Setia Haruman, Cyberjaya, Ceria Residence


CYBERJAYA (Aug 4): Setia Haruman Sdn Bhd, the master developer of Cyberjaya, has launched its Ceria Residences Show Gallery and two show units.

Setia Haruman executive chairman Tuan Haji Ahmad Khalif said at the launch last Friday that the low-density, gated condominium in Cyberjaya will cater to larger and growing families.

The freehold 19.5-acre Ceria Residences comprises 150 units of 2-storey terraced villas. The first block of condominiums comprising 175 units was launched in November, 2015, while the second block of 175 units was put on sale last Friday.

“The dual-key concept allows a single owner to have two homes in one. Imagine owning one 3-bedroom condominium but attached to this unit is a studio suite complete with its own kitchen and bathroom. Some investors would like to have a condominium which can be rented out but in this instance they have the freedom to rent out both units or decide to just rent one and occupy the other unit’’ said Ahmad Khalif.

Buyers will have three options of 3 to 4–bedroom units with a built-up area of 1,000 sq ft, 1,191 sqft and 1,292 sqft. The units are priced between RM500,000 and RM700,000. About 80% of the first block of Ceria Terraced Villas have been taken up while the first block of Ceria Condominiums is 50% sold.

Residents of Ceria will also be able to enjoy high-speed broadband services of up to 100Mbps at a low rate offered in Cyberjaya, provided by SH Technologies Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Setia Haruman.

The Green City programme has also named Putrajaya and Cyberjaya as models green cities in Malaysia. Khalif also added that Ceria Residences will complement the efforts of the programme with a lush green landscape, park and jogging track in the development.

The event was officiated by Timbalan Yang di-Pertua, Majlis Perbandaran Sepang, Muhammad Hafiz bin Shaari.

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