Rhythm Avenue is a high-rise serviced apartment located in USJ 19. It is a part of an integrated development that comprises three blocks of serviced apartments and a two storey retail mall called The 19 USJ City Mall .
Within the retail mall, there are restaurants, cafes and a supermarket to serve the residents in convenience. The main tenant of the shopping mall is Aeon Big. Hence, the residents do not have to hassle in the traffic congestion to buy groceries and basic necessities. There are plenty of facilities available for residents as well.
For alternative shopping experiences, there are plenty of shopping malls nearby like The Main Place, One City, The Summit, Sunway Pyramid, Subang Parade, Empire Subang, First Subang Giant USJ, Mydin USJ and Aeon Big Subang. For healthcare, there are two main private hospitals nearby which are Subang Jaya Medical Centre and Sunway Medical Centre.
For education, there are plenty of government, private and international schools in USJ. Within 5 minutes drive, there is USJ Taipan and Subang Business Centre USJ 9. Rhythm Avenue is accessible via Federal Highway, Kesas Expressway, Lebuhraya Damansara - Puchong (LDP), New Pantai Expressway (NPE) and New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE). For public transportation, there are bus and taxi stations around the area.
Name: Rhythm Avenue
Address: Jalan USJ 19/1, 47630 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Developer: Sanjung Utama
Completion Date: 2008
Type: Serviced Apartment
No. of Blocks: 4
No. of Units: 1,036
Built-up: 456 - 1,308 sf
Maintenance Fee: RM0.18
Launch Price: RM80,000 - RM170,000
Subsale Price: RM 200,000.00 - RM 729,000.00
Rental: RM 750.00 - RM 2,800.00
Multipurpose court for sport activities
Restaurants and cafes
Rhythm Avenue was originally developed by Sanjung Utama, but due to economic crisis in 1997, Sanjung Utama went bankrupt. The result of this is Rhythm Avenue was abandoned. It was abandoned for six to seven years until two years ago another developer took over the project. The receiver of Rhythm Avenue is Pricewaterhouse Coopers developer.
According to special assistant of Subang Jaya assemblyman, Yap Yun Fatt, Rhythm Avenue is able to be revived due to AmBank contributions by using their own funds, which involved RM80 millions. Furthermore, AmBank did not sell the project to another developer or else previous purchasers would have lost their rights on the units they had bought. Purchasers feel grateful that AmBank stands on humanitarian grounds.
Even though purchasers can breathe a sign of relive after long years of disappointment, purchasers have to endure the fact that is no enough parking space for each unit promised by the developer. The owners have to pay parking fee RM 50 monthly. Regardless, Rhythm Avenue is now a striving serviced residence in USJ which is fully tenanted with a growing commercial sector. The undergoing development LRT Extension is only 5 min walking distance from the area. It has also generated lots of interest from investors as there is a potential for an even higher appreciation.