Solstice is set to be a special landmark in Pan’gaea, which is a mixed-development project comprising service apartments, boutique shop offices, a shopping mall, and also a resort hotel. The freehold property houses 946 units of small-medium modular units, which come in 3 different designs of 1 bedroom units, 2+1 bedroom duplexes and 3-bedroom units. The built-ups are fairly cosy, with sizes measuring 450 sq ft, 958 sq ft for the duplex and 893 sq ft.
The Solstice homes, being modular units, offer flexible housing options, which makes it easier among yuppies and students to share space. Solstice, deriving its name from nature, recognises the importance of natural scenes and breathtaking vistas to soothe the eye and mind, thus it has transformed its 40th floor into a sky garden, a green vantage point over the lights of Cyberjaya.
All the units come ready for occupancy, with furnishings such as kitchen cabinets, hood and hob, air-conditioning, a sofa set for the living room, wardrobe, light fittings, dining set, water heater, shower screen, and even curtains, leaving owners to only bring themselves, their clothes and their bed to make it a complete home. The interior design is much in line with Pan’gaea’s contemporary modernist look, with much thought put into catering to the young and the young-at-heart.
Solstice is an investor’s delight as it has the potential for capital appreciation and rental returns, thanks to the many students currently pursuing their education there, and the many multinational companies and government agencies venturing into Cyberjaya. One of the facilities that one can look forward to in the Pan’gaea township is a 5-acre central park, which comes in handy for those days you feel like jogging outside instead of on the treadmill, and will also be a perfect picnic spot.
Other proposed facilities for the residents of Solstice are water features such as a swimming pool, a children’s pool and a cascading pool, a poolside deck replete with sun beds, a whirlpool and floating cabanas. Other fitness and health features are a squash court, an elevated techno-gym with changing rooms, and a children’s playground for the young ones to explore. Green spaces are also prominent, with the Garden Pavilion, garden terraces and the aforementioned rooftop landscaped sky garden.
Solstice’s location within Pan’gaea places it within reach of Multimedia University and the Cyberjaya Lake Gardens, apart from the other companies and education institutions. Other schools that are nearby include SK and SMK Cyberjaya and ELC International School. Not far off from Cyberjaya is Putrajaya, which houses many schools, government agencies and offices, and also has a shopping mall known as Alamanda Putrajaya.
The excellent connectivity from Cyberjaya to the rest of the Klang Valley is evident from the many highways snaking into the Silicon Valley of Malaysia. One can use the Maju Expressway (MEX) to reach Bukit Jalil, Cheras and more, while the South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE) connects to Kajang, Serdang and most of southern Klang Valley.
There is the Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP) for a fuss-free ride to Puchong, Kepong and anywhere in between, and the North-South Expressway exit to reach Seremban, Sungai Buloh and the other townships safely. Other highways include the ELITE and the Putrajaya Link, which leads to Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya respectively.
The Solstice Lifestyle Service Apartments & SOHO, which is expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2015, is a home that will win the hearts of yuppies, students and families looking at settling down in Cyberjaya. The launch of the development will be from 19 October to 4 November 2012 at the fountain area at Plaza OSK, Jalan Ampang, where you can find out more about the early bird privileges and the 7% discount offered to interested Bumiputera buyers.