Cahaya SPK in Shah Alam is part of a planned resort-like township featuring a mix of both residential and commercial properties. Developed by SPK Homes, this low-density township sits on 500 acres of leasehold land. It is estimated that it will take 12 years for the whole township to be completed.
Cahaya SPK is planned that there will be 4,000 residential and commercial properties in this township. However, if you feel like 4,000 is too much and will feel like you are living cramped prison – you need not worry as it is actually spread out over 500 acres of land. This means that there is an average of eight units per acre. In fact, you may be pleasantly surprised to know that 15% of the land (over 78 acres) has been dedicated to natural parkland, water canals, and recreational facilities.
The residential part of Cahaya SPK will consist of several precincts. There will be 791 superlink double-storey homes, 146 semi-detached homes, 196 link semi-detached homes, 260 bungalows, 18 linked bungalows, 80 bungalow lots, and 2,443 apartment and condominium units. The first precinct consists of bungalows. The bungalows are between 7,685 and 37,760 sf and were originally priced at RM32 and RM42 sf.
The second precinct is where 142 superlink homes are, and they have a built-up area of 2,325 sf. These superlink houses were originally priced at RM351,000. Phase 3 is dubbed Park Link Villas @ Precinct 3, and it features a mix of 92 units consisting of 2-storey link semi-detached houses, semi-detached houses, and linked bungalows. The semi-detached units were originally priced at RM520,000 with a built-up area of 2,667 sf, while the semi-detached units were originally priced at RM648,000 with a built-up area of 2,960 sf.
12 acres of land have been dedicated to the commercial part of Cahaya SPK. This development incorporates a mix of shops and office towers. There are many facilities available at Cahaya SPK. This is because it is SPK Homes’ vision to promote healthy living and outdoor activities amongst the residents. Some of these great amenities include an Olympic-sized swimming pool, jogging trails, children’s playground, badminton courts and more.
One of the newer phases of the development is 50 Residences @ Cahaya SPK, which is to be fenced, upmarket area separated from the rest of Cahaya SPK. It would have sophisticated security with 24-hour patrol, CCTV surveillance and a panic button installed in all units, along with 2 motion detecting lights in all porches. Units would have double volume ceiling, walk-in wardrobe along with upwards of 2,421 sf of living space.
Cahaya SPK is nestled amongst established neighborhoods in Shah Alam. This includes Bukit Jelutong, Kayangan Heights, and Sunway Kayangan. It is also linked to major highways such as the North Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), Sprint Highway, and the Lebuhraya Guthrie Corridor.
If you are bringing up a family and like green and open spaces, Cahaya SPK is a place that you should consider. What is great is that although it is in Shah Alam and near Subang Jaya, it gives residents a feeling of being away from the hustle of bustle that Klang Valley is known for by letting them escape in its 78 acres of natural, green space. Prospective families may also be interested to know that there are family-oriented events regularly conducted at Cahaya SPK.
With its easy-going feel, proximity to established neighborhoods such as Bukit Jelutong and UEP Subang Jaya; this area is a good place to invest into. The Monterez Golf and Country Club (Monterez) is next door, and there are several educational institutions nearby including UITM Puncak Perdana, Sekolah Seri Cahaya, and Sunway Alam Suria. It is a mere 14 minutes to Subang Airport, and less than half an hour drive to major shopping centres including 1 Utama, The Curve, and Sunway Pyramid.
50 Residensi is one of the upper market developments within Cahaya SPK. The area is elevated, allowing for great views all round. Density is low and security is enhanced to ensure privacy of its residents. In a bid for sustainability, units there also have green building features such as rainwater harvesting system and usage of environmentally friendly paint throughout. It is akin to a small, green and exclusive enclave that few would have the opportunity to enjoy.