Vipod Residence, KLCC
Jalan Kia Peng, KLCC, 50450, Kuala Lumpur
- Built-up : 1,299 sq. ft.
- Land area : -
RM 9,005 per month
Vipod Residence, KLCC
Vipod Suites is the latest condo development in KLCC, set opposite the HL building (previously the Hakka Restaurant). Like its sister condominium complex, Quadro Residences, information about this project is top secret - so secret that renderings of the building cannot be found. As a result, there is varying information about this project. It is being developed by Monoland. Vipod Suites is set in between KLCC and Pavilion. There are several blocks, which are either between 38 to 41-storey high. There are 3 wings, with 4 lifts (including 1 service lift) serving each wing. There are 367, 418, or 440 units in total and prices start from RM668,000 for 1 bedroom units and RM900,000 onwards for 2+1 bedrooms. Each floor at Vipod Suites has 11 units, and 5 of them are 2+1 bedrooms that are over 1,000 sf. There is also one 2-bedroom unit and the rest are 1-bedroom units at 653 sf. The floor plan is divided into 3 clusters, and each cluster has 3 to 4 units. If you buy a large unit, you are entitled to buy a small unit which will be allocated to you on the same cluster and same floor so that it is not a mass marketed product. All units at Vipod Suites come with 1 car park. The 2+1 bedroom units face KLCC, although the lower units may be blocked by the Grand Hyatt and Menara Kia Peng. Facilities here include a sky gym, sky lounge, sky bar, swimming pool, business meeting room, and concierge services. Maintenance fees will be between 35 sen psf. Free items included in the units are a kitchen cabinet, water heater, air conditioner inverter system in the bedrooms, living room, and dining room; a water heater, hot water piping, whirlpool island bathrubs, designer sinks, kitchen hob and hood, microwave oven, waste disposal unit, and a hot and cold water mixer. Brands used include Toto, Hansgrohe, Soverign, Teka, Toshiba, Schneider, Lifeness, Daikin, and Dedon.
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