Bangi Gateway, Section 15, Bandar Baru Bangi

Bangi Gateway (also known as Bangi Gateway Shopping Complex) is a leasehold integrated office, residential & retail hub located in Section 15, Bandar Baru Bangi. It comprises Plaza Bangi Perdana. The built-up available at this project is 600 sf to 980 sf for condominium units, 6,547 sf for retail units, 6,547 sf for retail units and 3,936 sf to 6,741 sf for shop-offices. It was developed by Golden Peninsular Holdings Sdn Bhd, and was completed in around 2013. Golden Peninsular Holdings Sdn Bhd is a boutique property development company held privately, and it has built only this project in Malaysia.

Property Type
Integrated Office, Residential & Retail
Land Tenure
Leasehold
Built-up
600 sf - 980 sf (Condominium)
6,547 sf (Retail)
6,547 sf (Retail)
3,936 sf - 6,741 sf (Shop-Office)
Market Price
RM270,000 - RM480,000 (Condominium)
RM4,980,000 (Retail)
RM4,980,000 (Retail)
RM1,890,000 - RM3,030,000 (Shop-Office)
Density
-NA-
Completed In
2013
Launch Price
-NA-

This integrated office, residential & retail hub has many amenities nearby, e.g. schools, hospitals and universities. The following are some schools here:

As for hospitals, there are An Nur Specialist Hospital and Hospital Pakar An Nur. There are also some universities here, such as Universiti KL Malaysia France Institute (Unikl Mfi) and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.

The current rental yield of Bangi Gateway is 3.88% for condominium units. The highest rental yield ever recorded was 5.03% in Q1 2020 (Condominium); while the lowest one was 3.88% in Q3 2021 (Condominium). Meanwhile, the most common unit layouts and sizes available here are as follows:

Condominium Layouts

The most popular layout and size combination at Bangi Gateway for condominium units is 3-bedroom / 660 sf with a median price of RM470 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 1-bedroom / 622 sf with a median price of RM720 psf; while the cheapest one is 3-bedroom / 850 sf with a median price of RM390 psf.

Retail Layouts

Meanwhile, the most popular layout and size combination at Bangi Gateway for retail units is 6,547 sf with a median price of RM760 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 6,547 sf with a median price of RM760 psf; while the cheapest one is 6,547 sf with a median price of RM760 psf.

Retail Layouts

Meanwhile, the most popular layout and size combination at Bangi Gateway for retail units is 6,547 sf with a median price of RM760 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 6,547 sf with a median price of RM760 psf; while the cheapest one is 6,547 sf with a median price of RM760 psf.

Shop-Office Layouts

Lastly, the most popular layout and size combination at Bangi Gateway for shop-offices is 3,936 sf with a median price of RM480 psf. For price wise, the most expensive one is 3,936 sf with a median price of RM480 psf; while the cheapest one is 5,239 sf with a median price of RM390 psf.

Latest Bangi Gateway for sale listings:

DateTypeBuilt-upPrice
18 Nov 2021Condominium980 sfRM479,000
31 Oct 2021Retail6,100 sfRM3,000,000
28 Oct 2021Retail3,650 sfRM1,790,000
14 Oct 2021Retail5,900 sfRM3,000,000
7 Oct 2021Condominium857 sfRM490,000
30 Sep 2021Condominium600 sfRM270,000
21 Sep 2021Shop-Office4,224 sfRM1,900,000
13 Sep 2021Shop-Office5,239 sfRM1,822,500
17 Sep 2021Condominium650 sfRM340,000
16 Sep 2021Shop-Office5,239 sfRM1,822,500

Latest Bangi Gateway for rent listings:

DateTypeBuilt-upRental
12 Nov 2021Shop-Office1,914 sfRM2,500
22 Nov 2021Room-NA-RM300
9 Nov 2021Studio660 sfRM800
3 Nov 2021Condominium664 sfRM1,000
31 Oct 2021Office1,300 sfRM2,700
27 Oct 2021Studio650 sfRM900
16 Oct 2021Condominium661 sfRM1,100
13 Oct 2021Low-Cost Flat665 sfRM1,400
29 Sep 2021Condominium1,000 sfRM1,800
26 Sep 2021Shop-Office1,400 sfRM1,950
1 user comments on Bangi Gateway
Yasantha
16 Jul 2020 @ 11:21 AM

This place is quite convenient because there's a lot of facilities in the mall like the grocery store and various offices too. A major concern to look out for would be the traffic jams that occur at the roads near the mall, especially during peak hours. Some residents from the area use the roads there to travel to work in Kajang. It usually results in traffic jams in the evening too when they're travelling back home from work.