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Set to become a retail magnet for both the local and foreign investors, the M101 series of buildings in the heart of Kuala Lumpur are set to be a must-visit destination with its interesting concept.
The M101 SkyWheel is welcoming the 1st in Asia Planet Hollywood Suites 220m above ground.
Further to that, it is to be an ‘all-in-one’ integrated commercial and retail development that are combined into a single dynamic location SoFos (small offices/flexible offices) features, living space, an impressive sky retail (the world’s highest shopping experience), an impressive skyline view of KL, lifestyle amenities and 200 rooms, managed by Sirocco Hospitality Group, to accommodate guests.
M101 had first introduced RED by Sirocco (previously known as M101 Dang Wangi), followed by M101 Bukit Bintang and in February 2017, the M101 Skywheel design by Studio F. A. Porsche along Jalan Raja Muda Abdul Aziz.
Located in the most strategic and well-connected areas of the city centre, the M101 Skywheel which includes easy access to the MRT Station will sum up a total gross development value of RM2.2 billion. M101 Skywheel is pegged for completion in 2022.
About M101 SkyWheel
Phase one of M101 Skywheel Kuala Lumpur, comprising 1,000 units, was 80% sold at official launch in Feb 2017. Together with the enbloc sale of RM100 million with the seven top agencies in Indonesia, M101 Skywheel signed and returned over 60% of the sales and purchase agreement valued over RM400 million on the day of the launch.
It is a freehold landmark in KL City with more than 70 floors for the taking and is within walking distance to the underground MRT second line at Station 15.
M101 Skywheel is said to be the future iconic attraction development around the KLCC area.
It is designed by Germany-Austrian company Studio FA Porsche Design which also incorporates landscape design by Gardening World Cup winner INSCAPE in Japan.
The Skywheel Ferris wheel will be situated on the 53rd floor and a first Sky Lifestyle Experience to be constructed on the 50th – 52nd floor, which is the highest in Malaysia.
Project title : M101 Skywheel
Developed by : M101 Holdings Sdn Bhd
Type : Mixed commercial development
Land tenure : Freehold
- F&B Retails (Level Ground -1) comprising of 2 floors
- Tower A comprising of 612 units
- Tower B comprising of 470 units
- Car park comprising of 11 floors
- Planet Hollywood Suites comprising of 24 floors
- Sky retails comprising of 3 floors
- Design Suites by Studio F. A. Porsche comprising of 94 units
The Sky Ferris Wheel spans 60 meters on the 53rd floor and will become a venue for private parties and dining spaces
Easy access to newly proposed Kg. Baru North MRT Station
Unit sizes : Starts from 400sq ft onwards
The M101 Skywheel is earmarked for completion in 2022.
Its first phase comes with low entry of early bird package. It initially started with price as low as RM544,000, but once it is launched, the price would be set to increase, thereon.
M101 Skywheel has received much interest from many foreign investors, which means that the company has achieved their value positioning for the M101 project series.
The Sky Ferris-Wheel will be 60-metres high and be placed on the 53rd floor making it the most eminent wheel in Malaysia, and the tallest in world.
It is designed and built by the same designer as London Eye and Singapore Flyer. It is said to have a view of the entire Kuala Lumpur like no other.
The Singapore Flyer has an overall height of 165 metres and was the world’s tallest big wheel until Las Vegas Strip opened High Roller in 2014 at the height of 167.6 metres.
The Sky Ferris Wheel sits on the Top of the 53rd floor of M101 Skywheel and when completed, will provide viewers an astonishing 220m above ground vantage point, the highest in the world.
The living quarters begin from the 13th floor right up to the 46th floor and the hotels suites would be situated on one of the towers of M101 Skywheel.
RED By Sirocco
A freehold project, RED by Sirocco is spread across 11,500 sq ft of land and comprises of 12 storeys SOFOs as well as 4 storeys of retail units.
According to Dato’ Seth Yap, CEO of M101 , a majority of the purchasers who have bought units came from Taiwan, Japan and Singapore. The project is completed and is currently being operation by M101’s hospitality arm, Sirocco Hospitality Group,as RED by Sirocco, Kuala Lumpur hotel.
RED by Sirocco is one of the most sought-after addresses that provide modern residential living. The concept behind the development is a balance of luxurious living with an affluent, urban backdrop.
RED by Sirocco’s interior and surroundings are meant to provide residents with a five-star hotel experience the minute they set foot inside the building. The exquisitely-designed, light-filled grand lobby is a unique selling point for this one.
Its rooms come fully-furnished with luxurious interiors, including a frameless tempered glass shower cubicle, mini bar pantry with coffee-making station, and a Chinese tea set, framed mirrors and modern amenities such as a USB dock radio clock and a LED TV with IPTV.
Project title : RED by Sirocco (previously known as M101 Dang Wangi)
Address: Jalan Kamunting, Off Jalan Dang Wangi, 50100 Kuala Lumpur
Type: Commercial Retail & SoFo
No. of Blocks: 1
No. of Storey: 25
No. of Units: 156
No. of Bedrooms: 1
No. of Bathrooms: 1
Built-up: 400 sf – 481 sf
Type A : 400 sf, 1 room + 1 bathroom
Type B : 471 sf, 1 room + 1 bathroom
Type C : 480 sf, 1 room + 1 bathroom
Maintenance Fee: RM0.50 psf
Launch Price: From RM544,000
- Infinity pool
- High-tech automated parking system
- 24-hour security service
- 5-star lobby and reception
- Multipurpose hall
- Retail shops
- Keyless access card system
Completion date: 2017
M101 Bukit Bintang
With the area under the auspices of economic transformation, M101 Bukit Bintang will become an integral part of Bukit Bintang itself. The area functions as one of the key parts of the Greater KL economic district in the Malaysia of tomorrow.
