Work on medical centre In Desa ParkCity to begin soon
Posted: August 09, 2010 by The Edge
The construction of Sime Darby Medical Centre Parkcity in Desa ParkCity, Kuala Lumpur, will soon begin and is scheduled for completion in 2012. Perdana ParkCity group CEO Lee Liam Chye said the 5.03-acre development is estimated to cost RM143 million and will include a 9-storey hospital with 300 beds and a 6-storey car park with 708 bays.
"We are building the hospital on a design build-lease concept, according to the specifications of Sime Darby Healthcare. The leasehold agreement is for 15 years, Construction cost for the hospital alone is RM117 million and the parking lot is RM25 million," Lee told reporters after the groundbreaking ceremony for the
hospital on Aug 3.
The hospital is expected to be operational in 1Q2013. The developer is also looking at making the proposed hospital a green-certified building.