Oct 30, 2010
Sime Darby Property, Malaysia’s premier sustainable community developer, is achieving impressive take-up rates for three of its townships – offering enticing investment opportunities to property buyers.
This is evidenced by the high rates of sales achieved from multiple residential property launches this year at its three townships namely Denai Alam in Shah Alam, Bandar Bukit Raja in Klang and USJ Heights, in Subang Jaya.
The three phases of terraced houses at Denai Alam boast an average 85.6% take-up rate, while the two phases at Bandar Bukit Raja average an 93% take-up.
The four recent phases at the USJ Heights development averaged an 90% take up, with one phase sold out within three months from launch.
According to Sime Darby Property Berhad Managing Director Datuk Tunku Putra Badlishah, the trio of recent success stories “speaks volumes for the resilience of Kuala Lumpur’s property market”.
“The sales achieved at Denai Alam, Bandar Bukit Raja, and USJ Heights developments demonstrates the continued strong demand for landed property in well-planned communities within the Klang Valley,” Datuk Tunku Putra Badlishah said.
Highlighting this, on August 28 Sime Darby Property launched the second phase of Paloma two-storey terrace houses in Bandar Bukit Raja, of which 60 from the 92 launched were sold during the recent holiday period. USJ Heights is being developed on the last piece of prime freehold land in Subang Jaya where connectivity has been further improved with the recent opening of a bridge that directly links the development with a network of main roads and thoroughfares to key destinations in Klang Valley.
There will be two new launches in USJ Heights, these being the 124 units of two-and-a-half storey superlinks due in November, consisting of Capri with land size of 26’ x 80’ and Cyprus, 24’ x 80’. Denai Alam, as the name suggests, is lined with tracks of green open space offering residents linked recreational areas.
The community will be augmented by the launch of Lavender Park, 137 units of 26’ x 80’ two-storey superlink homes by end November 2010.