The undeveloped parts of Kota Masai township in Johorwill transformed into green communities, according to Eco World Development Group Chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Manaf.
He explained that are still 401 hectares of landbank at the mature township, which it now owns after taking over Focal Aims Holdings Bhd in 2013.
“The land would be redesigned to incorporate properties, which will not be just aesthetically pleasing, but also become vibrant habitats for sustainable green communities,” said Rashid, adding that Kota Masai is a major revenue contributor to the group’s coffers. Kota Masai is located in the eastern side of JB, between zone A & D, and is part of Iskandar Malaysia.
Moving forward, the group plans to tap its vast network to identify new development opportunities in Penang, Klang Valley and Johor Bahru, he added.