The development of the upcoming Tun Razak Exchange will form the new apex of the Golden Triangle, and M101 Bukit Bintang sits right there at its doorstep.
Even while enjoying the cocooning privacy of this sanctuary, one is but a few steps away from accessing the city proper and the surrounding suburbs and areas. Having 4 LRT and monorail stations and other public transportation facilities almost right next to the M101 Bukit Bintang means that owners of this project are never too far away from the best things KL has to offer.
The location is prime with its close proximity to landmark shopping areas such as Pavilion, Suria KLCC, Starhill Gallery, Berjaya Times Square and Sungei Wang.
M101 Bukit Bintang proves to be amongst the most desired addresses in the city. Its location within the Bukit Bintang Golden Triangle (BBGT) region puts M101 Bukit Bintang in the midst of a cornucopia of retail and commercial outlets that cater to every need and want imaginable.
Upon its completion, M101 Bukit Bintang will be turned into the first Monopoly-themed hotel in the world, the Monopoly Mansion. The hotel will also be by managed by M101’s hospitality arm, Sirocco Hospitality Group Sdn Bhd (Sirocco). Featuring 255 rooms, 14 floors, Grand Ballroom, Meeting Rooms, Swimming Pool, Gym, Spa, Sky Lounge, Restaurant and Coffee House, which all of it will have a 1920s style to it.
Project title : M101 Bukit Bintang
Location : Bukit Bintang
Gross development value : Approximately RM 330 million
Launch date: Mid-2014
Land area: 24,907 sq ft
Land tenure : 99 Year Lease
About the units (basic project details):
Built-up area & Price
SOFO : 407 – 1181sqf (from RM988,000)
Duplex Retail : 830 – 2480sqf (from RM 3,190,000 – RM 6,630,000)
Sky Retail : 982 – 2138sqf (from RM 3,300,000 – RM 6,390,000)
Facilities: Infinite Swimming Pool, Gymnasium
Security features : Access Card Lift
M101 is one of the most dynamic development companies established to build and invest in sustainable projects in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. With the tagline; Built To Stay, the Company promises to provide enduring values to the properties built.
The name M101 was inspired by the location of Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia which is located along the longitude of 101 degrees, east of the prime meridian. M101 believes in the long-term potential of this thriving city and is committed to play an active role as a private sector towards driving Malaysia to achieve Vision 2020. The Company aims to elevate the Malaysia property scene to the next level by building new iconic landmarks in the heart of Kuala Lumpur that will redefine the tourism industry.
The location of M101 Skywheel is along Jalan Raja Muda Abdul Aziz, which is just beside Jalan Tun Razak where some of the most iconic buildings such as the National Library, the National Art Gallery, the National Blood Centre and the National Heart Institution (IJN), among others are located.
M101 Skywheel is 76 storeys high and will overlook a panoramic skyline consisting of the Petronas Twin Towers and the City’s Golden Triangle while the living quarters that are going for sale for residential purposes will begin from the 13th floor to the 46th floor.
In order to get to the project site for the Skywheel, you may try and find the Malay restaurant called Dapur Matahari at this address: Wisma Awal, 171, Jalan Raja Muda Abdul Aziz, Kampung Baru, 50300, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
RED By Sirocco
The RED by Sirocco is an integrated development which consists of a hotel, retail and SoFo components, will be located at Jalan Kamunting, Dang Wangi, in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.
It has a total gross development value (GDV) of RM100 million.
M101 Bukit Bintang
M101 Bukit Bintang is located within the Bukit Bintang Golden Triangle (BBGT) together with the government’s Greater KL projects like the Tun Razak Exchange and the country’s new tallest building Menara Warisan.
This renders M101 Bukit Bintang to be surrounded by a cornucopia of commercial retail and SoFos that cater to every whim imaginable.
Socialites and the everyman alike consider BBGT the foremost stomping ground in the city, dotted with places where nightlife flourishes – from the delicious hawker food along Jalan Alor to swanky nightclubs and stores riddling the sides of Changkat Bukit Bintang and Pudu areas.
Here is the comparison between the three recent projects by M101 Holdings in terms of the price range and the property types.
|Project title||Tenure/Land Title||Price estimation||Types||Built-up areas|
|RED By Sirocco||Freehold Condomnium||RM 560K onwards||Condominium units||400sf – 481sf|
|M101 Bukit Bintang||Leasehold||RM 602K – RM6.4mil||SoFo, Duplex, Sky Retail||407sf – 2138sf|
|M101 SkyWheel||Freehold||RM544,000 onwards||SoHo, Luxury residence, hotel and retail units||400 sq ft onwards|
When M101 Holdings appeared in the property scene and brazenly positioned themselves with the objective of ‘Redefining the Skyline of Kuala Lumpur’, naturally people would want to get to know the background of the developer.
It is good to see that the development company, despite its young history, is being led by senior property advisors in the industry.
With such a massive project in the pipeline to further spur the country to the fore, we were keen to find out what they have got to offer and be part of the deal.
In essence, these 10 buildings will be located across the city bearing tall towers of over 50 floors with units at a minimum size of 400sf, starting with the price of approximately RM500,000. Now, the average market would be able to partake and be the owner of a property in one of the main leading countries of ASEAN.
To this end, M101 has pledged RM10 million from its 10 developments in the next five years to drive property tourism in Malaysia. M101 expects this bold initiative to chalk up RM75 million in international tourism receipts.
Due to the special partnership that has been struck between M101 Holdings and the Ministry of Tourism of Malaysia, the development of all 10 buildings that would be known as the modern ‘Definer’ of Kuala Lumpur skyline, are going to be the focus of the region as we head for Vision 2020 in this exciting journey.