is a 500-acre residential cum commercial township nestled in Shah Alam. It hosts a vast array of residence types including terraces, townhouses, bungalows, semi-detached homes, condominiums and medium-cost apartments. This self-sustaining township is built on leasehold land by nine developers, including Mah Sing and Wordwide Holdings.The first medium-cost apartment in Subang Bestari is Seri Galaksi that is made of 6-storey blocks with a total of 120 units with built-up size of 840 sf. This delayed project by the developer was launched from the price of RM92,000. This project was followed by Seri Kejora, a 5-storey medium-cost apartment and Seri Bintang, a low-cost apartment. Seri Kejora has 254 units with built-up size of 827 sf and was launched from RM120,000. Meanwhile, Seri Bintang has 432 units with built-up size of 750 sf and was launched from RM64,800. Most of the developments here in Subang Bestari are made of 2-storey terrace houses which are named Karyawan, Budiman, Pendita, Nuri and Aman. All these houses have already sold out and most of them are completed. They sit on various land sizes - 22 x 70, 24 x 70, 24 x 77 and up to 22 x 80 (Pendita II). These earlier phases were launched from RM172,000. The recent developments of 2-storey terraces are Dinar, Emas and Bayu. Each unit sits on 20 x 70, 22 x 70 or 25 x 75 land with built-ups ranging from 1,885 sf to 2,573 sf. These phases were launched from RM255,750. There are only 2 types of semi-detached homes in Subang Bestari; Nilam I and Nilam II. They have built-up sizes of 4,423 sf on 2,502 sf of land size with limited number of 20 units, launched from RM805,000. The previous developments of bungalows in Subang Bestari are Zamrud I and II with built-ups of 3,231 sf and land size of 6,855 sf. There are a total of 18 units with prices starting from RM1,140,000. The latest bungalows are Safira A, B and C with lot size of 6,000 sf and built-ups ranging from 4,354 to 4,633 sf. Its prices started from RM1,911,340. The first commercial component comprises 3-storey shop-office with land size of 22 x 75 and built-up of 4,500 sf. There are a total of 18 units with prices starting from RM679,500. The developer has also launched another shop-office named Nova III. It is priced from RM1,160,000.This residential vicinity is complete with basic amenities for the residents’ convenience. There are 2 schools located inside the township, namely SK Subang Bestari and SMK Subang Bestari. There as well a surau, public hall, football field and recreation areas as well as its prominent 15-acre lake. Also located at the entrance of the neighborhood is Petronas petrol station with ATM. Subang Bestari is accessible via Jalan Sungai Buloh which is connected to Guthrie Corridor Highway (access to New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE)), Jalan Lapangan Terbang Subang (access to Federal Highway), Jalan Kuala Selangor and Persiaran Mahogani (access to Kota Damansara).
Property Details Name: Subang Bestari Address: Jalan Nova U5/63, 40150 Shah Alam, Selangor Developer: A JV Between 9 Developers Completion Date: 2013 Type: Mixed Tenure: Leasehold No. of Storey Terrace: 2 - 3 Semi-D & Bungalow: 2 Apartment: 5 Launch Price Apartment: From RM64,800 Terrace: From RM172,000 Semi-Detached: From RM805,000 Bungalow: From RM1,911,340 Subsale Price: Rental:
Facilities Surau Schools Public hall Football field Recreation area 15-acre lake
Subang Bestari is a new township in the emerging old Kampung Subang enclave. Much development still needs to be done in the area, if the prospective buyers expect to live in an urban area. The surrounding place is still laid back with no loud and buzzing entertainment centres. Seeing that the neighborhood is under Shah Alam district, it is unlikely that more entertainment facilities will be welcomed here. However, the highly coveted Mutiara Damansara is merely 20 minutes from this place.HELP University College (HELP) is expected to open its 'Green Technology' Campus right next to Subang Bestari. It comprises of a 24-acre land and will accommodate about 13,000 students. With the opening of this campus in January 2014, it will attract more people to live in the area. Hence, it is hoped that the population increment will help boast the vicinity with more shops and F & B outlets which seemed lacking at this moment. Another downside is the main access to reach this area is via Jalan Sungai Buloh. It can be congested during peak hours as people are driving out almost around the same time. The property investors are also waiting for Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia to commence. It is expected to aid in adding more value to the properties, just like HELP University, Toyota factory and Hino factory. However, Property investors here should take note that most of the residents here are Bumi.