USJ 6 is a residential precinct located in the affluent township of UEP Subang Jaya. It comprises terrace houses, an apartment namely Goodyear Court 1 and a high-rise condominium, Indera Subang.
Within the vicinity of USJ 6, there are two recreational parks, a playground and a school (SK Seafield). It is surrounded by many amenities, shopping malls and commercial centres. One City, The Main Place, Mydin USJ, Giant USJ and The Summit are located just 1 km away from the neighborhood. Also, it is located nearby Subang Parade, Empire Subang and First Subang.
In addition, at the south tip of USJ 6, there are commercial areas like USJ Taipan and Subang Business Centre USJ 9 which comprises of many internationally renowned cafes, restaurants and banks. Moreover, there are a mosque (Al-Falah Mosque), a police station (USJ 8) and several schools (SMK USJ 8, SK Seafield 3, SM Agama Bestari and SMK Seafield) located nearby.
For accessibility, USJ 6 can be easily accessed through Shah Alam Expressway (KESAS), North - Klang Valley Expressway, NKVE Expressway, LDP expressway, Kelana Jaya - Subang Interchange and Federal Highway via Persiaran Kewajipan. Plus, it is merely 15-minute drive away from the Subang Jaya KTM Komuter station and within walking distance to the LRT station.
Name: USJ 6
Address: Jalan USJ 6/1, 47610 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Developer: Sime UEP
Completion Date: Early 1990s
Type: Terrace, Apartment & Condominium
No. of Bedrooms
No. of Bathrooms
Terrace Intermediate: From 20 ft x 60 ft
Terrace Corner: 45 ft x 60 ft
Terrace: From 1,200 sf
Terrace: RM650,000 – RM1,300,000
Indera Subang: RM700,000 – RM2,800,000
Rental: RM 750.00 - RM 2,800.00
24 hour security (Indera Subang)
Clubhouse (Indera Subang)
Living nearby busy commercial areas might not be everyone favourite. Among the issues associated with USJ 6 area is traffic woes which is very critical at this point and security concern, as it might lead to outsiders coming into the neighborhood very easily. Adding to that, residents have to deal with the many cars parked in the neighborhood which made the space on the roads narrow.
In 2009, there was a major issue, famously known as the "Telekom land scandal" in USJ 6 whereby the residents against the proposed development of a 9-storey commercial building. The plot of land was marked as utilities, and not for commercial use, which was then converted into commercial. The issue seemed to calm down by itself as there is no construction work ongoing on the site. In 2013, construction of the high-rise office building began.
The terraces in USJ 6 are relatively affordable compared to its surrounding neighborhoods like USJ 5, USJ 9 and USJ 11 because they have smaller built-up and land sizes. These houses are pretty aged so it needs at least another RM100,000 to make the houses look new.