to believe that branding pays in the real estate marketplace and is not the exclusive domain of consumer products.
Sentul West project promises peaceful, green surrounding
Business Times Malaysia, 18 August 2003
“It’s not so much about buying a home, but buying into a lifestyle which is a marriage between a park and a home. That’s why we came up with the whole concept of “Your Park. Your Home”.