Quintain showcases its London pride to KL

KUALA LUMPUR (April 17): London property investor and developer Quintain Estates and Development plc will be launching Belcanto Apartments in its Wembley Park development called Alto at the Westin Hotel Kuala Lumpur this weekend. 

Alto is a three-phased residential development in North West Village  — one of the top 10 best performing areas for property price growth (over 20%) last year. Launched in March last year, North West Village will feature contemporary homes in a vibrant new community that gets to enjoy Wembley Park’s amenities.

Quintain residential development director Charles Calverley said Belcanto Apartments is due to be completed in 2017.

The project comprises 78 units of 1- and 2-bedroom apartments with a built-up range of between 534 sq ft and 837 sq ft in an 11-storey building. Prices start from £355,000 (RM1.29 million).

Most units have a balcony or terrace with views of the adjacent Elvin Square Gardens or Alto’s courtyard Water Gardens.

Facilities include round-the-clock concierge service, and a  gym and spa. There are also over 50 stores, 20 eateries and a cinema nearby. Residents also have convenient access to the Tube, and rail and road links that connect Alto to all parts of London.

Both the Tube’s Wembley Park station and National Rail’s Wembley Stadium station are a 10-minute walk from Alto. The Jubilee Line will be running for 24 hours from September this year.  

This article first appeared in The Edge Financial Daily, on April 17, 2015.

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