Queensbay Mall, Bayan Indah

Queensbay Mall is a freehold shopping mall located in Bayan Indah, Sungai Nibong.The built-up available at this project is 344 sf to 581 sf. It was developed by CP Land Sdn Bhd, and was completed around 2006.

CP Land Sdn Bhd is a mid-scale property development company held privately, and it has developed about 5 property projects in Malaysia. Other similar projects by the same developer are BayGarden, BayStar, Bayan Bay and Casa Idaman.

Property Type
Shopping Mall
Land Tenure
Freehold
Built-up
344 sf - 581 sf
Market Price
RM1,210,000 - RM2,530,000
Density
-NA-
Completed In
2006
Launch Price
-NA-

This shopping mall is not very ideal for own stay or investment, as it has no amenities around.

The current rental yield of Queensbay Mall is around 4.8%, compared to 8.18% 5 years ago in Q2 2015. The highest rental yield ever recorded was 9.36% in Q4 2013; while the lowest one was 1.71% in Q4 2019. Meanwhile, the most common unit layouts and sizes available here are as follows:

The most popular layout and size combination at Queensbay Mall is 456 sf with a median price of RM3,490 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 345 sf with a median price of RM5,030 psf; while the cheapest one is 410 sf with a median price of RM3,200 psf.

Latest Queensbay Mall for sale listings:

DateTypeBuilt-upPrice
21 Oct 2020Retail350 sfRM1,250,000
6 Oct 2020Retail1,034 sfRM6,600,000
1 Oct 2020Retail456 sfRM1,200,000
29 Sep 2020Retail598 sfRM2,600,000
24 Aug 2020Retail521 sfRM3,500,000
17 Jul 2020Retail1,130 sfRM4,500,000
12 Jun 2020Retail350 sfRM1,250,000
5 May 2020Commercial521 sfRM3,500,000
6 Apr 2020Commercial1,130 sfRM4,500,000

Latest Queensbay Mall for rent listings:

DateTypeBuilt-upRental
14 Dec 2020Retail450 sfRM6,000
3 Nov 2020Retail474 sfRM4,500
2 Nov 2020Retail474 sfRM4,500
2 Oct 2020Retail1,030 sfRM18,500
29 Sep 2020Retail516 sfRM9,500
14 Sep 2020Retail450 sfRM6,000
11 Jul 2020Retail474 sfRM4,500
6 Jul 2020Retail474 sfRM4,500
18 Jun 2020Retail-NA-RM11,000
1 user comments on Queensbay Mall
Joe
10 Aug 2019 @ 12:56 PM

Management should probably do something about those half completed pillars on the top floor.