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PROPERTY SNAPSHOT 3: What are the prices of developments in Damansara North?

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  • We continue our focus on Bandar Sri Damansara/Damansara Damai — Damansara North — by looking at average prices on a per square foot (psf) basis. Based on transactions analysed by theedgeproperty.com, the combined average price of condominiums and apartments in the area was RM298 psf in 1Q2015, up 39.1% y-o-y. 
     
  • The older developments here consist of the low-cost flats and apartments. In the 12 months to 1Q2015, some 51.7% of secondary transactions were for properties priced under RM200 psf, 35.9% were for properties between RM201–RM400 psf, and 12.4% fell into the RM401–RM600 psf range.
     
  • The most expensive address by far was Paradesa Tropika in Bandar Sri Damansara, at an average transacted price of RM452 psf. 
     
  • An affordable option would be the similar Paradesa Rustica located just next door, at an average price of RM392 psf. Prices psf at Paradesa Tropika are slightly higher because it is a slightly newer project and its units are smaller. Both projects were built by Land & General, one of the key developers behind Bandar Sri Damansara. Land & General has another upcoming project nearby called Damansara Foresta. Units at this high-end condominium were selling for about RM800psf.
     
  • The least expensive projects are the older low-cost flats and apartments. They are led by Pangsapuri Sri Cempaka (RM110 psf), Saujana Damansara (RM 115 psf) and Apartment Lestari (RM116 psf).

Related stories:
PROPERTY SNAPSHOT 1: Damansara's northern lights
PROPERTY SNAPSHOT 2: What’s affordable in Damansara North?

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The Analytics are based on the data available at the date of publication and may be subject to revision as and when more data becomes available.

 

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