Jardin Residences provides the balance between the luxury of space and a sense of tranquillity. These homes are located in the 1,001-acre of a low-density Bandar Seri Coalfields township, which is away from the hustle and bustle of the city but still close to many amenities.
KL Metropolis is a 75.5-acre mixed development that is envisioned to be the International Trade and Exhibition District for Kuala Lumpur. It aims to integrate trade, commerce, living, and transport, in one bustling hub. It has a gross development value (GDV) of RM20 billion.
Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd, the property arm of Naza Group, is spearheading the development of KL Metropolis. KL Metropolis is built on four key concepts:
- Create a dedicated hub to enhance the country’s position as the preferred business tourism destination in the region
- Create a conducive environment where local and foreign businesses connect to shape collaborations and partnerships
- Build a world-class environment for working, living and businesses
- Create a sustainable development through environmental efficiency and pedestrian transit connectivity
Naza TTDI said these components will transform the project into an integrated hub where retail, trade, residences and play co-exist as they are developed into state-of-the-art office towers, Grade A residential towers, a lifestyle mall, and world-class hotels.
The first component is the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC), which opened in 2017. MITEC, Malaysia’s largest exhibition centre, plays host to numerous upscale international events and concerts. The 1.5 million sq ft built-up space is able to host a maximum of 48,000 visitors at any one time.
The 8 precincts in KL Metropolis are MET 1, MET 2, MET 3, MET 5, MET 6, MET 7, MET 8, and MET 9. Two of the precincts will be jointly developed with partners; Met 5 with Hap Seng Land Sdn Bhd, and Met 8 with Triterra Metropolis Sdn Bhd respectively.
Another joint venture within KL Metropolis is Arte Mont’Kiara with Nusmetro Property Sdn Bhd. The RM1.2 billion project features 3 towers comprising simplex and duplex suites, and serviced residences.
KL Metropolis will also have 5 acres of urban parks and recreational facilities. It will be integrated to other KL Metropolis’ developments via pedestrian walkaways. The facilities include:
- Dry and wet playground
- Jogging park
- Therapeutic garden
- Picnic mound
- Dry fountain
- Office towers
- Residential towers
- Lifestyle malls
Land Title: Commercial
Sales Gallery: Level 30, KL Metropolis Show Gallery, Naza Tower, Platinum Park,
Persiaran KLCC, 50450 Kuala Lumpur.
- Met Galleria: 80,000 sq ft of net lettable area (NLA)
- Met 1 Residences: 677 sq ft – 1,613 sq ft
- Somerset KL Metropolis: 549 sq ft, 847 sq ft, and 968 sq ft
- The Met Corporate Towers: 818 sq ft – 16,104 sq ft
Facilities: Metropolis park
- PropertyGuru Asia Awards – Highly commended for Best Condo Development (Klang Valley) for MET1 Residences
- Property Insight Prestigious Developer Award 2018 (PIPDA) – Best Sustainable Community Development for KL Metropolis
Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC) is the first component and the flagship of KL Metropolis, a city within a city where trade, commerce, living and transport converge over 75.5 acres of an integrated development within the Kuala Lumpur’s International Trade and Exhibition District. Other developments that have been announced for KL Metropolis are as follows.
Naza TTDI launched Met Galleria, the first retail component for KL Metropolis, in July 2018. The RM160 million project is an international retail lifestyle gallery in a modern colonial setting that embodies elements of quality and sophistication in its design.
It has more than 80,000 sq ft of net lettable area (NLA). The Met 1 project, including Met Galleria, is expected to be completed in the second half of 2021. The KL Metropolis community can also look forward to other retail options, such as a lifestyle mall in MET 3, after the completion of Met Galleria.
The MET Corporate Towers
This is the first Grade A stratified corporate office towers in KL Metropolis, with 2 towers standing at 30 and 42 floors respectively, on 2.47 acres. The 42-storey Tower A houses 356 office suites, while the 30-storey Tower B offers 132 offices.
Offices in The MET Corporate Towers are priced from RM1,000 psf to RM1,050 psf. Tower A will have offices that range from 818 sq ft to 16,104 sq ft, while Tower B will have offices that range from 915 sq ft to 2,368 sq ft. The MET Corporate Towers are expected to be completed in 2021.
Met 1 Residences
Naza TTDI is constructing the luxurious MET 1 Residences with sustainable architecture and pockets of lush greenery for residents to enjoy. MET 1 Residences, with 616 units, is targeted for completion by the second quarter of 2021. With built-up areas from 677 to 1,613 sq ft, residents of MET 1 Residences will have direct access to Met Galleria.
