Kedah-based developer Aman Setia Group is set to launch Phase 2 of Aman Parc in Sungai Petani on Feb 28.
Phase 2 will consist of a residential component (Parc Residensi 2) and a commercial component (The Gateway). Parc Residensi 2, which is spread across 14.46 acres, has a gross development value (GDV) of RM63 million and will comprise 173 two-storey terraced houses, semi-detached houses and townhouses. The Gateway will occupy 1½ acres and offer 27 three-storey shopoffices in two blocks. There are 17 units in Block A and 10 units in Block B.
Aman Setia managing director Tan Chong Ming tells City & Country that Parc Residensi 2 is designed for community living, as the houses are surrounded by common landscape areas, which also include a lake garden. The homes will feature open-concept layouts that provide ample space for family and personal time, especially with working from home being common these days.
“These innovations are ideal for owner-occupiers such as young and multigenerational families, upgraders and buyers from Sungai Petani as well as those from the surrounding areas,” Tan says.
Slated for completion in December 2025, the units will come in 4-bedroom and 3-bathroom layouts with built-ups ranging from 1,880 to 2,350 sq ft. Selling prices start from RM397,708. The houses are individually titled. Tan says Parc Residensi 2 homes will offer flexibility in design and layout, thus allowing buyers to easily convert a room into a bedroom, home office, study or hobby room.
“The units will also come with a 5ft to 7ft wide backyard that can be converted into a wet kitchen or laundry area, as well as a spacious car porch that provides ample parking space for the entire family,” he adds.
The gated and guarded neighbourhood will offer a single point of entry. Residents of the project will have easy access to facilities such as a walking/jogging track, multipurpose court, nursery and surau. The monthly maintenance fee is estimated at RM100.
Phase 1 of Aman Parc has been 95% taken up since its launch on Jan 29, 2020. With a GDV of RM66.4 million, it occupies 37 acres and comprises 114 single-storey semidees and 2-storey terraced houses with built-ups of 1,248 to 3,710 sq ft and prices starting from RM373,350. As the response to Phase 1 was overwhelming, Tan is optimistic that Phase 2 will also be well received. He hopes to achieve a take-up rate of 70% within three months of its launch.
The developer will keep the shops in The Gateway for investment purposes. The planned tenant mix on the ground floors will be mainly food and beverage outlets with al fresco dining and that measure 1,400 sq ft each. “For the upper floors, there will be a 13,853 sq ft co-living and co-working space as well as a 12,146 sq ft banquet hall. The latter can be used for wedding banquets and functions or converted into a badminton or basketball court. These shops are expected to be completed in 2023,” says Tan.
He notes that Aman Parc is a mixed-use development, with commercial properties making up 60% and residential, 40%. Being surrounded by mature neighbourhoods such as Taman Intan, Taman Nilam, Taman Mewah Jaya and Taman Sejahtera raises the appeal of the development, says Tan.
With a GDV of RM500 million, the 97-acre Aman Parc will be developed in four phases. The freehold development, which is due for completion in 2030, enjoys easy access to Jalan Badlishah, Jalan Kuala Ketil, Lebuh Intan, the North-South Expressway and Sungai Petani Western Bypass. Nearby amenities include Lotus’s, Central Square, Village Mall, SMK
Tun Ismail, SJK(C) Sin Kwang, SK Sri Gedong, Klinik Kesihatan Bakar Arang and Sungai Petani Golf Club.