No. 12A, Jalan Dato Abdullah Tahir, Johor Bahru, 80300 Johor Bahru, Johor

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 Categories Condominium Duplex SoHo/Studio

(Year of Completion)
This project was completed 1 year ago
Launch Price RM 833,340 - RM 2,348,340
Subsale Price NIL
Rental Price NIL
484 sq ft - 1,389 sq ft
Built Up
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Floor Plans

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505 sq ft

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Setia Sky 88 is a luxury high-rise condominium set to be an iconic building within Johor's economic corridor, Iskandar Malaysia. The development's tallest tower is a staggering 70 stories and features decadent facilities, located at levels 9, 9M, 53 and 53M, providing extravagance along with breathtaking views of Johor's and Singapore's city skylines.

This development also boasts a strategic location offering, being only minutes away from shopping malls, banks, schools, hospitals, even the Sultan Iskandar Customs, Immigration and Quarantine Complex and the Johor-Singapore Causeway.

It was reported that the project received overwhelming positive response, selling out all 353 of it’s international units for two towers within a five day period, around 40% of the buyers being expats. At the time, the development also had the highest selling prices for a condominium in Johor, at a launch price of RM750 - RM1,000 psf (min.) and now looks to beat it with its final tower launching at RM1,500 psf (min.)


Grand sculpture lobby
Grand entrance
Visitor lounge
Sculptured garden
Swimming pool
Kid's pool
Function courtyard
Alfresco dining area
Viewing deck
Aqua gym
Barbecue area
Business lounge
Multipurpose room
Art cafe
Reading room
Kid's playroom
Function area
Audio visual room
Spa room
Steam room
Sauna room
Sky gym
Indoor dip pool
Dance studio
Yoga centre
Sky deck
Wine lounge
Gourmet kitchen


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SP Setia Bhd Group

S P Setia Berhad – Company Overview
S P Setia Berhad is recognised as Malaysia’s leading listed real estate player with a proven track record of innovation-driven and standard-setting developments. The Group’s strength lies in its prowess in creating meaningful environments based on its development philosophy of Live Learn Work Play.

The developer has built a solid base in Malaysia offering an extensive product range which includes townships, eco sanctuaries, luxury residences, business parks, commercial and retail developments.

Incorporated in 1974, S P Setia started out as a construction company and was listed on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (now Bursa Malaysia) in 1993. In 1996 it refocused its core business to property development with supporting businesses in construction, infrastructure and wood-based manufacturing.

Award-winning Developer
S P Setia is the only Malaysian developer to be recognised six times by the International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI) for three Best Master Plan Developments, one Best Residential (Low-Rise) Development, a Specialised Project (Purpose-Built) and a Best Retail Development award. Locally, the Group has garnered eight FIABCI Malaysia Property Awards.

S P Setia’s product and service quality is recognised by the industry and attested by its No.1 ranking in The Edge Malaysia Top Property Developers Awards which it won for the 8th time in 2013. No other developer has achieved this feat since the inception of the awards.

A Growing International Presence
In the last seven years, the Group has also spread its wings to Vietnam, Singapore, Australia and more recently the United Kingdom.

S P Setia’s foray overseas began in 2007 when Vietnam’s top state-owned conglomerate, Becamex IDC Corp, chose S P Setia as its joint-venture partner to launch its 558-acre, USD880 million GDV township project, known as EcoLakes at My Phuoc. Following this success, the Group has also launched a mixed development project called Eco Xuan at Lai Thieu in Tuan An District, Binh Doung Province.

In 2009, S P Setia established an office in Singapore and two years later, the Group acquired a 29,440 sq ft site to develop a high-rise condominium called 18 Woodsville. The successful launch of this project spurred the developer to acquire another parcel of land for the luxury high-rise project of Eco Sanctuary.

In June 2011, the Group previewed its first project in Melbourne called Fulton Lane, a high-rise condominium with distinctive architecture provided by the acclaimed Karl Fender of Fender Katsalidis Architects.

Fulton Lane’s successful launch spurred S P Setia to look at more opportunities in Melbourne and the Group acquired another piece of land, this time on the upmarket St Kilda Road, also in the City of Melbourne for its Parque project.

In April 2012, S P Setia was invited by the Malaysian Government to lead the Malaysian consortium formed to jointly develop the China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park (QIP). In September the same year, S P Setia acquired Battersea Power Station together with Sime Darby and the Employees Provident Fund through a joint-venture consortium.

Driving the Malaysian Property Sector
S P Setia enjoys a strong presence in the state of Selangor, Malaysia through its flagship projects, the 2,525-acre Setia Alam and 791-acre Setia Eco Park. In the city of Kuala Lumpur, the developer has built three high-end projects which are Duta Nusantara, Duta Tropika and Setiahills.

Leveraging on the strong demand for commercial and investment grade properties, S P Setia has also expanded into the commercial sector with projects such as SetiaWalk, Setia Avenue, the Group’s first maiden retail mall project called Setia City Mall and the upcoming KL Eco City. The futuristic KL Eco City with its focus on sustainable development will function as a nexus of residential, commercial and recreational interests for the estimated six million inhabitants of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor.

S P Setia is also well established in the state of Johor, Penang and Sabah, three other key economic regions in Malaysia.

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Property Name Year of Completion Ad Selling Price Ad Rental Price Avg Transacted Price Avg Rental Yield (%)
Setia Sky 88 2016 RM 1,900,000 - RM 1,900,000
RM 505 psf - RM 505 psf
D'Esplanade Residence 2014 From RM 390,000 RM 2,500 - RM 2,500 NIL NIL
1 For Sale in Setia Sky 88 4 For Rent in Setia Sky 88 4 For Rent in D'Esplanade Residence
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  • My Affordability

    Down Payment (10%) RM 83,334
    Loan Amount ( 90 %) RM 750,006
    Tenure Years 35 Years
    Interest Rate %
    Interest Amount RM 750,006
    Others (Estimation) RM 10,000
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    RM 193 ±
    RM 0.4 psf (484 sq ft)
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