The Capsquare Residences
Persiaran CapSquare, City Centre, 50100, Kuala Lumpur
- Built-up : 2,630 sq. ft.
- Land area : -
RM 6,084 per month
The Capsquare Residences, City Centre
The Capsquare Residences, City Centre The CapSquare Residences appeals to the urban generation of today, with convenient living within a work, rest, play and shop environment. Only less than 5 minutes walk to Dang Wangi LRT station, 5 minutes drive to KLCC and just next to the retail center with TGV cinema, California Fitness, Starbucks, Coffee Bean and many more quality anchor tenants. The first residential tower in the vibrant integrated CapSquare development is CapSquare Residences with 180 fine apartments. Designed and built by the finest contemporary architectural minds for the urban dweller, CapSquare Residences is inspired by Manhattan-style residences and merges the ideals of a city lifestyle, with a sense of community. The spatial dynamics of urban city living is further evidenced in the shopping, dining and leisure activities, just a stroll away. Inventive and energetic, it is a home for those whose city revolves around their lifestyle. The CapSquare Residences (also known as The CapSquare Residence) is a high-density condominium located in the middle of the city center, along Jalan Sultan Ismail. This is another big project by the reputable BRDB. This is a 36-storey condominium comprises of 180 units of apartments with built up from 1,072 to 6,756 sf. It is part of the large Capital Square development comprising of 15.2 acres in Kuala Lumpur midtown. The master plan consists of two office towers, several office blocks, a hotel and two condominium blocks. There are plenty of amenities available within few steps from the doorstep of The CapSquare Residences. For shopping and entertainment, there are CapSquare Centre, Suria KLCC, Avenue K and Pertama Complex. Be one of the rightful owners of this luxurious establishment today!
Asking Price per sq. ft.:
20 Jun 2018
28 May 2018
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