THE ARCUZ @ KELANA JAYA Properties

Those concerned about healthcare can turn to popular establishments such as the Kelana Jaya Medical Centre, Ara Damansara Medical Centre, Columbia Asia Medical Centre, University Malaya Medical Centre, Tun Hussein Onn National Eye Hospital, KPJ Damansara Specialist Hospital, Thomson Hopital Kota Damansara, Ramsar Sime Darby Medical Centre as well as Sunway Medical Centre.
Petaling Jaya’s local council changed its name to Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ) or Petaling Jaya City Council following the granting of city status. Exsim developer EXSIM Development Sdn Bhd (EXSIM) is the developer of The Arcuz, and the said property is the company’s 12th residential development thus far.

Petaling Jaya progressed rapidly due to the massive rural-urban migration As more people from rural areas immigrated, Sungai Way and Subang districts along with areas such as Subang Jaya , Seksyen 52 (New Town or colloquially known as “State”, the name of the first, former cinema in the area) developed in areas under the jurisdiction of the municipality.
The development is foreseen to become the tallest high-rise building in Kelana Jaya, bolstered by unmatched facilities. The Arcuz will be the highest high rise building and the most luxury facilities in Kelana Jaya. Children would love living here as there is a small pool with a slide, an indoor game zone for the kids, an outdoor playground and park, and a huge nursery.

On 20 June 2006, Petaling Jaya was granted a city status and Dato’ Ahmad Termizi Puteh, a former Yang di-Pertua MPPJ, automatically became the first mayor (Datuk Bandar) of Petaling Jaya. With regard to public transport, Kelana Jaya is equipped with several LRT stations such as the Kelana Jaya station, Taman Bahagia station and Taman Paramount station, located a short drive away from The Arcuz.
The layout variations available include two to three bedroom units with built-ups ranging between 753sq ft and 978sq ft. This development is a freehold residence, with a median price of RM720,050. A prominent landmark in PJ is the Kota Darul Ehsan arch which symbolically marks the boundary between Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya.

Citation needed The first shopping complex in Petaling Jaya was Jaya Shopping Centre (better known as Jaya Supermarket), located in Section 14, which was built in 1974. It located near to Paradigm Shopping Mall and have premium accessibility to LDP highways and amenities.
The Arcuz is the 12th development project by EXSIM Development Sdn Bhd where various previous completed projects such as The Rainz, The Treez, The Leafz, Petalz, Twin Arkz and Expressionz were fully sold out since launched. Residents can enjoy exclusive access to the rooftop Sky Garden and swim in the Sky Infinity Pool which both boasted as one of its kind outside of Kuala Lumpur.
Petaling Jaya progressed rapidly due to the massive rural-urban migration As more people from rural areas immigrated, Sungai Way and Subang districts along with areas such as Subang Jaya , Seksyen 52 (New Town or colloquially known as “State”, the name of the first, former cinema in the area) developed in areas under the jurisdiction of the municipality.

As development progressed, Northern Petaling Jaya, on the other side of the Federal Highway was developed. Following a boundary realignment exercise in January 1997, parts of Petaling Jaya including Subang Jaya , USJ , Putra Heights , and Bandar Sunway were ceded to the newly-formed Subang Jaya Municipal Council or MPSJ.
Kelana Jaya is a suburb of Petaling Jaya city, Kalana Jaya is a relatively small neighborhood located within the city of Petaling Jaya. Due to the size of Petaling Jaya township, properties development in the area also includes small to medium-sized developers such as Sri Aman Development and Nusmetro.

The Arcuz, a new condominium had come across to Kelana Jaya. The Arcuz is a serviced residence, which is comprised of just one tower that houses 685 units. Damansara is the main shopping hub of Petaling Jaya with many of the city’s shopping malls being located there.

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