Berjaya Park (formerly known as Berjaya Industrial Park) is an integrated residential, commercial and industrial township nestled in Shah Alam. Sprawling over 325-acre of freehold land, it is strategically located in between Subang Jaya and Klang. It neighbors Kemuning Greenville and Bukit Naga.
Berjaya Park’s latest development is Hazel 2 which was just recently completed. Previous developments include Hazel, Aspen, Mulberry, Mulberry and Maple. Next developments in plan are 12-storey apartments and 3-storey shop-office lots. Among companies that have their foot in the industrial component are Freight Mark, DNF Logistics (M), Haco Asia Pacific and Trans Elite.
In terms of amenities, there is a school in the vicinity of Berjaya Park, namely SMK Jalan Kebun. Besides that, it is near to SMK Kota Kemuning and SK Bukit Rimau. It is also just a stone throw away from Bukit Kemuning Golf & Country Club. Other nearby amenities include Columbus Air Specialist Hospital, Carrefour Hypermarket and Kota Permai Golf Club.
Berjaya Park is easily accessible via several highways including Kesas Highway, North-South Central Link, North-Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) and Federal Highway.
Berjaya Park is actually an industrial enclave by Berjaya â€“ which this site is formerly known as Berjaya Industrial Park. Perhaps due to rapid and fast development of residential segments in the area, which most of them in Kota Kemuning and Bukit Rimau are successful, Berjaya tries to pitch the demand by creating it as an integrated township.
Is Berjaya successful by doing this? The answer is yes and no. It is successful as they are fully taken as its prices are way cheaper than the ones in Kota Kemuning and Bukit Rimau â€“ which is up to 40% cheaper.
Berjaya Park is also nicely located with access to Kesas Highway. However, the township is less appealing than others because of lacking of amenities and facilities. None of the developments here is built within gated and guarded community.
There are several incidents have been reported happened in the area of Berjaya Park. Break-ins are a norm in this area. And in October 2009, there was a homicide case whereby an Indonesian guy was murdered and stuffed in a drum.