Persiaran KLCC, KL City Centre, 50450, Kuala Lumpur
- Built-up : 3,638 sq. ft.
- Land area : -
The Binjai on the Park, KL City Centre, KLCC
**Above 30th Floor, almost at the TOP - 3bedrms+ 1 Study/4Bathrms - rental negotiable based on requirements***Binjai on the Park is considered one of Kuala Lumpur’s most sought after properties of the moment, with the city’s elites and foreign high net worth individuals. This luxurious condominium project is part of the ongoing development of the KLCC masterplan whereby residents will get to enjoy privileged access and benefits of surrounding facilities. These include the high-end Suria KLCC mall as well as high-profile hospitality and convention facilities, such as the Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur, the Traders Hotel, the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and the neighbouring medical facility, the newly completed Prince Court Medical Centre. Binjai on the Park offers various options for investors ranging from three-bedroom high-rise residences to 14 stunning penthouse units. Its’ expansive-scaled units running up to some 19,000 sq ft per unit is equivalent to a super-sized villa. Its interiors are equally impressive, with Burmese teak timber flooring and stylised with cool marble finishing. Each unit is accentuated with attributes such as an exclusive powder room for guests and spacious en suite bathrooms resembling a spa bath feature. The kitchen comes fully equipped with distinguished brands such as Poggenpohl with Gaggenau appliances, Sub Zero refrigerators and Bosch washing machines and dryers. The units provide the complete convenience of a superior quality central vacuum system, centralised chilled water air-conditioning system and an automated central waste disposal system. Please contact James Ong +6017 2588358 / +6018 2188358 for more information - (IF YOU HAVE PROPERTIES TO TRANSACT AND WOULD LIKE TO HAVE PROFESSIONAL REPRESENTATION,PLEASE CONTACT US ) THank you.
Asking Price per sq. ft.:
08 Nov 2018
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