KUALA LUMPUR: With the increasing demand and preference for landed homes with larger spaces in a low-density development, SP Setia Bhd continues to see positive take-up rates with its latest launches in Setia Tropika, Johor and Bandar Kinrara, Puchong.
The Alocasia series in Setia Tropika, which was launched earlier this month, saw 100% of the non-Bumiputera units of Phases 1 and 2 taken up that weekend. The tropical double-storey semi-detached homes have a built-up of 3,005 sq ft and come with smart home features.
Alocasia homes are designed to accommodate families with multiple generations comfortably under one roof, offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms, beamless spaces and ample parking space for three cars.
More phases under the Alocasia series will be launched by the end of this year.
The gross development value (GDV) for the entire Setia Tropika township is approximately RM4.17bil.
The township offers recreational activities with its award-winning 12-acre Town Park, which has features like basketball and football fields, a multipurpose court, jogging and cycling track and an educational garden.
In Klang Valley, Bandar Kinrara launched the latest phase of the Anggun series, Anggun 3 on May 8, which saw over 80% of its units booked on the same day.
Anggun 3 semi-detached homes come with a built-up of 3,040 sq ft and are designed with contemporary tropical façade and interior features that allow more natural light and improved ventilation.
Its floor plans come with a large kitchen space for flexible arrangements and a spacious centralised family social area that connects to three bedrooms.
In response to the encouraging take-up, more phases of the Anggun series will be underway.
Meanwhile, Legasi 4, the new phase of Bandar Kinrara’s well-received double-storey terrace series, is slated to be launched this year.
The matured township of Bandar Kinrara has a GDV of RM3bil and an acreage of 1,904 acres. It will have a total of 73,500 homes upon completion in 2025.