Suria Damansara, located in Kelana Jaya, is a low density condominium which enjoys a peaceful and quiet surrounding that offers its residents the chance to be able to appreciate their personal privacy but still be within easy reach of necessary amenities.
Kelana Jaya is a suburb which is a part of the Petaling Jaya city, comprising sections SS3, SS4, SS5, SS6, and SS7. The Damansara-Puchong Expressway cuts through this suburb. Kelana Centre Point is a popular shopping mall in this township.
Being in such a well-established area such as Kelana Jaya means that the residents of Suria Damansara will be able to enjoy the many amenities that are available in the vicinity of this condominium. There is a whole host of various kinds, enough to please even the most picky buyer. Hypermarkets, educational institutions, office suites, commercial areas; all of these can be found easily.
Hypermarkets such as Citta Mall, Giant, Jusco, Parkson and Tesco will be able to easily fulfil all the daily necessities of residents. The children will have a choice of schools, both primary and secondary, to go to such as SRK and SMK Lembah Subang as well as SMK Kelana Jaya whilst for tertiary education, parents will be spoilt for choice with quality local and foreign based institutions such as UNITAR, KDU, Sunway University, Monash University and Malaysia University of Science and Technology.
Office suites like the ones in Kenala Brem Tower, Kelana Business Centre, Kelana Centre Point as well as Paradigm will almost certainly see office-goers renting or buying a unit at Suria Damansara as it enables for easier travelling to and from work. This can also be backed up by the existence of various commercial lots that are mere minutes away from this development, some examples of which are Niu Ze Xui (NZX), Dana 1, Oasis, Dataran Ara Damansara and Taipan. A short distance is all it takes for residents or visitors to get to the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang Jaya, which once served as Kuala Lumpur's main airport before the 1998 opening of the KL International Airport in Sepang.
Suria Damansara was built near the Kelana Jaya LRT station, ensuring that residents are given the privilege of enjoying the benefits of public transportation right at their doorstep. There are also Rapid KL Feeder bus stops for Kelana Jaya, Taman Bahagia and Taman Paramount either behind the condominium or within reach. With such easy access to many of the major highways that link Selangor and Kuala Lumpur such as the Federal Highway, PLUS Highway, LDP, KESAS, NKVE and ELITE, residents are rest assured that getting anywhere will be a breeze, provided they know the many turnings and avoid the peak periods.
Name: Suria Damansara
Address: Jalan PJU 1A/4A, Taman Kelana Jaya, Selangor
Developer: Matroz Corporation
Completion Date: 2006
No. of Storey: 11
No. of Units: 200
No. of Blocks: 3
Maintenance Fee: RM0.17 per sf
24 hour security
Suria Damansara is considered a great buy as the prices are still kept reasonable due to the amount of buyers who have been staying there for the long term instead of renting it out. It also nice condo to stay in as it is located in a more quiet area of the suburb as compared to other developments and it also comes with ample parking lots since all residents are given 2 lots each. It also has nearby access to both the LDP and the Subang road, taking only up to 10 minutes drive, if the roads are clear of traffic jams, to reach Sunway Pyramid.
There are a few downsides to this property. One of which is the low cost flats which are located nearby. There may be a spate of problems next time once the flat is fully occupied, making it very congested and unsightly, such as increased crime rates and heavier traffic flow.
There is a tunnel which once allowed for residents to access to the whole of Ara Damansara but it was closed in 2010, only allowing for vehicles to go in but not come out. If one were to want to go out to the LDP, one would have to go to the other tunnel which is about 2 km to 3 km from the Suria Damansara condominium. When there is a heavy downpour, of which the Malaysian tropical weather is known for, the tunnels have a tendency to flood.