The stunning architectural icon comprising two 36-storey towers interrupted at random with sky gardens and flanked by two five-storey low-rise duplex townhouses, will definitively be a statement of loft living, she said.
However, she could not divulge the project's gross development value as it was still being assessed, but added that the iconic condonomium was set to change the face of the 100-year old former railway town that was now a draw for the young modern crowd.
Two other condominiums in the area built by YTL Land are The Tamarind and The Saffron, completed in 2005 and 2008 respectvely.
A total of 5,000 buyers have expressed thier earnest enthusiam by registering for units in the project, she told a press conference to announce the completion of the first office project in Sentul West and Sentul East, called d7.
d7 is a seven-storey architecture and cutting edge duplex sky office, located on prime land, which boosts of boutique offices, retail, food and beverage outlets encased in a lush landscaped courtyard atrium area.
Karen said d7, which was completely sold out, had appreciated by more than 40 per cent since its debut in September 2007.
The launch price for d7 then was RM380 per square feet — and today, it is valued at RM650 per square feet.
d7 will soon be connected to d6 via a sky bridge stretched over Jalan Sentul, and the elevated Sentul Skywalk will connect all of Sentul East developments in the future to provide convenience to the community. — Bernama