Kyra home collections form part of the RM16 billion Bandar Bukit Raja township. Photo by Sime Darby Property
Kyra 2 comprises 134 units of freehold 2-storey link homes. Photo by Sime Darby Property
Sime Darby Property’s Kyra home collections — Kyra and Kyra 2 launched last July and December respectively — have achieved an overall average take-up rate of 86% to date. Both products are located in Bandar Bukit Raja, Klang.
“[Under Kyra home collections], we have introduced an affordable homes collection, a modern homes collection, and even luxury homes — and we have seen them drawing great support from homebuyers,” said Sime Darby Property general manager Mohd Idris Abdullah in an email reply.
“The interest in homes launched in Bandar Bukit Raja remains firm across all types of products. We hope to [garner] the same interest in our offerings this year.”
Kyra, which comprises 194 units of freehold 2-storey link homes, is currently 96% taken up. It has a gross development value (GDV) of RM109 million and is expected to be completed in June next year. Land sizes are 20ft by 75ft and 22ft by 75ft while the built-ups are 1,512 and 1,984 sq ft. Selling prices start at RM563,888.
Introduced in line with the Home Ownership Campaign, this affordable home collection will have a modern, urban façade with an open layout plan featuring high windows for natural lighting and ventilation. The homes will also have a spacious driveway and there is a centralised single entry and exit point to the development. Kyra is located near a 125-acre town park with various exercise amenities and a 50km dedicated bike lane.
Kyra 2 comprises 134 units of freehold 2-storey link homes and has a take-up rate of 74%. It has a GDV of RM84.39 million and is estimated to be completed in October next year. The units will have land sizes of 20ft by 75ft and 22ft by 75ft, and built-ups of 1,710 and 1,966 sq ft. Selling prices start at RM637,888.
The Kyra units will be spacious and cater for families. They will also have a centralised single entry and exit point and are close to a 3.2-acre multipurpose park with a 3.2km jogging track, and futsal and multipurpose courts.
Kyra and Kyra 2 form part of the self-sustaining and fully integrated Bandar Bukit Raja in Klang. The township, which spans 4,333 acres has a total GDV of RM16.4 billion and comprises residential, commercial and industrial properties.
Surrounding amenities include Giant, Tesco, AEON Bukit Raja, AEON Big Klang and Klang Parade. The township is also located near education hubs such as Tenby International School, SJK © Pin Hwa 2, SMKJ Kwang Hwa, SMK Bandar Setia Alam and Universiti Teknologi Mara.
It is accessible via highways such as the New Klang Valley Expressway, Federal Highway, Shapadu Highway and West Coast Expressway. It also has access to public transport and international airports such as Klang Sentral (Bus Terminal), Subang Skypark, Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and klia2.