Development‘s final phase takes shape

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  • Saturday, 10 Dec 2016

An Encorp sales & marketing staff member explaining Akasia’s final phase development to potential buyers.

Encorp Bhd (Encorp) recently revealed Akasia’s final phase development from one of their flagship projects in Encorp Cahaya Alam.

Akasia comprises 234 two- and three-storey unique superlink homes – with 122 units in the first phase and 112 in the final phase – offering modern, contemporary designed architecture and well-planned township that will add value to the residents’ everyday life.

Akasia’s first phase saw an encouraging sales response when it was initially launched in August 2015 and it is progressing ahead of schedule.

The recent launch of Akasia’s final phase creates more opportunities for new homeowners to own their dream houses.

Buyers will also be able to enjoy rebates on the selling price as well as attractive discounts.

Two different layout types were showcased with standard land area from 24’ x 80’ and priced from RM1.08mil. The two-storey design (type B) comes with four bedrooms and one utility room and a built up area from 2,757 sq ft.

Meanwhile, the three-storey design (type C) comes with a spacious five bedrooms and one utility room and a built-up area from 3,696 sq ft.

Akasia is essentially a representation of Encorp’s strength in high quality homes as its mock unit obtained a Quality Assessment System in Construction (Qlassic) with a rating score of 81% by the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB).

Another important factor in Encorp Cahaya Alam homes is its excellent capital appreciation, which previous buyers of the other phases have had the privilege of enjoying.

Akasia is developed on 7.7ha within the highly sought-after 85ha Encorp Cahaya Alam township and complemented by 671 residential and 70 commercial unitrs. Approximately 28ha of Encorp Cahaya Alam has already been developed, completed, fully sold and occupied whereas the remaining parcels will be developed and expected to be completed by 2021.

The project is well-situated with accessibility and connectivity such as New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) and Federal Highway and close to Shah Alam City Centre and Bandar Baru Klang.

Encorp Cahaya Alam has created a community that emphasises the best of neighbourhood living with features such as a surau, linear recreational park, integrated amenities and conscientious town planning to promote a safe and unparalleled living standard.

The linear park is equipped with a football field, playground, BBQ pits, walk-ways, jogging tracks and relaxation cabanas.

Other nearby amenities include established education centres — Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) and Universiti Selangor (Unisel); shopping and commercial areas – Aeon Bandar Baru Klang, Setia City Mall and i-City; and medical centres – DEMC Specialist Hospital, KPJ Selangor Specialist Hospital and Salam Shah Alam Specialist Hospital.

Existing buyers will also enjoy Encorp’s “Buyer get Buyers” programme where special cash incentives are offered on successful completion of sales for prospects they introduce.

Repeat purchasers are also entitled to Ikea vouchers for any new purchases via the “Loyalty Programme” that has been created as a way of showing appreciation to Encorp’s patrons.

For details, call 03-6142 3777, visit, or email

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