Symphony Heights: Affordable Exclusive Comfort
During this period of financial slum, less people will be inclined to invest in commercial projects due to the lower value of properties nowadays. However, home buyers are on the lookout for suitable homes, as prices are lower, and developer companies are coming up with affordable loans and financial packages.
The Symphony Heights is going to be the new iconic landmark in Selayang. Made up of 3 blocks with a total of 946 units, this serviced apartment stands on a 2.97 acres leasehold land; with prices ranging from RM135,200 - RM230,510 for each unit, either 2-rooms+2 baths, 3+1 rooms+3 baths or 3 rooms+2 baths. The Symphony Heights boasts a scenic view of the KL cityscape and Selayangs natural green view for every resident in each unit. So far, it is expected to be complete before June 2011.
The Symphony Heights is located in a rather fast-growing and easily accessible location, referring to the map below. It has direct access to the MRR2, with a few main roads crisscrossing the area (Jln. Ipoh, Jln. Kepong, Jln. Kepong/Selayang), while leading out to the NKVE and the LDP. Amenities nearby include the New and Old Pasar Borong, Giant, Tesco Extra and the Selayang Hospital. It is just a few minutes drive to Bandar Baru Selayang, Batu Caves and KL City center; only 15 minutes to 1-Utama, Ikea, The Curve, Cineleisure Damansara and Damansara.
Despite being a medium-sized property development company, Hua Yang Berhad had more than 30 years of experience when it comes to property development. Established in 1979, Hua Yang has handled more than 20 projects around KL, Selangor, Perak and recently Johor. Most of its past projects are in Perak, involving terrace houses, shops and light industrial factories. Such projects include Ipoh's Taman Mewah, Taman Tasek Mewah, Taman Pinji Wani, Anjung Bercham Megah and a few projects in Batu Gajah. Others include Taman Serdang Raya, Tmana Setapak Jaya and the S.B. Jaya Industrial Park in Selangor.
For Symphony Heights, its biggest attraction is its affordable apartment price, coupled with its exclusive condominium facilities such as swimming pool facilities, mini recreational park and covered parking lots. Its accessibility is another plus point. Everywhere and everything is within driving distance (some which are toll-free), as referred to its close proximity to amenities and direct access to main roads (MRR2, NKVE, LDP etc.) As their developer has stated, it is built for end users; especially first-time home buyers, with or without family.
Also, there are currently promotions for buyers: 10% early bird discount, low down-payment of RM500 plus 100% loan financing. These will greatly help lessen the burdens of buyers, especially during these times of financial stress.
Symphony Heights is no doubt a strategic and accessible location. However, being a still-developing township with a few industrial factories nearby, its neighborhood may not appeal to certain buyers.
Also, Symphony Heights may face competition from 2 nearby projects, namely Taman Raintree and Dolomite Park Avenue, both having similar appeals and selling points to Symphony Heights.
So far, Symphony Heights have been having a steady sale. Buyers, mostly young families and middle-class income professionals like its affordable pricing and the purchasing promotions. For those looking for a home with good amenities, accessibility at an affordable price, Symphony Heights may be your answer.
Images from Hua Yang Berhad Website