Cube SOHO, One South
Cube SOHO (also known as Cube @ One South) is a leasehold SOHO building that is located in One South, Taman Serdang Perdana. There are 384 units available at this property with built-up from 445 sf to 450 sf. It was developed by Hua Yang Bhd with a launch price of around RM800 psf, and was completed in about Aug 2017.
Hua Yang Bhd is a big-scale real estate company listed on KLSE, and it has undertaken around 27 real estate projects in Malaysia. Other similar projects by the same developer are Astetica Residences, Bandar Universiti, Flexis, Garden @ One South, Lakeville, Metia Residence, One South, Park @ One South, Symphony Heights and Taman Pulai Indah.
This soho building has some amenities nearby, such as, transit stations and universities.
The current rental yield of Cube SOHO is around 7.2%, compared to 4.97% a year ago in Q1 2022. The highest rental yield ever recorded was 7.84% in Q1 2021; while the lowest one was 4.31% in Q2 2021. Meanwhile, the most common unit layouts and sizes available here are as follows:
The most popular layout and size (built-up) combination at Cube SOHO is Studio / 450 sf with a median price of RM780 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is Studio / 450 sf with a median price of RM780 psf; while the cheapest one is 1-bedroom / 445 sf with a median price of RM710 psf.
Latest Cube SOHO sale listings:
|27 May 2022||SOHO||450 sf||RM280,000|
|6 Nov 2021||Studio||450 sf||RM325,000|
|27 Oct 2021||Studio||449 sf||RM330,000|
|29 Sep 2021||Condominium||450 sf||RM278,000|
|28 Sep 2021||Studio||450 sf||RM290,000|
Latest Cube SOHO rental listings:
|4 Jan 2022||Studio||460 sf||RM1,250|
|31 Dec 2021||Condominium||460 sf||RM1,250|
|29 Nov 2021||Studio||460 sf||RM1,400|
|18 Nov 2021||Studio||458 sf||RM1,100|
|2 Nov 2021||Studio||450 sf||RM1,000|
|29 Sep 2021||Studio||450 sf||RM1,100|
|21 Sep 2021||Condominium||1,000 sf||RM1,500|
Worst place to stay in ever, parking in basement was dark like in bat cave, security guard is just hiding somewhere else to smoke, a place full with foreigners, shops mostly closed with no access to Malaysian foods, not recommended at all.