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Sky Park is a highly integrated upcoming development in Cyberjaya, which is expected to be iconic as the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. This unique development spills over a 11.12 acres of land, where the six exclusively designed buildings stand tall. Developed by MCT Consortiums, this mixed development are scheduled to be completed by end of 2017.
Sky Park comes in form of serviced apartments, SoFo studio, SoFo duplex, hotel, strata office, commercial office, shopping mall and a sky bridge. The entire project is expected to receive a gross development value of RM1.3 billion. This freehold development comes with floors ranging between 12 to 37-storey high. tentatively, a number of 296 units of serviced apartments and 390 hotel rooms will be built.
As for the built-ups of Sky Park, the serviced apartments varies between 730 sf to 929 sf, and the other development varies between 544 sf to 2,119 sf. A 3-storey shopping mall will also be included at the bottom of each building; together with a 5-storey underground car park which provides an estimated number of 5,000 parking bays. A sky bridge connecting 5 out of the 6 buildings, with a spectacular Cyberjaya view, will make it a suitable place to have gatherings, functions or hanging out with loved ones.
Numerous facilities are made available at Sky Park, among them being a barbecue area, business centre, cafeteria, clubhouse, covered parking, gymnasium, Jacuzzi, jogging track, mini market, nursery, playground, salon, sauna, squash court, swimming pool, wading pool, tennis court and 24-hour security. Sky Park is located nearby distinguished education institutes such as Lim Kok Wing University, Multimedia University, University Putra Malaysia and Uniten.
Not forgetting to mention ample of renowned companies located within this vicinity providing a high number of job opportunities. It is also strategically located, whereby it’s linked to major cities via Expressway Lingkaran Tengah (ELITE), Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP), Maju Expressway (MEX) and Lebuhraya Lembah Klang Selatan (SKVE).