The authorities announced that MRT Putrajaya Line Phase I will start operating on 16 June 2022. If you want to broaden your house or investment search and include residential properties close to the other stations under MRT Putrajaya Line, be glad to know that there are over 30 projects to choose from.
Malaysian residential properties located within a short walking distance to public transportation are highly sought-after because they enhance our work-life balance. Let’s be honest, no one wants to spend one hour or more travelling to work. Even shorter commutes of about 30 minutes can be exhausting. The long commute saps our energy and it could be better spent on something more meaningful, like with our family.
For those looking for homes located close to speedy public transport, we have wonderful news for you: the authorities announced that MRT Putrajaya Line Phase I will start operating on 16 June 2022 at 3pm. Do note that it’s also known as MRT 2 and is officially called the Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) Line.
According to news reports, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced that for one-month beginning Thursday (June 16), commuters will be able to enjoy free rides across all public transportation services under RapidKL in the Klang Valley. The free rides include MRT, LRT, BRT, Monorail and the RapidKL bus, in conjunction with the opening of the MRT Putrajaya line.
Overall, the 57.7km-long MRT Putrajaya Line will feature 36 stations, of which 27 are elevated and nine are underground. There will be 10 interchange stations and connecting stations, allowing commuters to easily transfer from the Putrajaya Line to existing and upcoming rail lines in Malaysia. There are also 4 extra stations just in case they are needed. However, only 12 MRT stations will start operating under Phase 1 on 16 June.
And if you want to broaden your house or investment search and include residential properties close to the other stations under MRT Putrajaya Line, here’s a list of over 30 projects to choose from. But first, let’s look at which areas will benefit from the new MRT Putrajaya Line 1 below:
List of residential projects close to MRT Putrajaya Line Phase I
Now, let’s head to the juicy and most informative part of this article, namely the list of residential properties within walking distance to Phase I of the Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) Line. The tables contain the approximate distance to the nearest MRT station, the project’s builder, built-up sizes, selling prices and when it was completed.
From iProperty’s database, we found more than 10 existing residential developments close to the MRT 2 Phase 1 stations, namely Kampung Selamat, Damansara Damai, Sri Damansara Barat, Metro Prima, Kepong Baru, Jinjang and Kampung Batu.
Residential developments within walking distance to Kampung Selamat MRT Station
If you want to broaden your house search and include residential properties close to the other stations under MRT Putrajaya Line, you will be glad to know that there are over 30 projects to choose from. But please bear in mind that the remaining stations under Phase 2 are expected to start operating by January 2023. Happy house hunting!
Residential developments within walking distance to Kentonmen MRT Station
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