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Jalan Conlay, KLCC, 55100, Kuala Lumpur

  • Built-up : 1,668 sq. ft.
  • Land area : -
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    Banyan Tree Signatures, KLCC

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    Banyan Tree (also known as Pavilion Banyan Tree and Banyan Tree Residences) is luxury service residence skyscraper nestled at KL City Centre, within the KLCC enclave. The suites will be managed by world renowned Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts.
    
    Sited on the former MISC building (previously used as the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus in 2000 to 2005) covering 1.461 acres site, Banyan Tree comprises a single 55-storey tower which consists of 441 units of private residences, 51 units of service residences, and 50 luxury suites. Service and private residence are located from Level 27 to 52, while the hotel suites are located on Level 54 and 55.
    
    There are 7 types of serviced apartment to choose from at Banyan Tree, ranging from 1 to 3 + 1 bedrooms. The units have built-ups range from 1,076 sf to 2,184 sf. This exclusive apartment will boost modern facilities that include a sky bar and a sky-restaurant at the tower roof top, together with the signature Banyan Tree Gallery and Spa.
    
    Property Details
    
    Name: Banyan Tree (also known as Pavilion Banyan Tree and Banyan Tree Residences)
    Address: Jalan Conlay, Kuala Lumpur
    Developer: Pavilion Group
    Completion Date: 2015 (estimate)
    Type: Serviced Apartment
    Tenure: {Tenure}
    No. of Blocks: 1
    No. of Storey: 55
    No. of Units
    Private Residences: 441
    Service Residences: 51
    Suites: 50
    No. of Bedrooms: 1 - (3 + 1)
    No. of Bathrooms: 2 - 4
    Built-up: 1,076 sf - 2,184 sf
    Launch Price
    Minimum: RM1,650 psf
    Average: RM2,000 psf
    Subsale Price: {Price Range}
    Facilities
    
    Roof top
    Sky bar
    Sky restaurant
    Banyan Tree Gallery & Spa
    Infinity pool
    Jacuzzi
    Children's pool
    Pool deck
    Gymnasium
    Children's play area
    Function room
    24-hour security
    Smart card access system
    Intercom system
    Analysis
    
    Banyan Tree Holdings is an international hospitality brand. Established since 1994 via its first boutique resort in Phuket, the company has grown into a multi-business operator globally and is listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange since 2006. Currently, the group manages / owns 20 reso and hotels, over 50 spas, over 70 retail galleries and 3 golf courses.
    
    Banyan Tree is dubbed to become the most exclusive apartment in Kuala Lumpur, potentially leaving One KL and The Troika behind. The average price of Banyan Tree is about RM2,000 psf. The sky rocket high price is due to its strategic location in between KLCC Twin Towers and Bukit Bintang shopping belt. For residents' convenience, the development will be linked to Pavilion KL shopping mall via a private pedestrian bridge. It is minutes away to established corporate office towers and commercial centres.
    
    Despite slow growth in residential property market in KLCC nowadays with rumors saying that KLCC is experiencing property bubble, hospitality industry in KL remains robust. Besides Banyan Tree, other similar developments are W Hotel & Residences along Jalan Ampang, St. Regis Hotel & Residences, Best Western Dua Sentral and the Ascott Sentral in KL Sentral and Hilton Garden Inn in Millennia City Puchong.
    
     
    
    It is the most expensive psf property in Malaysian history. 
    
    Developer: Pavilion Group (Urusharta Cemerlang)
    
    Indicative Price: RM3,000+psf. 
    
    Land Purchase: RM7,209 psf (most expensive in Malaysia).
    
    Pavilion Extension. Elite Pavilion is a showcase of branding and luxury lifestyle, a manifestation of a developer’s quest for excellence. The proposed project at Jalan Bukit Bintang is envisaged as an extension to the existing Pavilion KL. The site is flanked by Grand Millennium KL at the southwest, the Pavilion KL at the northeast and faces Starhill Gallery and Fahrenheit 88. 
    
    The project is realised from the need for additional retail area to Pavilion KL Shopping Centre to maintain its position as a world-class shopping destination in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Upon completion, the additional 10 levels of retail, with bridge connections at various points to existing mall, would further strengthen the successful shopping environment currently enjoyed by Pavilion KL. With a retail-lined underground link to the existing Fahrenheit 88 shopping centre, this new retail podium will be more accessible and connected with easy links to other shopping malls in the vicinity. 
    
    A 50 storey tower comprising of 369 units of high-end serviced apartments will crown the new podium. The ‘seamless’ full height glass curtain wall facade gives rise to a sleek tower, which stands out distinctly as an iconic residential block. The tower is topped with a light box and with strategic up lighting, the tower is imparted with its own unique identity in the Pavilion precinct.
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    Property Information

    Property Type:
    Serviced Residence
    Occupancy:
    Vacant
    Land Title:
    Commercial
    Facing Direction:
    Unknown
    Tenure:
    Freehold
    Unit Type:
    -
    Furnishing:
    Partly Furnished
    QuikPro No:
    UP4633646
    Asking Price per sq. ft.:
    -
    Posted Date:
    12 Sep 2018

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