From PropertyGuru – Nestled on a 1.5-acre commercial plot which overlooks the Petronas Twin Towers, Le Nouvel at Jalan Ampang is a freehold, build-then-sell (BTS) residential development comprised of two towers. Its luxe concept semi-furnished units have built-up spaces of between 1,679 sq ft – 5,823 sq ft. The average price per sq ft is approximately RM3,000.
About the Developer
Originally established in Hong Kong in the mid-1950s, Wing Tai subsequently expanded to Singapore in 1963. Known as Wing Tai Holdings Limited in Hong Kong, Wing Tai is an investment holding company with a string of subsidiaries involved in the investment and development of properties, as well as the trading and manufacturing of clothing, among others.
Under the umbrella of Wing Tai Asia Holdings Ltd (Wing Tai Asia), Wing Tai has presence across four markets – Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and China. The company is involved in property investment and development, fund management, lifestyle retail and hospitality management.
Wing Tai Asia’s property projects in Malaysia include Mahkota Impian in Penang, Verticasi Residensi in Bukit Ceylon, Nobleton Crest in U-Thant, Lakeside Superlink (Jesselton Hills Phase 2) in Penang, and Sentinelle Ville in Penang.
- Singapore Building and Construction Authority’s Green Mark Gold Award for projects like Belle Vue Residences and Le Nouvel Ardmore
- Building and Construction Authority Green Mark Gold Award for Le Nouvel Ardmore (2009)
- BCI Asia Top 10 Developers Award (2011)
Property Name: Le Nouvel KLCC
Property Type: Serviced Residence
Address: Jalan Ampang
Land Size: 1.5 acres
Land Tenure: Freehold
Land Title: Commercial under HDA
No. of Towers: 2
No. of Storeys: 49 storeys and 43 storeys
No. of Units: 195
No. of Lifts: 4
Build up: 1,679 sq ft – 5,823 sq ft
- 1 bedroom
- 2 bedroom
- 2 bedrooms + Entertainment Room
- 3 bedrooms
- 3 bedrooms + Studio
- 4 bedrooms
- 5 bedrooms
- Dual key apartments
Selling Price: RM5 mil onwards
Average Price per sq ft: RM3,000 and above
Maintenance Fee: RM0.95 psf (including sinking fee)
Bumi Discount: 5%
Security Features: 5 tiers
Expected Date of Completion: Third quarter of 2016
Developer: Hartamaju Sdn Bhd (168478-H) – (a subsidiary of Wing Tai Malaysia Bhd)
Address: 1-1, Jalan SU 1E, Persiaran Sering Ukay 1, Sering Ukay, 68000 Ampang, Selangor
Hotline: 012-239 0172
Facilities (Level 7):
- Games Room
- Function Room
- Karaoke Room
- Theatre Room
- Main Pool
- Children’s pool
- Yoga Room
Facilities (Level 34):
- Wine Lounge
- Cigar Lounge
- Sky Gallery
- Sky Lounge
- Sky Dining
- Cocktail Lounge
- Sky Kitchen
Jalan Ampang is one of the longest stretch of roads in the metropolitan Kuala Lumpur (KL). Jalan Ampang begins with Masjid India on one end, and ceases at AEON Big in Ampang. Located in Kuala Lumpur’s Central Business District (CBD), Le Nouvel is nestled at the nerve centre of Kuala Lumpur – exactly opposite the Petronas Twin Towers. These two twin towers are separated by the stretch of Jalan Ampang where Avenue K shopping centre is located.
The difference in Le Nouvel is that it comprises of 2 side-by-side towers standing at 49 storeys and 43 storeys. Existing buildings parallel to Le Nouvel is Wisma Equity and Lembaga Getah Malaysia. Le Nouvel is also located on the same stretch of road as Corus Hotel and Wisma MCA.
Constantly congested on week days, Jalan Ampang (which is a major, traffic-heavy road that is connected to two other equally major roads in KL, namely Jalan Sultan Ismail to Jalan Tun Razak. Le Nouvel is accessible to Jalan Tun Razak, as well as Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan Kia Peng and Jalan Bukit Bintang, just to name a few.
Another up and coming high rise residential tower nestled on Jalan Yap Kwan Seng (a 2-way, 2-lane road directly linked to Jalan Ampang) is Star Residences. Units there are also priced heftily from RM1 million to RM5 million. For shopaholics, the biggest shopping attractions in the area are Suria KLCC shopping mall and Avenue K. For the athletics at heart, there is KLCC Park, which is considered the greenest part of a city that’s full of skyscrapers! All you have to do to get to this park from Le Nouvel is just cross 2 pedestrian crossings!
An alternative is KL Eco Forest Park (formerly known as Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve), located at the base of KL Tower along Jalan P Ramlee. This “natural rainforest” park, roughly 9.37 acres in size, is a treasure trove within the city due to a scarcity of its kind! It’s among the oldest protected jungles in Kuala Lumpur and was gazetted in as far back as 1906.
Located on Jalan Raja Chulan, the park opens daily from 7am to 6pm. Admission is free. The distance between this park, which features canopied walkways, is 2 kilometres via Jalan P Ramlee.
Embassies located close by are The Australian High Commission, Embassy of Japan in Malaysia, Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in Malaysia, and Embassy of the Philippines. Other high rise residences in the vicinity include Dua Residency and Pavilion Residences Apartments. Condominiums nearby include The Pearl KLCC and The Oval Kuala Lumpur.
The nearest hospital is Prince Court Medical Centre. This medical centre is home to a highly extensive list of medical departments, including Anaesthesiology, Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART), Breast and Endocrine Surgery Services, Burns Unit, Cardiology, Dermatology, Ear Nose and Throat Surgery, Endocrinology (Diabetes Services), an Executive Health Screening Centre, and Eye & LASIK Centre, just to name a few. The second nearest hospital is Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur opposite Great Eastern Mall along Jalan Ampang.
Hotels located within a 3km to 6 km radius are The Royal Chulan Hotel, Trader’s Hotel, famed for its SkyBar, and Mandarin Oriental Hotel, as well as Pullman City Centre Hotel and Residences. Fine dining restaurants such as Marble 8 Steakhouse and bars such as Beach Club Café dominate the local landscape.
Residents of Le Nouvel will have easy access to public transportation such as the Light Rail Transit System (LRT). The main LRT stations are KLCC, Masjid Jamek, and Dang Wangi. There is also the air-conditioned monorail. Its travel route runs from KL Sentral to Titiwangsa.
To get around Kuala Lumpur’s Central Business District (CBD), there’s GOKL free city bus service, which allows passengers to zip from Suria KLCC and Bukit Bintang, and between Bukit Bintang and Chinatown for free! This free city bus service has been running since 31st August, 2012 and it serves two routes – Green and Purple Line. The Green Line shuttles between KLCC and Bukit Bintang. The Purple Line circles from Hub Pasar Seni to Bukit Bintang.
Named after multiple-award-winning architect Jean Nouvel, Le Nouvel is a luxe residential high-rise comprising of two towers. Tower 1, which stands at a height of 49 storeys, houses 78 units of 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom suites, as well as two Simplex units and two Penthouses. Tower 2, which is six storeys lower than Tower 1, features a total of 117 units comprising of 1- to 3-bedroom suites and two Penthouses.