S P Setia Enjoying Positive Response For Elata Vita @ Setia Tropika
True to its inspiring tagline ‘Full of Life’, Elata Vita @ Setia Tropika recorded an impressive take-up rate of 90 percent during its launch last month with homebuyers queuing up a day before.
“As with all our other residential projects, we once again received an overwhelming response for the double-storey terrace houses collection named Elata Vita @ Setia Tropika which is targeted to be completed by mid-2019,” said Saniman Bin Amat Yusof, SP Setia General Manager of Property South.
Located on seven acres within the matured Setia Tropika township, accessibility is a breeze as the area is situated next to the North-South Highway with a designated outlet (Exit 255B built by S P Setia) for its residents so that they can travel to and from the CBD faster and easier.
Connectivity to Kempas Medical Centre is a mere 5km away whereas the CIQ Checkpoint and Johor Bahru city centre are 12km away. Frequent travellers will be happy to note that the Senai International Airport is only an 18km-drive away from the township.
The RM90.2m GDV Elata Vita @ Setia Tropika collection boasts 138 units of 20’ x 65’ tastefully-designed double storey terrace homes with four bedrooms and four baths, column-less car porch, individual roofing, as well as a single entry & exit point for safety. The built-up area for each unit is 1,880 sq. feet.
Some of the facilities within Setia Tropika include a 12-acre award-winning town park offering picnic lawns, a reflexology area, basketball courts, football field, multi-purpose court as well as an educational garden. For the health-conscious, dedicated jogging and cycling tracks are also made available.
“Residents of Elata Vita @ Setia Tropika will be pleased to know that the residential area is a 24-hour gated and guarded community. Another exciting addition is the pocket parks available in numerous locations of the township as part of our commitment to creating ecological features and a sustainable living environment for the enrichment of our community,” Saniman further elaborated.