1. Gombak Perdana Villa, Gombak
Gombak Prime Villa consists of three storey block of 10 apartments and 222 houses in an area of 1737 hectares. The project was started in 1997 but abandoned since 2001 when the original developer ran into financial problems. Each unit is priced between RM150,000 to RM200,000. During the launch, a total of 116 units were sold and 28 units given to landlords in exchange for land prices and 78 units including four units 'penthouse' and shop houses remained unsold. It should be scheduled to be completed by the end of 2004, yet to this day failed to complete the project.
2. Pangsapuri Rimau Indah, Fasa 3, Klang, Selangor
According to sale and purchase agreement signed between the developer of the project, Rimau Indah Sdn Bhd and the buyer, the project should be completed in 2005 but still uncompleted until now. Among the reasons often given the developer is the Certificate of Fitness (CF) has not been approved the Shah Alam City Council (MBSA), no employees and the cost of building materials has gone up.
Housing projects built in 2002 mainly to assist the poor, especially the former squatters who are involved in the resettlement program for low-cost houses costing between RM42,000 to RM56,000 each.
3. Taman Kenanga Fasa 2A, 3A & 3B, Fasa 4A & 5A, Fasa 4B, Fasa 5B dan Fasa 5C, Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi, Dengkil, Sepang
The project, developed by the Group Main Sepang Sdn Bhd and Ready Laboratories Sdn Bhd, started in 1998 and was initially expected to be completed in 2002. Early 2012, Malaysia Building Society Berhad (MBSB) reported in local media have collaborated with the NCT United Development Co., Ltd. (NCT) for abandoned housing projects in the Garden of Memories, New Town Salak Tinggi, Selangor worth RM215 million.
The abandoned housing development project to be completed in Kenanga the next two years with a gross development value (GDV) of RM243 million. The project area consists of 127.4 hectares of residential and commercial units began to be carried out since 1998, but has been stopped at the end of 1999.
4.Taman Desaria Fasa 6A (Villaria PJ), Petaling
Work on the condos and shops halted in 2003 and 1998, respectively. The condos were launched in late 1998.while the shops were put on the market in 1995. Both projects, sitting on about two acres of land, are developed by TD Management Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Anson Perdana Bhd. It is believed that Villaria PJ is about 70% to 75% completed while the shops were about 90% completed when work stopped. Villaria PJ features as Phase 6A of the 129-acre Taman Desaria development, which, in 1992, also saw sale of industrial land.
It is understood that the developer had completed phases 1 to 5, comprising a total of 580 units of low-cost flats, 20 shops, 2-storey link houses and 4-storey shop offices. Villaria P J comprises two 19-storey blocks of 3-bedroom medium-cost apartments, which were sold for RM110,000 to RM150, 000. There were 26 units of abandoned shops 14 units of I-storey low-cost type (RM60, 000 to RM80, 000) and 12 units of 2-storey type (RM328, 000). Of these, 23 units were believed to have been sold at 2005. It is understood that the preference to buy the low-cost shops has been given to squatters as part of a squatter resettlement scheme in the area.
5.Taman Topaz Dengkil, Daerah Sepang
The housing project was launched in 2001 and was supposed to have been completed in 2003. The medium cost apartments were 80% complete before it was abandoned by the developer, Perangsang Tin Consolidated Sdn Bhd.
On 2011, Bina Puri Holdings Bhd announced that its wholly-owned unit Bina Puri Construction Sdn Bhd has secured a RM20.4 million housing project in Dengkil from the Jabatan Perumahan Negara (JPN).
Under the deal, Bina Puri will undertake the construction works of the Taman Topaz housing project in Dengkil. Construction works are expected to commence this month and will be completed within 14 months.
6.Bandar Puncak Damai, Semenyih
Bandar Puncak Damai is listed on the Housing and Local Government Ministry’s website as one of the abandoned housing projects in Selangor. However no update on the project status was available.
Meant for mixed development, the 160ha township is located off KM20 Jalan Sungai Lalang. Work stalled on the project when it was barely 20 percent complete, leaving many buyers especially those in the middle-income bracket in a quandary until now.
7.Taman Kencana, Pandan Indah, Ampang
Kencana Park project was initiated in 1992 but was abandoned by the developer was soon held due to financial problems. In 2008, MPAJ reportedly failed to detect the developer of the project. Utusan Malaysia is also at that time publish Young residents complain when abandoned housing projects became breeding sites of mosquitoes and illegal dumping.
8.Taman Serosa, Kajang
The project, which began in 1999 and left two years later when the developer, Park Serous Resources Sdn Bhd, ran into a financial. Then the project is taken by liquidators Howarth Sdn Bhd. The project is expected to be completed in 2001, however, continue to abandoned until now did not have time and some even built.
The project is situated on a land area of about 3.15 hectares, which include 240 medium-cost houses, 63 two-storey terraced units and 110 units of low cost houses. Of the 413 residential units there, 108 were sold to buyers who sign the agreement between the period 1998 to 2000.
9.Casa Gemilang, Cheras
After waiting for almost eight years, house buyers who signed up to buy service apartments and townhouses at the now abandoned Casa Gemilang project have finally got the developer's assurance, Capital Land Sdn Bhd that their money will be refunded to them. At 2008, the developer officially announced that they would not continue with the project and would provide a full refund to the buyers. When it was launched in 2003, the project offered 300 service apartments and 52 townhouses priced between RM148,000 and RM223,000 each.
10.Taman Angsana Hilir, Ampang
The project started in about 1993 by Crimson Development Sdn. Bhd. (formerly known as Kabara Holding Sdn. Ltd.) and Surplus Enterprise. The project was abandoned in 1997 due to economic downturn.
The construction stopped there it is, and until today none of the parties or the developer who tried to pursue the project. Initially, the project is built in two phases, first phase consists of three blocks of 23 storey high condominium completed in around 1997.