Somerset KL Metropolis
The developer has also partnered with international lodging owner-operator Ascott Ltd, for a 262-unit high-end serviced apartment building in KL Metropolis, which has a gross development value (GDV) of RM333 million. Somerset KL Metropolis will offer built-up areas of 549 sq ft, 847 sq ft, and 968 sq ft. It is part of the MET 1 integrated development, which is expected to play an important role as a key area of growth in the business tourism sector. Somerset KL Metropolis is slated to open in 2022.
The RM3.8 billion KL Midtown project within KL Metropolis reached a new milestone with the entry of Kuala Lumpur’s first Hyatt Regency Hotel. The hotel is designed by acclaimed Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma. KL Midtown is a 70:30 joint venture between Hap Seng Consolidated Bhd and Naza TTDI Sdn Bhd. The Hyatt Regency Kuala Lumpur is slated to be completed in 2024.
Components of KL Metropolis
MET 1: 2 blocks of office towers, 1 block of serviced residences and a retail mall (launched in 2017). MET 1 has a GDV of RM1.3 billion.
MET 2: Strata office with a 4-star hotel
MET 3: Lifestyle mall with the Naza Signature Tower, a luxury condominium, a 5-star hotel, and Grade A office towers
MET 5: Podium retail, office tower, residential tower, hotel and serviced residential tower (launched in 2018, in partnership with Hap Seng)
MET 6: Grade A office towers
MET 7: Wellness suites
MET 8: 2 blocks of strata office towers – launched in 2017, in partnership with Triterra Group)
MET 9: 6-star hotel
Arte Mont Kiara: Serviced residences – launched in 2015
Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre: Opened in 2017
KL Metropolis is strategically located in the northern suburb of Kuala Lumpur. It is about 7km from the Kuala Lumpur city centre (KLCC), and is accessible via major highways and road.
The development is also flanked by thriving residential and retail hotspots of upscale neighbourhoods, including:
- 3km – Mont Kiara, Hartamas, Bukit Tunku
- 7km – KL city centre
- 8km – Bukit Kiara, KL Sentral
- 10km – Bukit Damansara, Bangsar
- 16km – Petaling Jaya
- 70km – KLIA
- Duta–Ulu Klang Expressway (DUKE)
- Proposed direct link from DUKE
- New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE)
- Sprint Expressway
- Penchala Link
- Jalan Kuching
- Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim
- Feeder bus links KTM Segambut with MRT 1 Station, Publika Mall, KL Sentral, MITEC, and Hentian Duta
- MRT Line 3 (Upcoming)
- Jalan Duta Bus Terminal
- SMK Kiaramas
- SJK (C) Khai Chee
- SMK Segambut
- Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas
- Garden International School
- Mont Kiara International School
- Lycee Francais Kuala Lumpur (LFKL)
- Global Doctors Mont’ Kiara
- Prince Court Medical Centre
- Gleneagles Kuala Lumpur
- Publika Shopping Gallery
- Solaris Mont Kiara
- 1 Mont Kiara
- Hartamas Shopping Centre
- Met Galleria (Upcoming)
- Lifestyle Mall (Upcoming)
- TPC Kuala Lumpur (Formerly KLGCC)
- Bukit Kiara Equestrian & Country Club
- Matrade Convention Centre
- Malaysia International Trade & Exhibition Centre (MITEC)
- Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI)
- Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE)
To encourage residents and users to walk more within the project, partial air-conditioned walkways, including elevated and subterranean walkways, will be built. A proposed MRT Line 3 station is also likely to be constructed in the area. Naza TTDI is working with the government to identify a site for the station.
KL Metropolis is expected to play an important role as a key area of growth in the business tourism sector, especially in the Klang Valley. MITEC is intended to be the most comprehensive MICE (meetings, incentives, conferencing, and exhibitions) destination.
Hyatt Regency’s presence together with other upcoming hotels would bring added value to the country’s largest exhibition and event space, MITEC.
KL Metropolis will be a place to work, live and play, and also a new ecosystem to grow, connect, and thrive. The master plan of KL Metropolis is designed to emphasise greenscapes with cafes, bikeways, imaginative landscaping, and cultural attractions.
The developer expects future residents, retailers, visitors, and institutions to be attracted to KL Metropolis by a confluence of public amenities and ease of connectivity.